|American Memory – An online resource compiled by the Library of Congress National Digital Program.||University of Georgia Rare Map Collection - 800 historic maps spanning nearly 500 years, from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century.|
|National Archives & Records Administration – Reproducible copies of primary documents from the holdings of the National Archives of the United States.||History Wiz: the source for primary documents - These resources are places where you can find primary sources in general archives located on the internet.|
The CIA – Check out popular documents made available by the CIA to the public.
|America Singing - Nineteenth Century Songs – Song sheets from the Nineteenth Century housed in the Library of Congress.|
|The University of Oklahoma Law Center – A Chronology of US historical documents.||
Archiving Early America - historic documents from Eighteenth Century America.
|Documents of Freedom – Independence Hall Association site publishing American Documents.||
American Cultures - classic texts in U.S. History.
Songs in American History - American Folk and Traditional Music with Lyrics, Midi Files,
|Avalon Project of the Yale Law School – Documents in law, history and diplomacy.|
|Find A Grave – See the gravesites of thousands of famous people.||
Smithsonian Institute's web site for children.
|Teaching with Historic Places - Teaching with Historic Places has developed more than sixty classroom-ready lesson plans that together range across American history.||
History Net – Includes primary
sources in American history.