Web Sites of Interest

American Memory - historical collections from the Library of Congress.

Avalon Project (Yale Law School) - The Avalon Project, from Yale University’s School of Law, contains digital documents related to the fields of U. S. History and Government.

Digital History - Spend a little time learning to navigate this site and it could prove helpful.  Click on ‘Credits’ at the bottom of the home page to read about the people who have created the site and the type of material and subjects contained here.

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History - Site contains historical research materials of all types, provided by U. S. History Scholars.

History Matters

History Place - History site created in 1996 with numerous historians contributing.  Good for various topics and images.

Internet Modern History Sourcebook

National Museum of American History (Smithsonian) - Online exhibitions include Japanese Americans and the U.S. Constitution, Abraham Lincoln, Early Sixties American Culture, and the American Presidency.

New York Public Library Digital Gallery - 800,000 images...Use Browse > Subjects

Worcester Public Library - History

Sweet Search - Use this search engine to search history specific Internet resources.

Research Tools

Upper School Library eResources

Evaluating Web Pages

NoodleTools - You will need to use NoodleTools to create citations, bibliography, note cards, and outline for your paper. If you need help, please ask a librarian or teacher.

MLA Formatting Guide (Purdue OWL)

Avoiding Plagiarism

Turnitin.com - Use this tool to ensure that your writing has not been copied from an online source.