Bilingual collection of material on Francophone African literature written by women since the 1970s.
Lincoln/Net presents historical materials from Abraham Lincoln's Illinois years (1830-1861), including Lincoln's writings and speeches, as well as other materials illuminating antebellum Illinois.
The Lincoln Institute concentrates on providing support and assistance to scholars and groups involved in the study of the life of American's 16th President and the impact he had on the preservation of the Union, the emancipation of black slaves, and the development of democratic principles which have found worldwide application.
Provides an accessible and lively introduction to the French Revolution as well as an extraordinary archive of some of the most important documentary evidence from the Revolution.
The web site of the PBS series about the birth of the American Republic and the struggle of a loosely connected group of states to become a nation. Newspaper accounts, interactive games, dramatizations, and a chronology of the Revolution.
Informational and archival resources used in the production of the PBS series.
Affiliated with the National Gallery of Art, the site hopes to make art and its concepts more accessible to young, self-directed Internet users.
This site presents opportunities for study of the 18th century lost town of London, Maryland, from the integrated perspective of archaeological find, archival records, and material culture.
Sponsored by Kentucky Educational Television, this site supports an online course in the study of Latin and offers additional resources on Roman culture.
Resources for the study of South American, Central American, and Caribbean culture.