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Don Mabry's Historical Text Archive

Logo, Don Mabry's Historical Text Archive

Provides more than 5,100 links to historical texts, with more than 1,600 on U.S. history topics. The latter are organized into subcategories according to time period, section, states, biographies, wars, presidents, foreign policy, and business history. Separate categories on women's history and African-American history provide more than 80 and 140 links, respectively, while the Latin American category offers more than 400. More than 100 links pertain to teaching. The site allows visitors the opportunity to rate links and lists the date a link was added, number of hits, and rating. In addition, the site offers an eclectic collection of articles, books, documents, maps, and photographs in the following areas: Africa, African-Americans, Asia, Europe, Genealogy, Hungary, the Internet, Korean War, Latin America, Mexico, Persian Gulf, Religion, Rock 'n' Roll, U.S., World War I, and World War II. The U.S. section includes 63 articles, most of which deal with wars, international relations, and American Indians. The site's creator is a professor of history at the University of Mississippi. Valuable primarily for the links.

 
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