Anna Reser and Leila McNeill | Jun 11, 2021The resource is a magazine for the history and popular culture of science.
Farber Gravestone Collection
American Antiquarian Society | Jun 3, 2021The resource documents more than 9,000 New England gravestones, carved in the 16th through 19th centuries, with most made prior to 1800.
Digital Collections from the Washington Library
Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington | Jun 2, 2021The resource is a collection of letters, documents, ledgers, newspapers, and photographs.
British Library Flickr
British Library | Jun 2, 2021The resource offers access to millions of public domain images, which the public is encouraged to explore and re-use.
The British Library — Teaching Resources
The British Library | Jun 1, 2021The resource is comprised of almost 250 individual units; most are in English, with a few in French, German, Italian, and Serbian.
Jacqueline Antonovich, Muhlenberg College, Executive Editor | May 24, 2021The resource is an open access, peer-reviewed, collaborative blog project that ties historical scholarship to present-day issues related to gender and medicine.
George Washington's Mount Vernon — Educational Resources
Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union | May 18, 2021The resource immerses teachers and students into Washington’s world at Mount Vernon and beyond.
Museum of History and Holocaust Education
Kennesaw State University | May 13, 2021The resource has various tools to help K-12 and university teachers deliver course content and activities on WWII and Holocaust history.
Ben Franklin's World
Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture | May 12, 2021The resource is a podcast for people who love history and want to know more about the early American past.