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An interactive site that has students browse reproductions of records and documents pertaining to two similar towns in... see more

This website has been produced by the Smithsonian Institution to highlight a major new exhibit on Viking exploration of... see more

Based on a case of a tragic assassination of character in an 18th century New England town, this interactive site seeks... see more

Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution provides an accessible and lively introduction to the... see more

An on-line curriculum guide that explains the development of maritime technologies and the principal voyages from ancient... see more

A complex and highly detailed virtual tour of 18th century Edo (now Tokyo) using traditional Japanese woodblock prints to... see more

A website designed to help undergraduates use internet (and printed) resources in researching and writing history papers... see more

A sophisticated web site on the history and impact of the Mongols. Separate pages deal with such topics as the nature of... see more

A well done general site on one of traditional China's major epochs, the Song dynasty era. This site covers the economic... see more

The Labyrinth provides free, organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World Wide Web server... see more

This is a companion website to a PBS TV series of the same name. The website explores the political, social, military,... see more

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

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

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

An archive of documents from World War I that is international in focus and intends to present in one location key... see more

Based upon an exhibition of posters at the German Historical Museum, this sites explores the propaganda techniques and... see more

This French language website provides a wide range of general materials on the French Revolution of 1789. In addition to... see more

This site presents a collection of materials on British cultural history in the Victorian period with a focus on the... see more

This website was designed as a guide to a PBS series on Napoleon. It is probably most useful to teachers, as it contains... see more

Based on a rare book exhibit at the Canadian National Library, this site presents an account of the the human side of the... see more

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