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A narrated exhibit of American and Japanese art illustrating Comodore Perry’s mission to Japan in 1853-54. The lengthy... see more

This American Memory site features a selection of Civil War maps, charts, atlases and sketchbooks. Users can search the... see more

Visitors can take an online tour of Hellenic Cullture. Museums, archaeological sites or monuments can be found by... see more

Essays on religion, religious movements and religious groups in America from Colonial times through the 20th century.... see more

This web site focuses on national popular political culture in antebellum America. It includes background articles on the... see more

This is not so much a unified website as a number of interlinked BBC history sites dealing with different aspects of... see more

This site is an authoritative information source on aspects of Kwame Nkrumah's life and works. It focuses primarily on... see more

A look at the Renaissance from the perspective of the Florentine princely house of the de Medicis based on a PBS... see more

Inspired by a video instructional series on Western civilization for college and high school classrooms, this... see more

A website created by the Fondation Napoleon, a charity. The site provides information on key dates in the lives of... see more

This website is the product of a six-year project at Kenyon College. Students studied the cultural effects of the... see more

This site features detailed text, maps and other images that describe the background and the events of this battle. Users... see more

The Royal Abbey of Fontevraud is located in the Loire Valley of central France. The abbey was chosen by Queen Eleanor of... see more

The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center offers an extensive variety of materials associated with the 19th President... see more

The Shays' Rebellion & the Making of a Nation: From Revolution to Constitution website was created by Springfield... see more

This self-taught course introduces students to South African politics and political history using internet-based... see more

In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of "Brown v. Board of Education," several educators put together this site to... see more

A virtual exhibition of 70 objects privately owned. The art includes examples of metalwork, netsuke, sagemono, lacquer,... see more

The Avalon Project will mount digital documents relevant to the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy... see more

This site, which notes that it is not a "rigourous academic site," tries to bring to life the peoples, cultures,... see more

An extensive annotated photographic record of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire is one of the features of this... see more

This interactive site uses the sensational 19th century ax murderer Lizzie Borden as a focus to teach students how to... see more

An overview of the Tudor period of England, this site, which is part of the Tudor History web ring, focuses primarily on... see more

Web site devoted to U.S. history with links to other sites, quizzes, and reference material.