Here is a link to the History Channel website.
Internet History Sourcebooks -- collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use.
|Best of History Websites.|
A long list of history and archeology links, in no discernable order.
|The History Guide "has been created for the high school and undergraduate student who is either taking classes in history, or who intends to major in history in college."|
|HistoryWorld: making history make sense|
|General WWW Resources for the Study of History|
Greater Anthropology is a page that take a wider view of archeology and anthropology than just the physical evidence.
|The Ultimate Tree Ring Web Pages: Dendrochronology guide.|
|Hyper History Online|
|Historical Text Archive: publishes high quality articles, books, essays, documents, historical photos, and links, screened for content, for a broad range of historical subjects.|
|EyeWitness to World History.|
|American History websites, from the Homework Center|
|ICTeachers History links|
|ABCentral's History Links|
|A list of timeline links (mostly dealing with the 20th century).|
|A list of general history links|
|Old Maps Online: sort of a Google for historical maps.|
Reenactor.net is a good place to look for living history/historical reenacting.
Beginner's guide to historical reenactments.
|Archive CD Books|
|Pre Construct Archeology is a company specializing in fast archeological projects on construction sites.|
|The Archeology Channel|
|British Archeology magazine|
|Society of Primitive Technology|
|ARCHway: searchable resource compiling the archaeology journal holdings of over 20 UK university, museum and private libraries.|
|Rare Book School is an independent non-profit educational institute supporting the study of the history of books and printing and related subjects.|
|Forums at Military Discussion.com|
|SITE O is an international research/discussion group of people from around the world. All the members have an interest in fortifications and/or artillery.|
|Past Horizons: Adventures in Archeology.|
|Online Journal of Military Archeology from the Fortress Explorers Society|
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