Ever wonder if your favorite history book is in electronic form? Find out at this site. This is the page of listings under subject, similar to the Library of congress, numbering system. Those found are linked to and readable via your browser.
In this article by Joseph J. Ellis, you will learn about Jefferson and his contradictions. It is in 7 parts and includes a bibliography of material discussed in the article.
This is a collection of essays on the American Revolution located at H-Net. You can respond to these essays, which is very useful for debate purposes.
This page contains a list of listservs sponsored by H-Net. All eras and topics of history can be found here. You can subscribe to them from this page.
This is the website's mission.."Franklin’s Opus’ goal is to provide a world-class education for all students." This is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania aand is the trade name of the American Institute of Historians and History Educators.