- New Deal Network
Educational guide to the Great Depression of the 1930s, from the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute. Find Depression documents, photographs, and politcal cartoons, as well as background and facts about the era.
- Wikipedia: New Deal
Describes President Franklin D. Roosevelt's legislative agenda for "rescuing" the United States from the Great Depression in the 1930s.
- New Deal Cultural Programs
Details the U.S. government's first direct investment in American cultural development, as well as censorship, and declining support after the release of the Dies Committee report in 1939.
- Tennessee Valley Authority: History
Timeline of the agency from its creation in 1933, its contribution to Valley life in the 1930s and to industry in the 1940s, and its growth and development to the present.
- Spartacus Educational: Roosevelt and the New Deal
Links to articles about political leaders of the period, specific New Deal legislation, and more.
- Social Security Program: History
Articles, oral histories, chronology, and more from the Social Security Administration.
- American Experience: The New Deal
Overview of the series of reforms Franklin Roosevelt introduced during the first hundred days of his presidency to help meet the basic needs of people struck by the Great Depression.
- Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the New Deal
Describes Roosevelt's "alphabet soup" programs to use the power of the federal government to get the country out of the Great Depression.
- Real Deal: The Battle to Define FDR's Social Programs
Provides speeches, editorials, and political cartoons to help people understand the New Deal based on its original arguments.
- Roosevelt University Center for New Deal Studies
Features resources and activities that deepen our understanding of the lives of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, and of the social, economic, political, and cultural history of the New Deal era in American history.
- H-US1918-45 Discussion Network
Forum for research and teaching the history of the United States from 1918 to 1945, especially the New Deal era and its origins.