This index offers access to primary documents from across Europe. Browse by country,
language, time period, and subject to locate sources. Topics range from history and
politics to health and science to literature, music, and art.
Maintained by the National Historical Society, this site provides a variety of history-related
links, including archives, upcoming historical events and exhibits, multi-media and
book reviews, and best of all, the capability to do keyword searches in selected electronic
journals, some in full-text.
This unique resource was created by a non-profit group dedicated to collecting and
publishing information about crimes against humanity in the twentieth century. This
online encyclopedia includes information from scholars, government reports, maps,
chronologies, and much more.
The Harvard University Library has created a number of digital collections that share
their historic book and image collections. This project allows scholars to see and
use original manuscripts and images online. Current collections include Islamic heritage,
epidemics, immigration, and many more.
The Royal Society offers full text access to their papers published between 1665 and
1940. Their journal archive can be used to search for and view original articles by
Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, and many others.