Chronicle of the Black Death
The British Library | Jul 21, 2021The resource is part of the British Library “Timelines: Sources from History” that allows users to explore collection items chronologically from...
Documenting the American South
University Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | Jul 20, 2021The resource is a digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to southern history, literature, and culture.
A-Z Databases: South Asian Studies
UC-Berkeley South Asian Studies Department | Jul 6, 2021The resource includes a variety of topics in South Asian History with links to archives on Religions, Languages, Politics, and other topics.
Ask an Archeologist
Archaeological Research Facility, University of California Berkeley; the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology; University of California Berkeley | Jun 24, 2021The resourceis a series of live-streamed interviews co-hosted by the Archaeological Research Facility and the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
Goldberg Center, OSU
History Department, Ohio State University | Jun 22, 2021This website links to resource-rich sites such as eHistory, a collection of primary sources and documentary material, and Outreach which...
SMU Libraries Digital Collections
Southern Methodist University Libraries | Jun 21, 2021The resource is home to 98 collections of digital photographs, recordings, paintings, letters, postcards, documents, films, newspapers, yearbooks, oral histories, and...
Teaching About the Holocaust Online
US Holocaust Memorial Museum | Jun 17, 2021The resource offers a wide range of robust online educational resources
Canada's Dark Side
Susan Neylan / Origins, The Ohio State University and Miami University of Ohio | Jun 10, 2021The resource uses Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations of 2017 as a means to shine light on the ways Aboriginal Peoples have...
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.