- American Women's History: a research guide - Subject and state indexes to print and internet sources. General history and women's history.
- Best of History Websites - Annotated links to over 1000 quality history web sites, useful for schoolwork. Contains links to a variety of PBS, BBC, and other credible sites.
- HyperHistory Online - Color-coded timelines of people and events by historical period over the past 3000 years. Deceased people only. Most prominent individuals only.
- World History Timeline , a similar resource to HyperHistory Online, gives a comprehensive narrative of world events, 1000-1799 by decade, 1800 to present by year. From the History Channel. To search, choose World Timeline on left, then select century.
- Internet Archive - A digital library of internet sites and other cultural artifacts. Includes text, audio recordings, movies, software, and archived webpages.
- Library of Congress American Memory - Access to the manuscript collections at the Library of Congress, selected topics only, best for browsing. View documents, photographs, videos.
- World History –The History Channel’s site. Pleasing to the eye, varied resources, good section with audio/video of historic speeches.
- Vermont Timeline : Brief list of events in Vermont history including a few pre-historic events. Produced by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation.
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