HISTORY RESEARCH - PEOPLE
|American National Biography Online|
First published in 24 volumes in 1999, this electronic version offers biographical portraits of more than 18,700 people. Updates appear quarterly and the database contains more than 80,000 hyperlinked cross-references.
Using the acronym for “journal storage”, this collection contains complete back issues of 241 scholarly journals in a wide range of disciplines. Issues from the most recent five years for each title are not included in the collection.
|ProQuest Research Library|
Contains the citations and abstracts of over 1,000 titles in the broad areas of social sciences and law. Of those 1,000 titles, 710 provide users with full-text, images and graphics online. Indexing and full-text coverage begins in the early 1990s for most titles.
|American Presidency Project|
Housed at the University of California, Santa Barbara, this archive collection of around 76,000 documents has significant portions (if not entirely) digitized for searching on this website.
The PBS site to supplement a 10-hour series that aired in April 2000 profiling all 41 American presidents. Provides "tools and resources to learn and discover about a uniquely American idea -- the Presidency." Web and other resources for each president.
|American Presidents: Life Portraits|
A site to complement C-SPAN's 20th anniversary television series, American Presidents: Life Portraits that aired March-December 1999. Includes RealVideo archives of the programming with additional resources on biographical facts, key events of the presidency, and presidential places.
|Benjamin Franklin: In His Own Words|
Complements an exhibit at the Library of Congress that will be on display through June 17, 2006. Marking the tercentenary of Franklin's birth, this exhibition, concentrates on his achievements as a printer and writer, an inventor and scientist, and, particularly, as a politician and statesman.
|Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum|
Located in Abilene, KS.
Links to biographies and works of more than 85 sociologists.
|Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum|
|George Bush Presidential Library and Museum|
Located in College Station, Texas
|George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum|
"The George W. Bush Presidential records are governed by the Presidential Records Act (PRA). Under the provisions of the PRA, George W. Bush Presidential records are not available to public access requests for the first five years after the end of the Administration. George W. Bush Presidential records will become subject to Freedom of Information Act requests on January 20, 2014."
|Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum|
Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
|Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum|
|Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum|
Located in West Branch, Iowa, the Herbert Hoover Library and Museum is part of the Presidential Library system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration, a Federal government agency."
|History Channel - Speeches|
Hear the words that changed the world. From Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech to Lou Gehrig's farewell to baseball, more than 100 RealAudio clips drawn from the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the twentieth century.
|Jimmy Carter Library and Museum|
"Located in Atlanta, Georgia, the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum is part of the Presidential Library system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration, a Federal government agency."
|John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum|
Located in Boston, Massachusetts
|Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library and Museum|
Located in Austin, Texas
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute|
Houses the largest online archive of King's papers.
Biographies, Bibliographies, Criticisms of modern authors and works--Kafka, Joyce, etc.
|National Women's Hall of Fame|
Biographical information with sources of additional information for more than 200 American women who have been recognized as leaders.
|Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, National Archives, and Records Administration|
Official source for all records pertaining to Reagan's administration.
|Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center|
Houses the library and papers of the 19th president of the U.S.
|William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum|
Located in Little Rock, Arkansas
|Writings of George Washington from the original manuscript sources, 1745-1799|
Searchable full-text of Washington's papers.
Full Text Available - These electronic resources offer the full text of some (if not all) items.
Restricted Access - These electronic resources may only be used by PHC students, faculty, and staff.