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African-American
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Arab Countries
Asian-American History
Atlases
Baseball
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Historiography
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Russia
Science
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World History
World War I
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Historiography Class

General Gateway Sites

Historiography: Discussion Lists and Reviews

  • H-Net
    A gateway to over 100 history discussion lists.

Documents and Interviews

Atlases

World History

Africa

Ancient

Arab Countries

Asia

Canada

China

Europe

Exploration

  • Age of Exploration (Mariner’s Museum)
    Traces the history of exploration beginning with the Egyptians, Phoenicians, Greeks, and continuing on through Columbus, Magellan, etc. Includes the evolution of steering ships, a timeline, and biographies of explorers. Geared toward high school students.
  • Columbus and the Age of Discovery
    Contains over 1100 full-text articles from magazines, journals, newspapers, speeches, and other materials about Columbus.
  • The Silk Road
    History and development of the Silk Road, plus information on the Mongols.

France

Germany

Great Britain/Scotland/Ireland

Holocaust

India

Japan

  • J-Guide Stanford Guide to Japan Information Resources

Judaism

Latin America

Medieval and Renaissance

Middle East

Russia

United States General History

United States Chronological

Colonial U.S.

Revolution and Early U.S.

Civil War, Slavery, Reconstruction

Imperialism

Twentieth Century

World War I

World War II

Vietnam War

United States Topical

African-American

American Religious History

Asian-American History

California and the West

Depression

Military

Native American

Presidents

Trials

  • Famous American Trials
    Details on 12 famous trials: Leopold & Loeb, Scopes, Rosenbergs, Amistad, Bill Haywood, Salem Witchcraft, My Lai, Scottsboro, Dakota Conflict, Mississippi Burning, Chicago Seven, and Johnson Impeachment. Author is Dr. Douglas Linder of the UMKC Law School.

Western United States

Women

Religious/Church History

Early Christian Church

Reformation

Islam

History of Science

Baseball

  • Baseball Cards, 1887-1914
    Exhibit of about 2000 early trading cards, including Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson, etc. From the Library of Congress American Memory Project.

Historiography Class

http://history.vanguard.edu/research-guidelines/footnotes-and-bibliography/