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Digital Librarian: A Librarian's Choice of the Best of the [History] Web

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A librarian in Cortland, NY, maintains this eclectic compilation of more than 1,000 history links. Brief annotations introduce most of the links, which include primary and secondary sources. The site offers a wide range of links, including dictionaries, autobiographies, state and federal documents, museums and libraries, books, speeches, and articles.

Listings are arranged alphabetically and also in the following categories: African Americans, Asian resources, classics and ancient world, electronic texts, genealogy, images, Judaica, Latin American resources, medieval and Renaissance studies, Middle East, Native American resources, railroads and waterways, the southwest, and women's resources.

Updated regularly.

 
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