Africa South of the Sahara: Selected Internet Resources This site is a directory of African resources which covers many topics including: Current Events/News (including African newspapers), Art, Culture, Education, History, Maps, Music, Politics, Religion, Travel, and more. Country information is also included, as is regional information for Central, East, Southern and West Africa.
Subject: History--History by Region--North American History--United States History--African-American History
Ancient Aztec, Olmec, and Mesoamerica - by History Link 101
Information on these ancient civilizations, compiled by an American world history teacher. Includes images, maps, and information on daily life and art. Useful for general interest, teachers and students.
Subject: History--History by Region--North American History--Mexican History; History--History by Region--North American History--Central American History
This site dedicates itself to "Exploring the historical, political, social, economic, and cultural elements and issues that make up today's Asian American community,
Subject: History--History by Region--North American History--United States History; Ethnicity, Culture, and Race--Asian & Pacific/Asian-American
This site is an online resource developed by the Asia Society to meet the need for timely, reliable, unbiased information and assistance regarding the cultural, economic, social, historical, and political dimensions of Asia.
Subject: History--History by Region--Asian History; Ethnicity, Culture, and Race--Asian & Pacific/Asian-American
Britain Express this site is one of the largest non-government sources of information about the United Kingdom from ancient to modern history.
Subject: History--History by Region--European History--Prehistoric Europe; Archaeology
China and Europe (1500 – 2000 and Beyond This site produced by Asia for Educators, Columbia University discusses history between China and Europe from 1500 to 2000.
Subject: History--History by Region--Asian History--Chinese History
This site hosted by the History Channel contains short videos and articles on American and World History.
Subject: History--History by Region
The History of the Jewish People
This site provides a general overview of the history of Jewish people, beginning in 69 CE with a general picture of the world at different times and its impact on Jewish history.”
Subject: Ethnicity, Culture, and Race--Jewish; Religion & Theology--Faiths & Denominations--Judaism
The Holocaust Chronicle
This website contains every word and a generous selection of images from the companion book of the same title. It contains a wealth of images; generous, fact-filled captions; hundreds of sidebar essays focusing on significant people, events, and issues; dozens of useful maps; and an exclusive timeline of Holocaust-related events spanning the years 1000 B.C. through 1999.
Subject: Ethnicity, Culture, and Race--Jewish; History--History by Region--European History--World War II
Kamat's Potpourri: The History, Mystery, and Diversity of India
This site is a large searchable archive of documents, pictures, articles, and citations on the history, mystery, and diversity of India; includes a section on Gandhi, a photo archive and interesting trivia on the Indian subcontinent.
Subject: Asia--India; History--History by Region--Asian History--Indian History; Ethnicity, Culture, and Race--Asian & Pacific/Asian-American
MacroHistory: World History
Essays, maps, and book excerpts on world history from antiquity to the present. Includes a bibliography and recommended books for most essays.
Medieval English Towns
This site contains historical information about English cities and towns in the Middle Ages, with emphasis on medieval boroughs of East Anglia and on social, political and constitutional history. Includes primary material.
Subject: History--History by Region--European History--Middle Ages (Medieval); Political Science--Documents--Historical Documents
Mesoweb: An Exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures
This site contains links and articles devoted to ancient Mesoamerica and its cultures: the Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacano, Zapotec, Mixtec, Toltec, Aztec and others. Also contains links for cultures in Peru.
Subject: History--History by Region--North American History--Mexican History; History--History by Region--North American History--Central American History; History--History by Region--South American History; Anthropology; Archaeology
The National Archives Virtual Museum
The Virtual Museum of the PRO (The Public Record Office is the national archive of England, Wales and the United Kingdom) provides a showcase for some of the treasures at the PRO.It also includes a host of landmark documents from the past 1000 years of British history.
Subject: History--History by Region--European History; History--History by Region--European History--Renaissance
Tiananmen Square, 1989: The Declassified History
A National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book containing documents detailing "U.S. government accounts of the infamous military assault by the Chinese government on pro-democracy demonstrators in and around Tiananmen Square in Beijing in June 1989."
Subject: Political Science--Documents; Government--US Federal Government; History--History by Region--Asian History--Chinese History;
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
This site contains more than 270,000 records, including: Photos and albums—Images of life before, during, and after the Holocaust; Personal stories—Interviews, home movies, memoirs, and diaries; Films—Historical footage and contemporary films about the Holocaust.
History--History by Region--European History; Holocaust, 1933-1945; Holocaust, 1933-1945--Personal Narratives
World History Archives
This website has "documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective." Mof the documents are news articles gathered from Associated Press, Reuters, InterPress Services, and various left-wing news publications, and can be browsed by topic or geographic area.
Subject: History--History by Region
Worlds Intertwined: Greeks, Romans, and Etruscans
Virtual gallery from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Covers many aspects of ancient Etruscan, Greek and Roman life, including religion, trade and industry, domestic life, and death and burial.
Subject: History--History by Region--European History--Prehistoric Europe; Anthropology; History--History by Region--European History--Antiquity;