An engaging reference portal to the most-studied topics in US history.
History & Social Studies
Resources on culture, government, and history.
Americapedia : taking the dumb out of freedom by Jodi Lynn Anderson, Daniel Ehrenhaft, Andisheh Nourae
Biographies of the American Revolution : Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, John Paul Jones, and more edited by Michael Anderson
Biographies of colonial America : Sir Walter Raleigh, Powhatan, Phillis Wheatley, and more edited by Sherman Hollar
Biographies of the New World : Leif Eriksson, Henry Hudson, Charles Darwin, and more edited by Michael Anderson
Biographies of the new world power : Rutherford B. Hayes, Thomas Alva Edison, Margaret Sanger, and more edited by Michael Anderson
Gay America : struggle for equality by Linas Alsenas
Great leaders by Brian Mooney
Great philosophers by Jeremy Stangroom and James Garvey
How they choked : failures, flops, and flaws of the awfully famous by Georgia Bragg
How they croaked : the awful ends of the awfully famous by Georgia Bragg
Lost cities and forgotten civilizations by Michael Pye and Kirsten Dalley
Notorious tyrants by Nigel Cawthorne
Country Studies - Library of Congress
Excellent site for descriptions of social, economic, political, historical and national security systems of countries all over the world.
History - Primary Source Materials
Need primary source documents for an assignment? Try this Library of Congress American Memory resource.
Everything you want to know about gods and goddesses of different cultures from around the world.
Religions of the World
Quick and detailed information about world religions and the ethics they advocate.
State and Local Governments
Resource page from the Library of Congress, meta-indexes for state and local government information.
U.S. Government Legislative Information
Get up-to-date information on current federal legislation, as well as information about other branches of the government.
Subject Headings / Dewey Numbers
900's History & Geography
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