Textbook, primary source, and multimedia American history resources.
The National Archives Experience: Digital Vaults is an interactive exploration of history that examines thousands of documents, photographs, and pieces of history that have been integrated in a digital format.
The Historical Marker Database
An illustrated searchable online resource of local historical information found on geotagged roadside and other outdoor markers and monuments.
Library of Congress: American Memory
Secondary and primary source materials, recordings, images, prints, maps, and sheet music documenting the history of the United States.
National Register of Historic Places
Maintained by the National Park Service, this website includes sample travel itineraries, monthly online exhibits, and teaching resources.
United States National Archives and Records Administration
Historic documents, veterans’ service records, genealogical materials, online exhibits, and more.
Major categories include: Ancient History, Archaeology, Church and State, Science and Discovery, Society and Conflict, War and Culture, and Family History.
General information on World and American history including articles and video content.
General information on World and American history topics. Includes video clips from PBS.
General World and American history including resources for students and educators.
New Jersey History
New Jersey Digital Highway
A collaboration between Rutgers University Libraries, The New Jersey State Library, The New Jersey Division of Archives and Records Management, The New Jersey Historical Society, and the American Labor Museum, NJDH serves as a portal for digital historical and cultural resources.
New Jersey State Archives
Access to historic documents including the NJ state constitutions and digital exhibits.
New Jersey State Historic Sites
Maintained by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry, this website gives information on State Owned Historic Sites that everyone can visit.
Visit NJ: History
Maintained by the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism, this website includes information about NJ historic sites, memorials, and museums. Searchable by ADA compliance, family/pet friendliness, free admission, and other factors useful to travelers.