Maintained by Alan Liu, University of California at Santa Barbara. Extensive directory of history resources. The United States section is part of a larger site which covers general history, prehistory, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America and Mexico, and North America.
Information about people, places, events, institutions, and many other topics relating to the state. Included are articles and images on nearly every aspect of Georgia as well as convenient links to other Web sites related to the history, culture, and life of the state.
Provides access to historical documents that form the constitutional, legal, legislative, judicial, and administrative basis of Maryland”s government. Topics included are: Maryland’s constitutions and constitutional conventions’ proceedings, session laws, proceedings of the General Assembly, governors’ papers, and military records.
Included at this rich site are: histories, articles, and essays produced by historians, scholars, and other experts; a detailed timeline, which provides a chronological context for events occurring on both sides of the border; a moderated, interactive discussion area for visitors to post their ideas and responses; and a resources section to guide visitors to other relevant Web sites. Sponsored by KERA, PRS Online.
Prepared by George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History, Brown University. The WWW translation of Brown University’s Context 61, which serves as a resource for courses in Victorian literature.
A Stanford University web site that complements the published edition of King's writings. Until the fourteen-volume The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. is completed, researchers and students can use the resources on the Web site, which include many of King's speeches (in full text), a biography, a chronology, and scholarly articles written by project staff, including Clayborne Carson, the King Papers editor.