New York Public Library Digital Images
New York Public Library | Apr 22, 2021The resource showcases the library's global collection of photographs, documents, books, and other primary historical and cultural sources.
Colonial North America at Harvard Library
Harvard Library, Harvard University | Apr 22, 2021The resource is an ongoing, multi-year project designed to make available approximately 650,000 digitized pages of the institution’s 17th- and 18th-century North American materials.
Children in the Slave Trade
Colleen Vasconcellos and Susan Douglass | Apr 19, 2021The resource is a long teaching module that engages students in primary source-driven lessons on this overlooked topic; until recently, slave...
Matrix, the Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences, Michigan State University | Apr 19, 2021The resource allows users to explore or reconstruct the lives of individuals who were enslaved, who were enslavers, or who participated in the slave trade.
Conferencing the International
Dr Benjamin Thorpe, based on the archival research of Prof Stephen Legg, as part of the AHRC-funded "Conferencing the International" project | Mar 31, 2021The resource offers a study of the failed India Round Table Talks (London, 1930-1932).
Baker Library Special Collections, Harvard University | Mar 24, 2021The resource offers students an opportunity to investigate the British South Sea Company and the 1720 financial crisis through a rich...
Abby Mullen, Host and Executive Producer | Mar 8, 2021The resource is a narrative-style podcast which contextualizes nineteenth-century US diplomatic history through consular roles, responsibilities, and actions.
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University | Feb 8, 2021The resource contains primary sources on Ireland, Scotland, and the United Kingdom.
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
David Rumsey | Jan 18, 2021This resource is composed of 16th through 21st century historical maps.
Crime and Punishment
National Archives UK | Dec 21, 2020The resource examines crime, prevention, and punishment in England in four periods, starting before 1450 and ending in the 20th century.