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  1. The city in American history (Historical problems: studies and documents) by Blake McKelvey, 1969
  2. Encyclopedia of American Historical Documents
  3. American Historical Documents 1000 to 1904 (Harvard Classics, Part 43)
  4. Historical Documents in American Education by Tony W. Johnson, Ronald Reed, 2001-07-20
  5. Editing Historical Documents: A Handbook of Practice (American Association for State and Local History Book Series) by Michael E. Stevens, Steven B. Burg, 1997-10
  6. American Historical Documents 1000 - 1904 (Deluxe Edition (Leather Bound)) by Charles W. Elliot, 1969
  7. American Historical Documents 1000-1904 (Harvard Classics, 43)
  8. The origins of the cold war, 1941-1947: A historical problem with interpretations and documents (Problems in American History) by Walter LaFeber, 1971
  9. American Historical Document, 1000-1904, with Introductions and Notes (The Harvard Classics [Leatherbound], Deluxe Edition, Registered Edition)
  10. Historical American Documents-Folder (Regional and Special Interest Titles of America)
  11. Encyclopedia of American Historical Documents: Volume 2 (Encyclopedia of American Historical Documents)
  12. American Historical Documents: 1000-1904 (The Harvard Classics)
  13. Historical American Documents (Regional and Special Interest Titles of America) by Robert Shangle, 1994-11-01
  14. Encyclopedia of American Historical Documents: Volume 1 (Encyclopedia of American Historical Documents)

1. All American! -- Conservative, Christian, Patriotic And Rush Limbaugh Dittohead
Historical Links Papers of George Washington Benjamin Franklin Glimpses of the Man A Chronology of US historical documents american history from Revolution
W elcome to U.S. Politics and History at All American! This is a place where you'll find the founding documents of the United States, Information on Past Presidents, Government Links, and much more. Documents with the are hosted here at All American!
Your Choices are:
Founding Documents

Other Historical Documents

U.S. Presidents

U.S. Congress
Return to All American!

Founding Documents:
The Declaration of Independence

The Constitution of the United States

The Bill of Rights
Other Historical Documents: Amendments 11-27 to the U.S. Constitution Articles of Confederation Federalist Papers U.S. Presidents: The White House The White House for Kids Presidents in American Memory Inaugural Addresses ... A Portrait and Biographical Sketch of each First Lady U.S. Congress: U.S. Senate Directory of Senators (by Name) Directory of Senators (by State) Contacting Senators via the Internet ... Congressional Quarterly's VoteWatch
Located in Washington, D.C., the CQ staff of 132 reporters and editors provide daily and now "real time" coverage of House and Senate actions and debates. Every yea and nay is recorded, tracked and analyzed in painstaking, unbiased detail. Other Government Links: How Our Laws Are Made Over 100 U.S. Government Links!

2. Documents For The Study Of American History: AMDOCS: 1400 - 2003 Primary History
An Early Play About John Brown, from "The Kansas historical Quarterly AMDOCS. documents for the Study of american history. has been accessed times since it began counting, 1 October
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  • 3. AFRO-AMERICAN ALMANAC - African-American History Resource
    The AFROamerican Almanac provides an engaging and comtemplative exploration of the origins of the African in America. AFRO-Books. historical documents. historical Events. FolkTales YOUR INTERNET RESOURCE FOR AFRICAN-american history. An act declaring the Negro, Mulatto, and Indian slaves within this


    Biographies AFRO-Books HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS Historical Events FolkTales Trivia Games AFRO-Links ... Advertising Info YOUR INTERNET RESOURCE FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY An act declaring the Negro, Mulatto, and Indian slaves within this dominion, to be real estate (Virginia - 1705) The Black Code of Louisiana The Running of Mason and Dixon's Line The Declaration of Independence (The omission) A Bill Concerning Slaves State v. Boon Black Laws of Ohio An Act to Prohibit the Importation of Slaves ... Ebonics
    The Original Resolution
    Questions or Comments may be addressed to the Webmaster -
    The Digital Development Group

    4. Words And Deeds In American History: Selected Documents Celebrating The Manuscri
    These primary historical documents reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs Medicine, Exploration, and Invention Africanamerican history and Culture
    The Library of Congress
    Selected Documents Celebrating the Manuscript Division's First 100 Years
    Manuscript Division, Library of Congress
    Search by Keyword Name and Subject Index Chronological List In honor of the Manuscript Division's centennial, its staff has selected for online display approximately ninety representative documents spanning from the fifteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Included are the papers of presidents, cabinet ministers, members of Congress, Supreme Court justices, military officers and diplomats, reformers and political activists, artists and writers, scientists and inventors, and other prominent Americans whose lives reflect our country's evolution. Most of the selected items fall within one of eight major themes or categories which reflect the division's strengths. Each of these themes is the focus of a separate essay containing links to digital reproductions of selected documents. A detailed description accompanies each document, and additional information about the parent collections may be obtained by following links to catalog records and finding aids. The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources available and useful to Congress and the American people and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity for future generations. The goal of the Library's National Digital Library Program is to offer broad public access to a wide range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning.

    5. Chronology Of US Historical Documents
    Chronology of US historical documents This site is a collection of documents, laws, speeches, treaties, and other primary sources of significance in american history. The materials are listed in

    6. Miles Of History - Online Catalog
    Site specializing in historical (with particular emphasis on the american Civil War) relics and memorabilia, including weapons, documents, jewelry, tintypes and other rare photographs.
    Civil War Dealers Rolodex AMCNetwork Home
    Auction Number XXXI
    Closes August 17, 1998
    W E L C O M E
    "Miles of History"
    G U I D E L I N E S
    Minimum bid on any lot is $10 or 40% of Estimated Value (EV), whichever is greater. Successful bids under EV will not be reduced, whereas bids over the EV will be reduced to the EV or one advance over the next highest bid, whichever is greater. Bids must be in whole dollars and cannot be "Buy Bids" i.e. "better all other bids to acquire this item." Successful bidders will be invoiced within five business days. Payment must be received within ten (10) days and although personal checks are acceptable, they must clear the bank first and will delay shipment by two weeks. After ten days, a late payment fee of $25 will be assessed unless prior arrangements are made due to extenuating circumstances. Likewise, there is a returned check charge of $20 and, should it not be made good, bidder is no longer allowed to participate in future auctions. Payments may be by check or money orders (payable to "Miles of History") and VISA or MASTERCARD. Auction reserves right to withdraw any lot prior to sale closing and to resell any merchandise not paid for by a successful bidder. Auction may also, at its discretion, reject any bids from individuals that have failed to make prior payments in a timely fashion. Some lots do have reserves and should those minimums not be met, the items will either be carried over to a future auction or returned to the consignor.

    7. New Page 2
    Devoted to the history of Scouting by preservation of documents, information, and artifacts, and by dispersing information about Scout patches and other BSA memorabilia.

    8. The Library Of Congress
    Extensive online exhibitions of historic photographs and documents. Includes the american Memory historical Collections, a display of american history in words, sound, and pictures.
    Find It ...
    Search Our Catalogs

    Advanced Search

    Research Centers

    Index A-Z
    Today in History

    NOTICE: The Library will be closed June 11 for the National Day of Mourning for President Reagan. Also, the Library's Web site will be unavailable June 13 More Especially For ...

    Law Researchers


    ... More Online Collections... National Digital Preservation Program About the Library Visit / Tour Philanthropy Jobs / Fellowships ... Shop Brown v. Board at Fifty Exhibition on Landmark Ruling Free Concert June 15 Paschall Brothers Gospel Quartet Featured Webcasts Veterans at the WWII Reunion The Library of Congress Contact Us Please Read Our Legal Notices

    9. Digital History
    The Gilder Lehrman Institute of american history promotes interest in history through lectures, exhibitions, teacher seminars, prizes and fellowships, and electronic resources including an online historical textbook and annotated historical documents.
    This site was updated on 09-Jun-04 .

    10. Black American West Museum And Heritage Center
    Offers historical artifacts, documents and memorabilia which tell the history and relate the stories of Black men and women who helped settle and develop the american West.
    Black American West Museum and Heritage Center
    3091 California Street
    Denver Colorado 80205 Telephone: 303-292-2566
    Join and Support the Museum CLICK HERE FOR MEMBERSHIP FORM
    We Tell It Like It Was
    Mission Goals
    The Museum began as the personal hobby of Paul Stewart, who, as a child playing cowboys and Indians, always had to be the Indian because, "There was no such thing as a Black cowboy." After Mr. Stewart reached adulthood, he met a Black cowboy-a man who had led cattle drives at the turn of the century-and at that time, vowed to unearth all the material he could on other African American W estern Pioneers. So the story begins of one man's search and discovery of a past not recorded in history books. His search has taken him to nearly every corner of the West, gathering personal artifacts, memorabilia, newspapers, legal documents, clothing, letters, photographs, and oral histories. It was this original "Paul Stewart Collection" that formed the nucleus for the Museum which formally began operation in 1971. Today, thanks to the dedicated leadership of an untiring Board of Directors, many community volunteers and corporate supporters, the

    11. Primary Source Documents
    Primary Source documents Pertaining to Early american history An invaluable collection of historical works which contributed to the formation of american
    The American Colonist's Library
    A TREASURY OF PRIMARY DOCUMENTS Primary Source Documents Pertaining to Early American History
    An invaluable collection of historical works which contributed to the formation of American politics, culture, and ideals The following is a massive collection of the literature and documents which were most relevant to the colonists' lives in America. If it isn't here, it probably is not available online anywhere. ARRANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE (500 B.C.-1800 A.D.) (Use Your Browser's FIND Function to Search this Library) Given the Supreme Court's impending decision, the ultimate historic origins of the national motto, "In God We Trust" and the phrase "under God" are drawing interest. Click Here to learn the history.
    Classical Literature Having Significant Influence Upon the American Colonists
    Classic Philosophers and Poets
    , Most of the founding fathers in America were thorougly familiar with these Greco-Roman authors: e.g., Aristotle, Plato, Cicero, Virgil.
    The Latin Library
    , (Cicero, Livy, Horace, etc.) Ability to read these sources extemporaneously was an entrance requirement at colonial schools such as Harvard.

    12. Documents On The American War Of 1812
    Primary historical documents of the War of 1812, with those of the Northwest campaign focusing on events in Michigan.

    13. Samuel Gompers Papers(Page 1)
    Project to make primary sources in american labor history available to students and researchers. Includes extensive biographical information about Gompers, plus information, photos, and images of primary documents related to other leaders and historical events.

    "Our movement is of the working people, for the working people, by the working people. . . . There is not a right too long denied to which we do not aspire in order to achieve; there is not a wrong too long endured that we are not determined to abolish." Samuel Gompers, 1918 Sponsored by the University of Maryland-College Park, the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the AFL-CIO
    University of Maryland Department of History Home Page

    This site is maintained by Grace Palladino and was last updated June 2003.

    14. Hanover Historical Texts Project
    that you acknowledge the Hanover historical Texts Project in progress) National Unification documents of the David Trail Telegram from the american Consulate in

    Hanover Historical Texts Project
    In 1995, the History Department and Hanover students initiated the Hanover Historical Texts Project. The Project's principal aim is to make primary texts readily 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.

    The Middle Ages

    Early Modern


    United States
    17th Century

    18th Century
    19th Century 20th Century ... Hanover College
    Ancient Greece and Rome The Presocratics Anaxagoras Anaximander Anaximenes Empedocles ... Zeno Medieval Europe Letters of Crusaders Anselme of Ribemont, Anselme of Ribemont, Letter to Manasses II, Archbishop of Reims Stephen, Count of Blois and Chartres, Letter to his wife, Adele Daimbert, Godfrey and Raymond, Letter to the Pope Conrad III, First Letter to Wibald, Abbot of Corvey Conrad III, Second Letter to Wibald, Abbot of Corvey

    15. Electronic Text Collections
    US historical documents Archive Avalon Project (Yale) documents in law and diplomacy history Matters The US Survey Course on the Web Documenting the american
    Electronic Text Collections
    Indexes and Resources
    General Etext Collections Europe


    The Middle Ages

    Early Modern
    United States

    17th and 18th Centuries

    19th Century

    20th Century
    ... Other web sites of interest to historians
    Indexes and Resources Alex: Guide to Electronic Books (NCSU) Bard (Bodleian Access to Remote Databases] CARRIE - An Electronic Library (U. of Kansas) Historical Texts Archive: Mississippi State History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers Index of Resources for Historians (U. Kansas) On Line Books (Carnegie Mellon) Literature Online Voice of the Shuttle: History General Etext Collections The Avalon Project: Documents in Law, History, and Government (Yale) Bartleby Library (Columbia University) The Electronic Texts Center (University of Virginia) The Humanities Text Index (University of Michigan) Oxford Text Initiative Project Gutenberg The Internet Classics Archives (MIT) Schoenburg Center for electronic texts and images (U. Penn.) Speech and Transcript Center (George Washington] The University of Toronto English Library The Wiretap Electronic Texts Archive Europe: General Western European Studies Section (Association of College and Research Libraries) guide to etext collections and more ARTFL Project (University of Chicago) French language studies Gallica French language texts Celt (UCC) Irish Texts English Literature (Rutgers) Eurodocs (Brigham Young) History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers: Europe Europe: Ancient

    16. St. Augustine Florida Museum Of Weapons And Early American History
    Educational exhibits of unusual guns, Florida Civil War artifacts, swords, and historical documents.
    See the Piano
    of John Tyler...
    the tenth President of the United States. Not only is this a presidential piano, but it's also the earliest Timothy Gilbert piano known to exist, and made about 1830. On display is the only Confederate Florida Flag known to exist, bearing the state seal. It belonged to the 8th Florida Infantry, C.S.A., and was taken at Fredricksburg, Virginia in December, 1862.
    Click image for large, color view There are various weapons, from the beautiful inlaid .80 caliber Bavarian wheelock, dating to the 1500's, through the Indian War period, to the 1890's. On exhibit is one of the finest Civil War collections you will see anywhere. While we put emphasis on the Civil War, we want to make it clear that the display is not just weapons, but rather a harmonious blend of historically significant items, and a vivid portrayal of Americana.
    Click image for large, color view

    17. "the People's Paths Home Page!" NAIIP Paths To Living History
    North american Indian and Indigenous People A collection of historical documents, essays, and articles on various topics of Native american history.

    There is now a second URL for the People's Paths the original
    Cherokee version
    An English version
    NAIIP Paths to Living History
    To know the road ahead, ask the man coming back.
    Old Indian saying Paths to North American Indian Treaties
    United States Indian Treaties
    Canadian First Nations Treaties

    18. ReferenceResources:Historical Documents
    of Congress historical collections of photographs, documents, motion pictures, and sound recordings about american culture and history SEARCHABLE by keyword.
    Reference Resources: Famous Historical Documents
    Historical Documents Bill of Rights Constitution of the United States Declaration of Independence Declaration of Independence from the History Channel Learn about how the declaration came to be, its efforts on preserving the document, biographies of the signers and MUCH MORE
    Declaring Independence Drafting the document, chronology of events, exhibits
    Historical Documents From the Colonial Period A collection of links to documents of that period
    Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents
    Magna Carta View the original document; read the entire manuscript; read a translation of the document
    Northwest Ordinance The complete text
    Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 A complete text Historical Document Links National Archives and Records Administration Links to sites that feature information about famous historical documents American Memory Learning Page of the Library of Congress Historical collections of photographs, documents, motion pictures, and sound recordings about American culture and history -

    19. St. Augustine Florida Museum Of Weapons And Early American History
    Educational exhibits of unusual guns, Florida Civil War artifacts, swords, and historical documents. Offers ability to request a catalog online.
    Just what is the Museum all about? Very simply put, it is about our American Heritage. Whether we like it or not, weapons have played a major part in the development of our nation's history. The Museum's weapons are displayed in a unique setting, surrounded by historic artifacts from 1500 to 1900. Everything on display is completely authentic, even the pictures and lithographs. You will see papers from our Colonial days, predating, and then including our First President, and through the 1890's. [ more about the Museum
    Click image for larger, color view
    Click image for larger, color view See History
    • Unusual Guns, Swords, Muskets Ship Wreck Artifacts Period Documents American Indian Artifacts Civil War Display Large Confederate Display Located on both train routes AAA Discounts Free, off-street Parking more about us
    About Us The Store The Museum ... Home Open 7 Days A Week from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
    81-C King Street St. Augustine, Florida 32084 (904) 829-3727
    Donna Lee Walton, Owner/ Curator Listed on St. Augustine Links

    20. Classics Of American Colonial History: Introductory Page
    This collection of historical documents is offered as a public service selected scholarly books and articles on american colonial history that appear
    Shop for Books on . . .
    Women in Colonial America
    Dinsmore Documentation presents Classics of
    American Colonial History
    BROWSE BY AUTHOR BROWSE BY SUBJECT Introduction About this Collection This collection of historical documents is offered as a public service and as an example of the quality of our work. Selection We have selected scholarly books and articles on American colonial history that appear to be of continuing interest. Our goal is to add four documents (articles or book chapters) per week. Readers are invited to suggest further public-domain documents for digitization. Contact us Technique We transcribe the text as found in the original. When it is necessary to insert notes of our own, these are bracketed and in red text to distinguish them from bracketed material in the originals. We make minor changes to the layout to enhance readability in the Web environment:
    • Headers are omitted, except for page numbers.
    • Page numbers are included even if blank in the original. They are uniformly in bold text and placed in the upper left corner of the page.
    • Block quotes are indented and in the same size text as the original. (Some of the sources show them unindented and in smaller text.)

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