Historical Links

Professional Associations

Archives, Museums, and Libraries

Other Links to Primary Sources

  • Hyper History On-line Comprehensive site covering 3,000 years of world history using text, images, and web links to provide essential reference information for teachers and students.
  • Center for History and New Media sponsors a variety of digital history projects incorporating primary sources for studying history.
  • Humanities Text Initiative of the University of Michigan provides access to full-text editions of a wide variety of historical primary sources in many areas.
  • Digital Vaults is an interactive website from the National Archives with more than 1,200 items, including official documents, personal accounts, images, and maps.
  • Archive of American Politics at Rutgers University's Eagleton Institute of Politics includes a variety of electronic reproductions of primary sources from all eras of American political history.
  • Public Papers of the Presidency includes a wide range of primary source material on the public communications of American presidents, as well as election data and statistical information.
  • Illinois History Resource Page Explore the history of Illinois on this state website, with lots of links to related websites.

History Links for K-12 Educators