Feature about war letters from the American Revolution to Desert Storm. Film description, transcript of letters, timeline, gallery, and teacher's guide.
Text of 47 treaties, speeches, historical accounts, and governmental documents from Eric the Red's c. 1000 description of Vinland to the Panama Convention of 1904.
Information and images on several important historical American documents including the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights.
Hypertext from the Revolution to Reconstruction project, University of Groningen.
Hypertext from the Journals of Congress (ed. 1800) at the Avalon Project.
Extensive collection of hypertext transcripts of historical documents, speeches, letters, and other source material pertaining to U.S. history.
One of the largest collections of American historical documents in private hands. The collection's holdings are strongest from 1760 through 1876.
Sells fully indexed, digitized version of Harper's Weekly, the preeminent news and literary journal of the last half of the 19th century.
Documents categorized by the following: Native American, Colonial, Revolutionary, Early Republic, 19th Century and 20th Century.
The Declaration of Independence, as it has been translated into different languages, and at different times. Compliments March 1999 Journal of American History roundtable discussion of the same title.
Michael Kocha's collection of thousands of historical newspaper articles, documents, and writings of America's past spanning more than 400 years. Available online by subscription.
Milestone documents of American history, presented by the National Archives and Records Administration.
Collection of legal documents, pamphlets, and books concerning slavery, slaves, and abolition.
Major documents collections from pre-18th century to present day. Includes Mexican-American diplomacy and US statutes concerning Native Americans and slavery.
Political journal archive, published from 1837-1859. Part of the Making of America e-text collection at Cornell University.
A Chronology of US Historical Documents from pre-Colonial to present day.
The project's mission is to honor America's veterans and active duty personnel by preserving their wartime letters and other written communications.
Library of Congress- "Representative documents spanning from the fifteenth century to the mid-twentieth century."
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