- 1900 vs. Now
Then vs. Now. The world in the 1900’s was very different from now. In the 1900’s the world population was about 1.6 billion compared to over 6 billion .
- About.com 1900’s
Lots of information about the 20th Century from the people at About.com.
Images of over 7,000 advertisements printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and magazines between 1911 and 1955.
- The Ancient Greek World
Topics include land and time, daily life, economics, and religion.
- AP European History Page
1000s of links to great web sites and primary source documents.
- Any Day in History
find out birthdays, death dates, and special events that happened any day of the year
- Best of History Web Sites
Professor Chris Witcombe of Sweet Briar College has perhaps the best organized collection of art history links on the Web.
- Discoverers Web Homesite
Links and information on voyages of discovery. Explorers by period or region.
- Ellis Island American Family Immigration History Center
If you have an ancestor who came to the US through Ellis Island, check here to find him/her.
- Encyclopedia of the Orient
Specialized encyclopaedia for the Middle East and North Africa. In-depth articles with loads of illustrations.
- Eyewitness: History Through the Eyes of Those Who Lived It
Profiles of historical characters and events from ancient times to today, told with the images and words of those who lived it.
- Histor esearch.com
Histor eSearch was created for students, history teachers and history buffs. We now features links to K-12 history lesson plans and activities.
- The History Channel
The History Channel is a cable television station offering programming related to historical events and people.
- History and Historiography
Wonderful site by Carnegie-Mellon University with history documents.
- History For Kids
The ‘History for Kids’ section of the BBC History website.
- History For Kids!
History for Kids – Homework Help for Tweens and Teens. Lots of information about North America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
- History for Kids
Free History Network for kids!
- History’s Happening
History’s Happening is a kid’s safe site for historical research.
- History Link 101
The cultures of Africa, Aztec, China, Egypt, Greece, Mayan, Mesopotamia, Rome, Olmec, Prehistory, Middle Ages and World War II are divided into categories of Art, Biographies, Daily Life, Maps, Pictures and Research and more.
- History Links
A huge list of history links.
- The History Net
Categorized history articles, features, thumbnailed picture gallery, discussion board, and special events and exhibits.
- History On-Line
From the Institute of Historical Research, this site provides a listing of web sites and online resources for history. Web sites.
- Hyper History Online
HyperHistory Online navigates through 3 000 years of World History with links to important persons of world historical importance;
- Illustrated History of The Roman Empire
Includes biographies of emperors, timelines, interactive maps, and sections on the society and the military.
- MacroHistory: prehistory to the 21st century
World history, timelines, maps, ideas, realities and trends across the ages and yesterday, by Frank Smitha.
- Migrations in History
Migrations in History explores the nature and complexity of the movement of peoples, cultures, ideas, and objects.
- My Facts Page : Historical Information Resources
Lengthy, unannotated list of hundreds of history resources. You could explore all day here.
- My Virtual Reference Desk – History
The Encyclopedia of World History: Ancient, Medieval, and Modern
- Odyssey Online
A journey to explore Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and sub-Saharan African cultures. Make your own discoveries through cool puzzles, games,
- Perseus Project
Includes texts from the classical and Renaissance world.
- Spartacus Internet Encyclopedia of British History
Lots and lots of links to British history.
- A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust
A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust offers an overview of the people and events of the Holocaust. Extensive teacher resources are included.
- This Day in History
From the History Channel, find out what happened on any given day.
- Time Capsule
from dMarie.com, enter a date and find out about the music, movies, and other items about that day.
- Wacky Patent of the Month
The Wacky Patent of the Month is devoted to recognizing selected inventors and their remarkable and unconventional patented inventions. Also includes information on the patent process.
- WebSites for Historians
The following links will be of use to students of History.
- Yahoo History List
Explore history through sites offering articles, personal accounts, documents, timelines, photographs, and biographies.
- Year by Year 1900-2007
Highlights the most important events of the century, time line, cultural events, and natural disasters. Includes a history quiz for various decades.