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The 150th anniversary of the organization of the Congregational church in Columbia, Conn., October 24th, 1866 : Historical papers, addresses, with appendix

1725--Third semi-centennial of Concord--1875 : A discourse on the growth and development of Concord, N. H., in the last fifty years; being the third semi-centennial.

19th century schoolbooks

Abstract: Includes digitized versions of 30 nineteenth century textbooks from the Nietz Old Textbook Collection. Allows users to page through the books as they would with hard copies. There's a table of content for each book including a bookmarkable URL and a bibliographic citation from which one can proceed to chapters and skip to the pictures Boolean and simple searching are provided.

[1st]-12th annual report of the United States Geological and geographical survey of the territories ...

The A B C of finance : or, The money and labor questions familiarly explained to common people, in short and easy lessons.

Abaddon, and Mahanaim : or, Daemons and guardian angels. ...

The abolition of slavery the right of the government under the war power

Abolitionism unveiled : or, Its origin, progress, & pernicious tendency fully developed.

Abraham Lincoln : A memorial discourse,

Abraham Lincoln. An Horatian ode [electronic text]

Abraham Lincoln: his life and public services

Abridgment of mental philosophy, including the three departments of the intellect, sensibilities, and will : Designed as a text-book for academies and high schools.

Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856

Abstract of a new method to analyze the English language and literature ...

Abstract of the history of Lexington, Mass.

Abstract of the Proceedings of the Boards of supervisors of the county of Chautauqua, from its organization to the year 1867 inclusive. Together with a brief historical sketch of the earlier boards and their members : also, a list of county officers, the vote of the several towns, at each presidential election, etc. compiled ... to 1820 ...

Abstracted Indian trust bonds ... : Report ... [and Supplemental report]

Acadia, or, A month with blue noses

The Acadian exiles, or French neutrals, in Pennsylvania : To which is appended A relation of their misfortunes,

An account of some of the principal slave insurrections : and others, which have occurred, or been attempted, in the United States and elsewhere, during the last two centuries. With various remarks. Collected from various sources

An account of the aboriginal inhabitants of the Californian Peninsula

Account of the centennial celebration of the town of West Springfield, Mass., Wednesday, March 25th, 1874 : with the historical address of Thomas E. Vermilye ... the poem of Mrs. Ellen P. Champion, and other facts and speeche

An account of the churches in Rhode-Island : presented at an adjourned session of the twenty-eighth annual meeting of the Rhode-Island Baptist state convention, Providence, November 8, 1853

Account of the Fund for the Relief of East Tennessee : with complete list of the contributors

An account of the iron railway bridge across the Mississippi River at Quiney, Illinois

An account of the manners of the German inhabitants of Pennsylvania

An account of the organization and progress of the Museum of comparative zoology at Harvard college

An account of the organization & proceedings of the Battle of Lake Erie monument association : And celebration of the 45th anniversary of the battle of Lake Erie, at Put-in-Bay Island, on September tenth, 1858

Account of the poor fund and other charities held in trust by the Old South society, city of Boston : with copies of original papers relative to the charities and to the late trial before the Supreme Court of Massachusetts in 1867 /

An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony ... at the Presidential election in Nov., 1872...

An account of the proceedings preliminary to the organization of the Massachusetts institute of technology

An account of the Smithsonian institution

Acquisition of Cuba

Across America and Asia

Across the continent : a summer's journey to the Rocky Mountains, the Mormons, and the Pacific States, with Speaker Colfax,

The act authorizing the formation of corporations for manufacturing, mining, mechanical, and chemical purposes : Passed February 17, 1848. With the amendments, passed February 7, 1851 ... [to] April 6, 1865. To which are added notes, forms and an index

An act for reversing the attainder of Jacob Leisler and others

The act of incorporation and the by-laws

An act providing a charter for the city of Richmond, approved May 24, 1870, as amended by acts approved July 11, 1870 March 29, 1871, & March 29, 1873

An act to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages

An act to reorganize the local government of the city of New York, passed April 30, 1873, as amended : with an appendix containing the supplementary acts passed since the year 1873

The action and classification of medicine in connection with the anatomy of temperament

The actress in high life : an episode in winter quarters ...

Acts and joint resolutions of the General assembly of the state of South Carolina : passed at the regular session of 1871-'72.

Acts of Congress relating to loans and the currency, from 1841 to 1872 inclusive

The Acts of the apostles explained

The Acts of the apostles

Acts of the General assembly of the state of Virginia : Passed at the extra session, commenced Dec. 4, 1862, in the 87th year of the Commonwealth

Ad clerum : advices to a young preacher. ...

Adam and his times

Adam Bede

Adam's new arithmetic-

Additional estimate for Fort Kearney, South Pass, and Honey Lake wagon road : Letter from the acting Secretary of the Interior, transmitting a communication from Colonel Lander ...

Additional general regulations under the revenue and collection laws of the United States

Additional memoirs of my youth

Address before the alumni of Bowdoin college...

Address before the American association for the advancement of science

Address before the Phi Beta Kappa at Yale college, July 26, 1854

Address by Hon. Wm. J. McAlpine before the Chamber of commerce, at the Cooper union, on the extent of the products of the food-producing interior of the United States : The channels of transport to market: their relative capacity and economy: what improvements or new routes may be made to increase and cheapen transport, and how these may be made conducive to the interests of the merchants and citizens of New York city, May 8th, 1873

Address commemorative of Rufus Choate

An address delivered at Cambridge before the society of the Phi beta kappa

An address delivered at the annual commencement of the State University of Iowa, June 21st, 1867

An address delivered at the annual meeting of the Historical society of Pennsylvania

An address delivered at the consecration of Evergreen cemetry, Brighton, Wednesday, August 7, 1850

An address delivered at the inauguration of the author as president of Dartmouth college...

An address delivered at the Music Hall on the evening of Fast Day, 7 April, 1859 : Before the Young Men's Christian Association of Boston

An address delivered before the Association of the alumni of Harvard college

An address delivered before the Association of the alumni of Harvard college

An address, delivered before the Boston young men's Christian association, on the occasion of their first anniversary, in Park street church, Boston, Tuesday evening, May 25, 1852

Address delivered before the literary societies of the University of Virginia, on the 28th June, 1855

An address delivered before the New-York historical society : at the celebration of its seventy-second anniversary, Tuesday, December 19, 1876.

An address delivered before the St. Louis Mercantile Library Association, January 6th, 1872, upon the thermal paths to the Pole, the currents of the ocean, and the influence of the latter upon the climates of the world

Address delivered by Hon. Henry H. Crapo, governor of Michigan, before the Central Michigan agricultural society : at their sheep-shearing exhibition, held at the Agricultural college farm, on Thursday, May 24th, 1866

An address delivered by Rev. E. Benjamin Andrews

An address delivered in the First parish, Beverly

Address, delivered October 2d, 1851 : at the tenth annual exhibition of the Queens County agricultural society, at Jamaica, L.I.,

Address delivered on the centennial anniversary of the birth of Alexander von Humboldt : under the auspices of the Boston society of natural history,

Address illustrative of the nature and power of the slave states, and the duties of the free states : delivered at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Quincy, Mass., on ... June 5, 1856.

An address in behalf of the Society for the promotion of collegiate and theological education at the West : Delivered at its tenth anniversary, in Worcester, Massachusetts, October 26th, 1853. c By Rev. Joseph F. Tuttle

An address, in commemoration of the completion of the first free bridge! across the Connecticut River : Together with a report of the proceedings and remarks of Dr. Bournes, Dr. Crosby, Prof. Patterson, and Wm. H. Duncan, July 1st, 1859

Address of citizens of Louisiana to the people of the United States

Address of Nathaniel Burt

Address of the Alumni of the University of Michigan, to the people of the state of Michigan

The address of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, in vindication of the policy of the framers of the Constitution and the principles of the Republican party : delivered at Cooper Institute, February 27th, 1860,

Address of the Hon. I. P. Christiancy to the graduating class of the Law department of the Michigan university : Delivered March 28, 1860

Address of the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, at the annual fair of the New York state agricultural society

Address of the managers ... to its auxiliaries, members and friends, in regard to a general supply of the United States with the Sacred Scriptures

Address of the Republican central committee of Ingham County

Address of the Washington national monument society to the people of the United States : with an appendix, containing proceedings of the society at the inauguration meeting of 22d March, 1859; report of the select committee of the House of representatives appointed to consider the memorial of the society, made on the 22d February, 1855; and the charter of the society

An address on Congregationalism as affected by the Declarations of the Advisory Council held in Brooklyn, N.Y., February, 1876

Address on progressive agriculture, and industrial education : delivered before the Mississippi agricultural and mechanical fair association, at Jackson, November 14th, 1872,

An address on Success in business

Address on the acquisition of California by the United States

Address on the culture demanded by the age

Address, on the duty of the slave states in the present crisis

An address on the life and character of Parker Cleaveland

Address on the life and character of William Smyth, D. D. : late professor of mathematics and natural philosophy in Bowdoin college; delivered before the alumni of the college, July 7, 1868,

An address on the life, character and services of William Henry Seward

An address on the limits of education

An address on the propriety of continuing the state Geological survey of California

Address on the scientific life and labors of William C. Redfield, A. M.

An address pronounced in the Representatives' hall, Montpelier, 24th October, 1850 : before the Vermont historical society, in the presence of both houses of the General assembly ...

Address to the first graduating class of Rutgers female college : delivered ... June 2d, 1867.

Address to the government of the United States upon the merits of Pirsson's patent steam condenser

Address to the House of representatives of the Hawaiian kingdom

Address to the president and directors of the Baltimore and Ohio rail road company

Address to the soldiers of Ohio

Address [upon agricultural education] : delivered before the N.Y. State agricultural society...October 8, 1858

An address upon the co-education of the sexes

Address

An address...delivered before the Peithessophian and Philoclean societies of Rutgers college...Delivered and published at the request of the Peithessophian society

Addresses and other exercises at the inauguration of Alexander Winchell as chancellor of the Syracuse university, Thursday, Feb. 13, 1873

Addresses and speeches on various occasions

Addresses at the inauguration of Allen R. Benton, as chancellor of the University of Nebraska. Wednesday, September 6, 1871 : For the University

Addresses at the inauguration of Charles William Eliot, presidentof Harvard College, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 1869

Addresses at the inauguration of Professor Noah Porter...

Addresses at the inauguration of Thomas Hill

Addresses at the induction of Rev. Francis L. Patton into "the Cyrus H. McCormick professorship of didactic and polemic theology," in the Presbyterian theological seminary of the North-west ...

Addresses delivered before the Vermont historical society, in the representatives' hall, Montpelier, October 16, 1866 : Pub. by order of the General assembly

Addresses of Hon. I. A. Lapham, LL : D., and Hon. Edward Salomon,

Addresses of the newly-appointed professors of Columbia college

Addresses on the death of hon. Edward D. Baker, delivered in the Senate and House of representatives, on Wednesday, December 11, 1861 [and Friday, January 22, 1862]

Addresses on the death of Hon. Jacob Collamer : delivered in the Senate and House of representatives, on Thursday, December 14, 1865

Addresses on the death of Hon. James A. Pearce : delivered in the Senate and House of representatives, on Tuesday, January 13, 1863

Addresses on the death of Hon. T. H. Hicks, delivered in the Senate and house of representatives, on Wednesday, February 15, 1865

Addresses on the occasion of the inauguration of Rev. Charles Henry Fowler, D. D., as president of the Northwestern university, June 26, 1873

Addresses on the presentation of the sword of Gen. Andrew Jackson to the Congress of the United States : delivered in the Senate and House of representatives, February 26, 1855

The Adirondack : or, Life in the woods.

The Adirondack : or, Life in the woods.

Admetus, & other poems

Admission of Kansas

Advanced education : the relations of the national and state governments to advanced education /

Adventures and achievements of Americans : a series of narratives illustrating their heroism, self-reliance, genius and enterprise.

Adventures and observations on the west coast of Africa, and its islands : Historical and descriptive sketches of Madeira, Canary, Biafra, and Cape Verd islands; their climates, inhabitants, and productions. Accounts of places, peoples, customs, trade, missionary operations, etc., etc., on that part of the African coast lying between Tangier, Morocco, and Benguela,

Adventures in the wilderness : or, camp-life in the Adirondacks,

Adventures in the wilds of the United States and British American provinces

Adventures of a deaf-mute

The adventures of a roving diplomatist

The adventures of Big-Foot Wallace, the Texas Ranger and hunter

The adventures of Hernan Cortes ...

The adventures of Mr. Verdant Green

The adventures of Oliver Twist

The adventures of Philip on his way through the world : showing who robbed him, who helped him, and who passed him by.

The adventures of the Chevalier de La Salle and his companions : in their explorations of the prairies, forests, lakes, and rivers, of the New world, and their interviews with the savage tribes, two hundred years ago

Aesop's fables : a new version, chiefly from original sources.

Afar pastoralists face consequences of poor rains : rapid assessment mission: 19 - 24 April 2000

Abstract: This report from the UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia focuses on the current and possible future consequences of recent drought-like conditions in the Afar region in Northeastern Ethiopia. The report examines the current conditions, exacerbated by disease and displacement of individuals as a result of the war with neighboring Eritrea, and makes some recommendations for UN action. Also included here are "annexes" that provide a bibliography of related reports and studies as well as contact information for non-governmental organizations involved in the region.



Abstract: This material "represents preliminary drafts of three chapters of the unpublished volume on Afghanistan in the Federal Research Division's Area Handbook/Country Studies Series." There is an historical overview from Pre-Islamic through the Soviet intervention period; an overview of the Afghan natural and social environment that includes discussion of ethnic groups, religion, education, health, and refugees; and an analysis of the Taliban regime and opposition to it. Research completed 1997.






Abstract: Contains essays by well-known social scientists on the events of and following September 11. The site aims to "provide the public and academic community with a deeper level of analysis than can be found on Op-Ed pages or talk shows." Wide ranging in scope, essays are grouped into seven topic areas: Globalization, Fundamentalism(s), Terrorism and Democratic Virtues, Competing Narratives, New War?, New World Order?, and Recovery. The site is regularly updated with more material as well.









































Abstract: Primary documents available on the Web. Browse by time period, beginning with 1492 and continuing into current times. Includes inaugural addresses, diary extracts, treaties, letters, speeches, and more.











































































Abstract: Presents a collection of firsthand accounts of former American slaves who were interviewed by writers and journalists in a Works Progress Administration project from 1936 to 1938. Includes an annotated index, notes on the sources, and sound files. Links to related readings and to the home page of the American Studies Hypertexts collection at the University of Virginia.
















Abstract: this annual report focuses on human rights abuses in 152 countries and territories around the world and describes the suppression and violence that have withered and destroyed the lives of millions of people. Due to the September 11th attacks in the US, this year's report emphasizes the importance of "justice" rather than "revenge." In addition, the report also highlights the failures of human rights protection as well as the "indomitable courage and determination of human rights activists whatever the challenges they face - and the vital role they play in a world beset by poverty, war and repression." The report is divided into regional sections, and all sections of the report can be downloaded as a printer friendly Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) file.


Abstract: This report "documents human rights abuses in 151 countries and territories during 2002" and "is a contribution to the work of human rights defenders struggling to achieve a safer world, a world where human rights take priority over political, military or economic interests."






















































Abstract: A searchable collection of primary source material on the United States annexation of Hawaii (1893-1900).




Abstract: Bibliography that "concentrates on books, chapters in anthologies, and periodical articles on the collective history of American Jewish women and archival resources on individuals and women's organizations." Includes a section on memoirs, oral histories, and creative writings. Excellent annotations. Browsable and searchable.


Abstract: The bibliography focuses on the US federal documents on terrorism and most specifically on attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. All documents are described with concise annotations and available through the Federal Depository system. Many, if not most, of these publications are available via the Web. The materials are arranged alphabetically by title within each of the seven sections. Aftermath, Congressional and Presidential Actions, Global Terrorism, International Politics, National Security, US Foreign Relations, and Weapons of Mass Destruction.

































Abstract: The English Server is a member-run cooperative service of Carnegie Mellon University's English Department. Provides a public distribution and publication medium for research, criticism, novels hypertext, and miscellaneous writings from the arts and humanities. Offers browsing capabilities and use of the server's FTP, Gopher, and TELNET resources for searching by word, phrase, topic or location.

























































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.














Abstract: Presents a FAQ on Assyro-Babylonian mythology, provided and compiled by Christopher B. Siren. Defines Mesopotamia and Assyria and examines the political organization of the region. Discusses the gods and heroes of the Babylonians, including Kishar, Anu, and Mammetum. Contains a bibliography of resources used to create the FAQ.
















Abstract: "The hundreds of images in this collection have been selected from a wide range of sources, most of them dating from the period of slavery." They illustrate the "experiences of Africans who were enslaved and transported to the Americas and the lives of their descendants in the slave societies of the New World." Searchable by keyword (be sure to use the search button), browsable by categories.











Abstract: Contains the full text of the debates and conventions of the 1890's leading up to Federation with a range of participants' accounts and other contextual material from the time. These include the Quick and Garran "Annotated Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia", and "Studies in Australian Constitutional Law" by Andrew Inglis Clark, as well as a large number of books, pamphlets and articles by Deakin, Barton, Parkes, Griffiths, Spence and others. The functionality of the encoded database allows keyword searching of the entire collection or the debates only.


Abstract: This site is part of Habsburg Source Texts Archive. It contains documents concerning the history and culture of the former Habsburg lands and peoples from about 1500 until this century. It is edited by Charles Ingrao ... [et al].





































Abstract: From the website of the Institute of Baltic Studies (IBS) which is a private non-profit organisation of Estonian origin.
























Abstract: The National Security Archive's site on the Havana conference includes reports on the proceedings, a chronology, numerous declassified documents, several audio recordings, and biographies of the members of the US delegation (former officials of the Kennedy Administration, the CIA, members of Brigade 2506)


Abstract: The English Server is a member-run cooperative service of Carnegie Mellon University's English Department. Provides a public distribution and publication medium for research, criticism, novels hypertext, and miscellaneous writings from the arts and humanities. Offers browsing capabilities and use of the server's FTP, Gopher, and TELNET resources for searching by word, phrase, topic or location.







































































































































Abstract: This is "a completely free and searchable web site designed to provide researchers worldwide with full access to the thousands of pages comprising this 14-volume printed work, originally published by the University of Illinois Press." It includes autobiographical writings, letters, and a large number of other documents.









































































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.


Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.


Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.


Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.

















Abstract: Includes details of fighting and bombing in Afghanistan, the Bonn Agreement and future political arrangements in Afghanistan, the Al-Qaeda in other countries, and measures by the United Nations to counter terrorism. The 65-page report includes the text of the Bonn Agreement and a detailed color map of Afghanistan.







Abstract: Anthropologist Alice Fletcher lived with Dakota Sioux women on reservations in Nebraska and South Dakota for six weeks in the fall of 1881 and recorded her experiences in two journals. This digital version of her diaries made available by the National Museum of American History includes her daily entries, 26 drawings, and 36 photographs that can be viewed alongside the text, or in a separate photograph gallery. The diaries can be navigated by date or simply paged through. Fletcher's transcriptions of fifteen Sioux folktales can also be viewed in her journal entries, where they appear without titles, but often with some contextual information such as when the tale was told and who told it.












Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.















Abstract: A database "containing the full text of English translations of speeches, interviews, and press conferences by Fidel Castro, based upon the public domain records of the Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS)." The database contains speeches from 1959 to 1996 and may be searched by numerous modifiers or browsed by year. The speeches are offered in plain text format only.












































































Abstract: A field guide (with keys) of caterpillars commonly found in "forests and woodlands of the Pacific Northwest." The guide covers natural history, nomenclature, identification keys and details for the collection and preservation of caterpillar specimens.


Abstract: Presents an online version of the "Catholic Encyclopedia," provided online by Kevin Knight as part of the New Advent Catholic Web site. Allows users to search for entries alphabetically and includes articles on the making of the original encyclopedia.















Abstract: This companion site to an exhibition at the University of Virginia Library Special Collections Department explores the history of censorship in America with a selection of books and items drawn from the Library. The exhibit is navigated via a pull-down menu, each section exploring censorship of a particular work, person, or medium with text and images.



































































































Abstract: The National Security Archive (NSA) announced the release of over "16,000 secret US records on the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile, and Washington's role in the violent overthrow of the Allende government and the advent of the military regime to power." aTotalling more than 50,000 pages, the records include numerous controversial documents that the CIA had refused to release until they were pressured by the White House. The NSA has posted a selection of some of the key documents on its site. They are offered in pdf format with a brief description.














































































































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.



Abstract: A paper that investigates American visual satire (political cartoons) during the Civil War era. Beginning at the start of the Civil War and ending with its aftermath, the site is a history lesson that emphasizes the importance of understanding the ways in which political cartoons contributed to the social and political climate of the time. Furthermore, it reveals the potency of the medium, tracing the success and influence of visual images during the Civil War-era. It shows the period to be a significant landmark in the history of American political art.




































Abstract: The English Server is a member-run cooperative service of Carnegie Mellon University's English Department. Provides a public distribution and publication medium for research, criticism, novels hypertext, and miscellaneous writings from the arts and humanities. Offers browsing capabilities and use of the server's FTP, Gopher, and TELNET resources for searching by word, phrase, topic or location.


































































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.































Abstract: This site currently hosts over 10,000 files, focusing especially on the 1870 Poems, but offering a generous number of commentaries and other materials on all of Rossetti's works, including paintings and design. These are accessed via the Archive button on the first page, and include separate sections for Poems, Pictures, Prose, Translations, Manuscripts, and Periodicals among others. Works by Rossetti may be browsed by alphabetical or chronological lists. The Archive section also includes a brief biography, chronology, and a bibliography.







Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about the World War II: concentration, internment, Labor cams
































































































Abstract: The English Server is a member-run cooperative service of Carnegie Mellon University's English Department. Provides a public distribution and publication medium for research, criticism, novels hypertext, and miscellaneous writings from the arts and humanities. Offers browsing capabilities and use of the server's FTP, Gopher, and TELNET resources for searching by word, phrase, topic or location.





















Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.




Abstract: Released by the National Commission on Terrorism and posted online in its entirety by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), this new report contains a number of recommendations that have raised objections among civil libertarians, parts of the Arab-American community, and others. The commission, composed of private experts and former federal officials, was created in the wake of the US embassy bombings in Africa in 1998 and has heard the testimony of hundreds of witnesses. Among its recommendations are enhanced monitoring of foreign students enrolled in US schools, using the CIA or military instead of the FBI to lead investigations into terrorism on US territory, the repeal of regulations that supposedly prohibit the CIA from using unsavory informants, and the levying of sanctions against Greece and Pakistan for not "cooperating fully" against terrorism under a statute Congress passed in 1996. Users can read the full text in HTML format at the FAS site.




























Abstract: This online document archive contains material related to "the causes, conduct, and consequences of the US Civil War." The collection is largely comprised of books, broadsides, cartoons, pamphlets, and other printed ephemera from 1830 to 1880. The documents include speeches by Charles Sumner, cartoons by Thomas Nast, and promotional material from the Know-Nothing Party. The entire archive can be browsed by author, date of publication, title, or subject. Using a built-in viewer, each document can also be viewed in its original format, and visitors can zoom in or out on discrete areas. Finally, visitors can also search the entire archive by keywords, subjects, graphic elements, or date.








































































Abstract: An ever-growing collection of thousands of images focuses on 18th and 19th century North and South American cartographic materials and includes "atlases, globes, school geographies, maritime charts, and a variety of separate maps including pocket, wall, childrens and manuscript maps." Images can be viewed in any browser. Advanced functionality is available via special software available for free download on the site.











Abstract: An on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus (27 BC-AD 14) to Constantine XI Palaeologus (1449-1453). The encyclopedia consists of (1) an index of all the emperors who ruled during the empire's 1500 years (2) biographical essays on the individual emperors (3) family trees ("stemmata") of important imperial dynasties (4) an index of significant battles in the empire's history (5) capsule descriptions and maps of these battles, and (6) maps of the empire at different times. Wherever possible, these materials are cross-referenced by live links. These contents are supplemented by an ancient and medieval atlas, a link to a virtual catalog of Roman coins, and other recommended links to related sites.



























Abstract: The database ranges from the years immediately following World War II, when declassified documents were first made widely available, through the 1970s. Nearly every major foreign and domestic event of these years is covered: the Cold War, Vietnam, foreign policy shifts, the civil rights movement, and others.


Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.

















































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.






Abstract: In 18th century Virginia, Robert "King" Carter owned over 300,000 acres containing many farms and plantations as well as some 1,000 slaves to work those plantations. He was a member of the Council of Virginia and was acting governor of the state for a time. He received a classical education in England, and corresponded widely both within the colony and with merchants overseas. His correspondence was transcribed and digitized by Edmund Berkeley, Jr., former director of special collections at the University of Virginia Library, and put online by the staff at UVA's Electronic Text center. Users can read and search the transcribed texts (in either original or modernized spelling) as well as from 1722-1723.





























Abstract: A collection of essays from Diotima, a site on gender and art in the ancient world. Provides links to online articles, essays and book reviews dealing with patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean region.


































































Abstract: A collection of sources on Southern history, literature and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the twentieth century.




Abstract: The Special Collections Library of Duke University has maintained for some time an extensive and regularly updated collection of documents from the Women's Liberation Movement of the 1960s and 1970s. The documents are browseable by subject categories and searchable by keyword. Subject categories include General and Theoretical, Medical and Reproductive Rights, Organizations and Activism, Sexuality and Lesbian Feminism, Socialist Feminism, Women of Color, and others. Most documents are offered in transcription, with some limited facsimile versions available. A short list of links to related sites is also provided. The site is associated with the Women's Liberation Research Network at Duke.




Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.




























Abstract: The English Server is a member-run cooperative service of Carnegie Mellon University's English Department. Provides a public distribution and publication medium for research, criticism, novels hypertext, and miscellaneous writings from the arts and humanities. Offers browsing capabilities and use of the server's FTP, Gopher, and TELNET resources for searching by word, phrase, topic or location.



Abstract: Online exhibit of political cartoons published by Dr. Seuss in the New York newspaper PM during the years 1941-1948. Richard H. Minear has written the introduction. The collection is browseable by year, month, and day. Subject term browsing will be available in the future. The cartoons are presented as large thumbnails which link to a full-sized image presented in an unfortunately cramped frame. The cartoons comment on a wide variety of topics, including war preparedness, domestic politics, and isolationism, with particular criticism for the US Congress and Americans not prepared to sacrifice for the war effort. Caricatures of the Axis nations, especially the Japanese, reflect contemporaneous stereotypes. The site also features some even rarer cartoons that Geisel drew for other publications and for war bond drives.







Abstract: The Haymarket rally, bombing, and subsequent trials, executions, and pardon, mark one of the most significant episodes in US labor history. The story of Haymarket is presented at the site as a five-act drama, accompanied by interviews, images, excerpts of memoirs and contemporary news reports, and other primary documents. A guide to navigating the site, a. pdf version of the five-acts, and suggestions for further reading are also provided.









Abstract: This digital project of the Washington University in St. Louis Library, takes advantage of a remarkable collection of documents that involve both local history and one of the most significant episodes in Antebellum US history, the Dred Scott Case. In 1846, Dred Scott and his wife Harriet filed suit for their freedom in the St. Louis Circuit Court, initiating an eleven-year legal fight that ended in the US Supreme Court, which issued a decision that contributed in no small part to rising tensions between the free and slave states. The site offers digital images and transcriptions (HTML or Word) of 85 original documents from the Dred and Harriet Scott cases tried in St. Louis courts the site also provides a brief chronology and links for further information.




















Abstract: The Early Church Fathers is a 38-volume collection of writings from the first 800 years of the Church. This collection is divided into three series, Ante-Nicene (ANF), Nicene and Post-Nicene Series I (NPNF1), and Nicene and Post-Nicene Series II (NPNF2). These files have the majority of the text printed in the actual books, but the indexes are not included. In fact Volume IX of the Ante-Nicene Series, which consists entirely of index information, is not available. In these files you will see Greek and Hebrew text transliterated into the Roman alphabet. To see them Greek and Hebrew in their own alphabets, you should install two public-domain fonts: SPTiberian and SPIonic.

























Abstract: This site is part of Habsburg Source Texts Archive. It contains documents concerning the history and culture of the former Habsburg lands and peoples from about 1500 until this century. It is edited by Charles Ingrao ... [et al]. The dispatches from the US representative in Vienna were taken from Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, the official publication of US diplomatic correspondence. The letters from Strossmayer to Gladstone were all collected by R.W. Seton-Watson and included in the appendix to his book, The Southern Slav Question and the Habsburg Monarchy, published in London in 1911 by Constable and Co.











Abstract: A compilation of WWW sources for the course Ecoles litteraires du Moyen-Age au XVIIe siecle, taught by Dr. Isabelle Martin from the French Language and Literature Dept.
































































































































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.















Abstract: "The Encyclopaedia of the Orient is a one-stop online resource which covers all countries and cultures between Mauritania in the west and Iran in the east, Turkey in the north and Sudan in south."



Abstract: Sponsored jointly by Case Western Reserve University and the Western Reserve Historical Society, this online text offers hundreds of articles on the history of Cleveland. There are two categories of articles in the Encyclopedia, general entries, short articles of 200 to 500 words, and interpretive essays, longer articles of 500 to 4000 words that explore examined in a separate gallery on-site. The encyclopedia features an alphabetical as well as a subject index and can be searched by title, text, and subject. A Reader's Guide and a bicentennial timeline of Cleveland history are also offered as supplementary text. new articles are added on a regular basis

















































Abstract: Provides access to a diverse body of scholarship, journals, and collections of texts. Resources are related to the disciplines of art, architecture, drama, fiction, poetry, history, political theory, cultural studies, philosophy, women's studies and music. Also features a bulletin board and mailing lists.



























































Abstract: Provides access to historical documents from Western Europe that are transcribed, reproduced in facsimile, or translated. note that most of them are primary documents and that they shed light on key historical happenings within the Countries. includes documents on medieval and Renaissance Europe and on Europe as a supernational region. offers access to documents on Andorra, Iceland, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and ot Countries. links to a citation guide and to the Western European specialists section of the Association of College and research libraries (ACRL).































Abstract: The site functions as "an illustrated introduction to, and explanatory catalogue of all the figurative sculpture that is part of the original interior fabric of the medieval building." The material on the site is primarily geared toward art historians and medievalists. The site does not provide a tour through the cathedral so much as it offers photos and explanations of the individual sculptural pieces: "medieval bosses, corbels, labelstops, figurative capitals and a few other interior carvings, which are an integral part of the medieval interior construction of Exeter Cathedral, Devon, England." Users can browse or search the contents, and a nice introduction and bibliography are both Use.




































































































































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.



























































Abstract: "Forced Migration Online (FMO) provides instant access to a wide variety of online resources dealing with the situation of forced migrants worldwide. Designed for use by practitioners, policy makers, researchers, students or anyone interested in the field, to give comprehensive information in an impartial environment and to promote increased awareness of human displacement issues to an international community of users."






Abstract: Contains 376 official documents that chart US diplomacy efforts in the wake of the Six Day War in 1967. The volume begins with the developments that followed the November 22, 1967 adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 242, which "sought to establish a framework for settlement of the Arab-Israeli dispute," and it closes with the inconclusive efforts to secure a peace agreement and prevent an arms race in the waning months of the Johnson administration. The documents are presented in HTML format and accompanied by a summary and preface.





























Abstract: This site is part of Habsburg Source Texts Archive. It contains documents concerning the history and culture of the former Habsburg lands and peoples from about 1500 until this century. It is edited by Charles Ingrao ... [et al].
















Abstract: The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library has released some 10 000 digitized documents, 6,000 of which are pages that had been locked in FDR's White House safe (Safe Files); the remainder come from the Vatican Files and German Diplomatic Files. The documents are offered as both digitized originals and text files. The Safe Files may be browsed by box (of six) and topic. Each topic heading indicates number of items, document types, and topics covered. The Vatican Files may be keyword-searched (all returns display in full-text on a single page) or browsed by box and topic. The German files are browseable by box and topic. Additional resources at the FDR Library site include a collection of thousands of copyright-free photos, a K-12 Learning Center, finding aids, and related links, among others.































Abstract: Presents a collection of writings and links about American history. Notes that the main section of the site is from "An Outline of American History." Offers access to documents, essays, and biographies.




Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program.




























Abstract: Contains a comprehensive national survey of markets and fairs in medieval England and Wales. At present, full information is available for eleven counties, with new additions planned throughout the year. The entries may be browsed by country or place name, and a glossary, list of abbreviations, and description of methodology and sources are provided. Users are encouraged to read the introduction and instructions on reading the entries before they begin, or else they might not be able to decipher the contents.



















Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the university of Michigan's School of Information in Ann Arbor. Offers access to online articles and books about the history of Africa



















































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.

















Abstract: A searchable site "dedicated to the investigation and dissemination of information concerning all aspects of the Atlantic slave system and its destruction." Source Documents contains "200 individual items, including speeches, letters cartoons and graphics, interviews, and articles." There are also Bibliographies, related sites and information about the Amistad case, and more.









































Abstract: Offers images from 50 years of photography by one of New York City's most prominent commercial photography studios during the city's rise to its status as one of the world's great metropolises. The photographic plates are large, numerous, and helpfully annotated with historical and culturalbackground. An introduction by E.L. Doctorow and a history of the Byron Company by Peter Simmons also supplement the photographs.
























Abstract: Presents the full-text of 4 Founding Documents of the United States of America (1776--1787) compiled as part of the Great Books Index of Ken Roberts. Notes the name, date, and online format of each work.
















Abstract: Presented to the Mid-America Conference on History, 17-19 September 1992, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.






















































Abstract: Utilizing their own copy (one of 48 remaining around the world) of Gutenberg's Bible, the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin has created this site about both Johann Gutenberg's 15th century Bible and the printing process used to create this work. Most visitors will want to start by viewing selected passages from this remarkable book available here, among them excerpts from Genesis and the 23rd Psalm. One particularly engaging feature is the "Anatomy of a Page" section where visitors can learn about the different parts of the pages in the Gutenberg Bible, including the abbreviations made by the scribes, the illuminations, and rubrics added by the





























Abstract: The Project's principal aim is to make primary texts readily available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses.



Abstract: This 115-page report, released by Economic Policy Institute (EPI) at the end of last month, "is the most comprehensive study of family hardships ever published." The report examines the plight of the working poor by determining basic family budgets for communities across the nation--the amount of money a family needs for food, housing, utilities, child care, transportation, and health care--and comparing these figures to wage statistics. The report concludes that two-and-a-half times more families fall beneath the basic family budget levels for their communities than fall below the federal poverty line. The Family Budgets Calculator is an online supplement to the report that generates basic budgets for different kinds of families for 400,000 communities. I










Abstract: Features documents and materials from the Truman era. Highlights of the site include original documents relating to the Korean War, the Berlin Airlift, the formation of NATO the decision to drop the bomb, the Marshall Plan, and the Truman Doctrine. A detailed chronology of Truman's life and times from 1940 until his death is also posted along with photographs, educational programs and resources, and online museum exhibits.






































Abstract: Features the work of Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Herb Block. He is best known for caricatures of American presidents from Herbert Hoover to Bill Clinton and for his work during the Watergate investigation. The site includes a biography of Herblock and his own writing on political cartooning. An exhibit from the Library of Congress.





























Abstract: Jointly sponsored by the Historic Cities Center within the Department of Geography at Hebrew University and the Jewish National and University Library, the Historic Cities Web site contains maps, literature, documents, books, and other relevant material concerning the past, present, and future of historic cities. Visitors will find a wide array of historic city maps and views dating from 1486 to 1720. The scanned maps are searchable alphabetically, by date, and by individual cartographer. Additionally, a bit of information is provided about each cartographer. Overall, the site contains close to two hundred individual city maps and renderings, ranging from medieval Heidelberg to Casablanca.


Abstract: Features government documents from World War II. Users can either view the documents in a simple list (sortable by title, author, or publication date) or perform a fielded search (title, author, subject, or keyword). Advanced searches allow for boolean operators and additional fields (series, SuDoc number, and publisher information). Results provide cataloging information, links to lists of other titles by the same subject and agency, an image of the document's cover, and a link to the docum ent itself (.pdf).





















Abstract: Features extensive collections of US political cartoons, photographs, and advertising from the 19th and early decades of the 20th century. Includes a thorough discussion, augmented by full-scale images of illustrations, of the origins of political cartooning in the early nineteenth century from its genesis to a force in the eventual defeat of the Boss Tweed machine to editorial illustrations commenting on Theodore Roosevelt, Uncle Sam, and the Women's suffrage movement. There are also sections on the political art of Dan Beard-a nineteenth-century illustrator and founder of the Boy Scouts, advertisements from the Spanish-American & Philippine-American Wars, and collections of photographs from these two wars and more.





Abstract: This site is part of the "Recipe Archive Index". It includes recipes collections from different sources.






















Abstract: Comprehensive gateway to history-related Internet resources, organized by broad topic and by genre. Emphasis on source materials and other texts.














Abstract: Articles on Templar history, mysteries and myths, and Templarism today are included at this site. There are also articles on warrior monks and the Crusades. A "Featured Articles" section has interesting discussions on topics such as The Templars and the Grail, Masonic Templar Regalia and Did The Templars Find The Ark Of The Covenant?







Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program.















Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's School of Information in Ann Arbor. Offers access to online articles and books about the history of Australia



















Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about The history of England and Wales 1760-1820







Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about the History of Europe to 1453


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about the History of Europe 1453-1517















Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's School of Information in Ann Arbor. Offers access to online articles and books about the history of North America












Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about the History of Italy 31 B.C.-476 A.D.













Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about the History of Mesopotamia and Iranian Plateau












































































Abstract: The online edition of the six-volume narrative history of medieval Christian military expeditions to the Holy Land. Over 4000 pages are both keyword searchable and browsable via detailed tables of contents, with helpfully larger-size reproductions of individual pages taken directly from the text. The original work was edited by Kenneth M. Setton and published by University of Wisconsin Press; this site is provided by the University of Wisconsin Libraries.









Abstract: this site is a major, previously-unpublished reference source for the history of the federal courts. It is composed of five major sections: a Judges of the United States Courts, contains the Federal Judges Biographical Database, a browseable or keyword-searchable database of the service records and professional resumes of presidentially-appointed judges since 1789. Users can also construct their own queries about groups of federal judges, including the justices of the Supreme Court. b. Courts of the Federal Judiciary, offers legislative histories of courts and circuits within the federal judiciary, in addition to lists of chief judges and information on the location of the official records of each court. The Landmark Judicial Legislation section presents the full text of 21 statutes related to the organization and administration of the judiciary, presented in a timeline with notes on their historical significance. c, d explore selected topics in judicial history and exhibit annotated photos of historical federal courthouses, browsed via a pull-down menu. Additional resources include a collection of FJC publications and (annotated) related links.






























































































Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about The history of Transylvania









Abstract: This section is part of "The On-line Books Pages" which is an index to English language on-line books in various formats with a search engine; links to repositories of on-line books (including those of a speciality or foreign language) and other documents


Abstract: Presents Hittite/Hurrian mythology, provided and compiled by Christopher B. Siren. Discusses the gods and heroes of the Hittites, and their world perception. Contains a bibliography of resources used to create the site.























































































































Abstract: This site is part of Habsburg Source Texts Archive. It contains documents concerning the history and culture of the former Habsburg lands and peoples from about 1500 until this century. It is edited by Charles Ingrao ... [et al]. This document is reprinted from Seton-Watson, R.W. The Southern Slav Question and the Habsburg Monarchy. London: Constable and Co., 1911. The translation is by Seton-Watson.



Abstract: This site is part of Habsburg Source Texts Archive. It contains documents concerning the history and culture of the former Habsburg lands and peoples from about 1500 until this century. It is edited by Charles Ingrao ... [et al]. These texts were scanned from Henry M. De Puy, Kossuth and His Generals (Buffalo: Phinney & Co., 1852). The volume was one of several American books about Kossuth that appeared on the occasion of his speaking tour in the United States in 1851-1852.
























































Abstract: This online exhibit and archive documents the history of the American Eugenic Movemet. The exhibit features over 1,200 materials, most of them from the Eugenic Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor, which served as the center of American Eugenic research from 1910 to 1940. Materials are presented in 11 exhibits. Users can browse by 35 topics or search by keyword. Primary materials are accompanied by brief cuptions to help understand the related historical, social, political, and ethical issues.









































Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program. Presents "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," by the African-American slave Harriet Jacobs (b.1813) under the pen name, Linda Brent. Notes that this online version is presented by Julie R. Adams. Recounts Harriet's life as a female house slave in North Carolina before the Civil War, and her flight to the North.









Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program.









Abstract: "Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties" is a 7 volume set of government documents. Oklahoma State University Library has completed digitation of V. II and plans to complete V. I and V. III by the end of the year.































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.































Abstract: "This site is...devoted to civic heraldry, i.e. coats of arms of countries, states, provinces, towns, villages etc." The more than 9,500 symbols range from 1 for Albania to 6590 for Germany. Most of the entries have pictures; some also have descriptive, historical, or interpretive notes.


Abstract: Presents a collection of ancient history resources compiled by Paul Halsall as part of the Internet History Sourcebooks Project. Includes information on human origins, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia, Israel, Greece, Rome, and more


Abstract: "The Internet Archive "was founded [in 1996] to build an 'Internet library, ' with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format," such as Internet sites and other cultural digital artifacts (i.e. movies, interviews, images, etc.). Using the Internet Archive's "Wayback Machine," users can look at their own Web site and track how it has evolved. Plug-ins are made available as needed. "Special Wayback Collections" provide a sense of how events such as September 11, 2001, were recorded digitally. This site is appropriate for anyone doing research on the history of the Internet and for those who want to see how the Internet has changed over the years."


Abstract: Provides links to history of science texts. Compiled by Paul Halsall as part of the Internet History Sourcebooks Project.






Abstract: The object of this project is to allow the student to view the main works of art shown in the course. The images are organized chronologically according to the three geographical areas of study: Egypt, Mesopotamia and Greece.




Abstract: The object of this project is to allow the student to view the main works of art shown in the course. The material is organized according to the sub-periods, as presented in the course of lectures


Abstract: The object of this project is to allow the student to view the works of art presented during the course. The Images are organized in alphabetical order by artists.





Abstract: The purpose of this website is to enable students to view the main works of art presented during the course. The material is organized according to the sub-periods presented in the course. All the images include a bibliographic entry.


















Abstract: The report considers the flaws in comprehensive economic sanctions, the question of responsibility, the shortcomings of the oil-for-food program, and the current "smart sanctions" in contrast to longstanding proposals "targeted sanctions" aiming at political leaders. Finally, the report looks at the Security Council's responsibilities under international humanitarian and human rights law, and it will conclude with a discussion of recommended alternatives.












































Abstract: A series of 187 studies on Japan's role in WWII, written by Japanese participants in the events at the request of the US Government. We will be adding Monographs as they are converted. The first 6 volumes are online with more in progress. The First five monographs deal with Japan's political and military strategy from the time of the Manchurian Incident to the outbreak of the Pacific War.




Abstract: The English Server is a member-run cooperative service of Carnegie Mellon University's English Department. Provides a public distribution and publication medium for research, criticism, novels hypertext, and miscellaneous writings from the arts and humanities. Offers browsing capabilities and use of the server's FTP, Gopher, and TELNET resources for searching by word, phrase, topic or location.






Abstract: Explores "the story of Joe Hill, a labor organizer executed by the state of Utah in 1915." Includes biographical information and timeline; information on labor and the labor movement of the early twentieth century; perspectives on Hill's controversial trial; and lyrics to songs written by the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) member, born Joel Emmanuel Haggland in Gavle, Sweden. Online companion to PBS program of same title.










Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.





























Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program.










































































Abstract: Highlights issues raised during the conference, which was held at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, December 10-11, 1998.





Abstract: "25 millions de mots, 150 000 articles et definitions, 10 000 dessins et photos, 500 animations pedagogiques, une chronologie universelle de 7 000 evenements, plus de 1 000 auteurs".

















































































































































Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.










Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.




Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.



Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.


Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.



Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.













Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program.
























Abstract: Includes 12 topical essays, 250 images, 350 text documents, 13 song recordings (including "La Marseillaise"), 13 maps, a timeline, and a glossary. Searchable by keywords, topics, and/or types of resources.


























































































Abstract: This site offers fragments from the social history of Elizabethan England. The compendium bills itself as a sort of primer for the tidbits of life that should be common knowledge to writers or (re-en)actors "who work and play in the 16th Century on a regular basis." Just about anyone with an interest in social history will find some of the "fact bites" here intriguing. The useful appendices include Maps & Plans, Bibliography, The Tudor Succession, and a list of Related Sites. The compendium can be browsed or searched online or downloaded as an MS Word or pdf document.
















































































































































Abstract: Text and illustrations reproduced from print ed. published: Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, c1987. Hypertext and PDF version of the complete1408-page volume with essays by more than 80 scholars on individual authors as well as the forms of novels, poetry and drama of the American West from the nineteenth century to the present.










































Abstract: Includes: An overview of the theoretical framework of historical image research (in the introduction), articles about cases of image research from three viewpoints: (1) images of distant cultures (2) images of neighbouring peoples including the enemy image, and (3) images of politically influential persons in various times and cultural contexts.





























































































































































Abstract: Includes a biographical sketch, selected microfilms and electronic editions of Margaret Sanger's letters and writings. The project's newsletter, photos courtesy of the Sophia Smith Collection, available project internships, and links to related sites. It is a place to start for research and/or general information on the founder of the birth control movement.













Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.











Abstract: This site is part of Habsburg Source Texts Archive. It contains documents concerning the history and culture of the former Habsburg lands and peoples from about 1500 until this century. It is edited by Charles Ingrao ... [et al]. This memorandum, written by Tomas G. Masaryk for British friends and members of the British government in April 1915, is from R. W. Seton-Watson, Masaryk in England. (Cambridge: The University Press and Macmillan Company, New York, 1943.)










Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.



Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.

































Abstract: "This collection of articles on medieval and renaissance names is intended to help historical re-creators to choose authentic names." There are sections on choosing a medieval name, names in specific cultures, and names of places things, and animals.


Abstract: The English Server is a member-run cooperative service of Carnegie Mellon University's English Department. Provides a public distribution and publication medium for research, criticism, novels hypertext, and miscellaneous writings from the arts and humanities. Offers browsing capabilities and use of the server's FTP, Gopher, and TELNET resources for searching by word, phrase, topic or location.












































































Abstract: Selections from Memoirs of Prince Metternich published in English by Charles Scribner's Sons between 1880 and 1882. They were originally published in French and German in 1879. This site is part of Habsburg Source Texts Archive. It contains documents concerning the history and culture of the former Habsburg lands and peoples from about 1500 until this century. It is edited by Charles Ingrao ... [et al].




































































































































Abstract: Digital replication of a complete book of hours, "a manuscript written on vellum with initials illuminated in red, blue or gold and containing 13 illuminations in color." Viewable in different sizes and by single pages or two side by side. The book is from the Mark O. Hatfield Library at Willamette University, Salem, Oregon reproduced here by the university's Digital Mimesis Project.







Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about the History of Europe 1914-1918


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: Air Operations


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: battles in the European theater


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: campaigns and battles


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: battles in the Pacific Ocean theater


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: battles in the Soviet Union


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: France


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: medical and social services


Abstract: This sub-section is part of the geography and history part of the Internet Public Library (IPL), a project of the University of Michigan's school of information in Ann Arbor. offers access to online articles and books about World War II: military units of the United States



































































Abstract: A complete online version of the original printed book which was first published in 1973. Includes text, hipertext and photographs.









































































































Abstract: An ongoing project to make available the texts of international multilateral conventions and other instruments. Although the project was initiated to improve public access to environmental agreements, the collection today also includes treaties in the fields of human rights, commerce and trade, laws of war and arms control, and other areas. The vast majority of texts date from the second half of this century, but the collection also includes historical texts, from the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia to the Covenant of the League of Nations.

















Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program.




















Abstract: A collection of source materials, including numerous photographs and video clips, supports this site, which documents the Japanese occupation of the Chinese capital of Nanking in 1937-38. Nanking marked an early clash in the Second Sino-Japanese War, and although the exact death toll is impossible to determine, some scholars today claim that 300,000 people, many of them civilians, lost their lives during the Japanese occupation of the city. This site provides a narrative of the events surrounding the occupation, from the conflicts that preceded it to the "Reign of Terror" itself, concluding with a historical perspective from the 1990s. As the title of the site suggests, considerable attention is given to the atrocities committed during the conflict, brought to life here through such means as interviews, soldiers's diaries, and graphic photos. A selected bibliography is available online, and the entire thesis (with footnotes and full citations) can be downloaded in pdf format.




Abstract: Hanover Historical Text Project's principal aim is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Page numbers appear in parentheses at the point of the page breaks in the original texts.




Abstract: The escape of Jane Johnson and two children, slaves of John H. Wheeler, the trial of Williamson and others concerned, and refusal of state Supreme court to issue writ of habeas corpus.






Abstract: This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program.




































Abstract: Two volumes of text and illustrations produced by naturalist Mark Catesby in 1754, is available in its entirety at the site. Catesby's work is usually regarded as the first accurate depictions of birds, fish, insects, and plants of the New World seen by Europeans. Visitors to the Website can search and browse more than 500 digital versions of color plates and text. Graphics are available in three resolutions, including "normal" size for easy browsing, higher quality for printing, and a still higher quality for examination of fine details.