- Mark Twain Papers and Project, The
From The Bancroft Library at UC Berkeley. Working towards a comprehensive scholarly edition of all of Mark Twain's private papers and published works.
- Mark Twain Quotations
"It is my belief that nearly any invented quotation, played with confidence, stands a good chance to deceive."
- Mark Twain Live
Touring one-man play which portrays one of the America's greatest humorist, by Mike Randall.
Information about the Mark Twain Forum mailing list, and other Twainian links.
- Mark Twain: A Film Directed by Ken Burns
Online companion to the PBS documentary on the life, works, and influence of Samuel Clemens. Includes an interactive scrapbook, classroom activities, and selected writings.
- Romancing the Indian
Comparison of the sentimentalizing and demonizing representations of American Indians in the works of James Fenimore Cooper, Mark Twain, and other nineteenth-century American authors.
- Mark Twain in His Times
From the Electronic Text Center at UVA.
- New York Review of Books: The Lives and Loves of Samuel Clemens
Review by Larry McMurtry of two Clemens biographies.
- Mark Twain's Mississippi
Digital library of Twain's own Mississippi novels and reminiscences plus additional texts, photographs, and sound files that describe life in the the Mississippi Valley from the 1830s to the 1890s.
- Online NewsHour: Mark Twain
July 2001 special feature on the discovery and publication of the lost Mark Twain story, A Murder, a Mystery, and a Marriage.
- Mark Twain in Hartford
Special from The Hartford Courant, examining the life of Samuel Clemens and his family when they resided in Hartford, Connecticut.
- University of California Press: This is Mark Twain
Information about Mark Twain and the Mark Twain Papers from the University of California Press, with a timeline, slideshow, and video about Twain's autobiography.