- History Quest
Features a number of unusual and little known facts from American history.
- PBS: Freedom: A History of U.S.
Learn why men, women, and children have lived for, sacrificed for, and died for freedom.
- U.S. History for Students
Includes tests, links, maps, projects, student work, analysis and course outlines for researching the United States with 8th graders.
- American Treasures of the Library of Congress
Permanent exhibition of the rarest, most interesting, or significant items relating to the history of the United States.
- Historical Thinking Matters
Focuses on key topics in U.S. history in order to teach students how to read primary sources critically and how to critique and construct historical narratives.
- US State Department - Office of the Historian
Publishes the official documentary history of U.S. foreign policy and provides historical research and advice for the Department of State.
- 10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America@
- Our Country, Volume I
Chronicles American history from the Viking explorations in the 10th century through the French and Indian wars.
- American Treasures
Online exhibition of the rarest, most interesting or significant items relating to America's past, drawn from every corner of the world's largest library.
- History Response Papers: In Search of Summa Diplomatica
Essay on U.S. foreign diplomacy, written by Garrett Moritz.
- Outline of American History
Covers Native American cultures and the first European settlements to the Cold War and America in the 1990s.
Offers colonial and early American history including the American Revolution, French and Indian War, Pirates, Slavery, War of 1812, Lewis and Clark. Features news, books, magazines, posters, videos, and historical content.
- Spartacus Internet Encyclopedia
Provides sketches of selected British and U.S. people, topics, and events from medieval times to the 1960s.