Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

The Gilder Lehrman Institute for American History offers a variety of resources to promote the study of American history, including online collections, archives, teaching modules, and links to valuable educational resources.

Galileo Project

The history of modern science reflected in the life of its seminal practitioner.

French Ministry of Culture

A gateway to the cultural resources of France.

Freedmen and Southern Society Project

Historical papers chronicling emancipation during the Civil War.

Frederick Douglass Papers Project

Makes the papers of this prolific African American figure in his historical context available to a broad audience.

First World War.com

This website provides an overview of the First World War, and is intended at a general rather than academic readership.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary

The site offers a comprehensive view of F. Scott Fitzgerald's life, works, and influence on American literature. Links to audio clips, film clips, and quotations from Fitzgerald and other notable figures deepen visitors' understanding of the author.

Exploring the West from Monticello

Multimedia resources for the study of the time from Columbus up to the expedition of Lewis and Clark.

Exploring Constitutional Law

This site explores some of the great issues and controversies that surround our Nation's founding document.

Exploring Ancient World Cultures

A collection of essays, images, and primary and secondary sources focusing on a range of ancient cultures.