All the News? The American Revolution and Maryland's Press
18th century life and the advent of the American Revolution as reported in the
The American Revolution: National Discussion of Our Revolutionary Origins
Dedicated to teaching and discussion of the American Revolution from Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine. A complement to the LIBERTY! series and official web site.
Archiving Early America
Digital display of source material from 18th century America. Original newspapers, maps, writings, a crossword puzzle, and The Early American Review. (A journal of fact and opinion on the people, issues, and events of 18th century America.)
Archiving Early American History - From Revolution to Reconstruction
An html-hypertext on American history, from the colonial period until modern times.
Benjamin Franklin: Glimpses of the man
A site sponsored by the Franklin Institute Science Museum.
The Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection, Brown University Library
A fine collection of military prints.
Center for Civic Education
The mission of the Center is to promote informed, responsible participation in civic life by citizens committed to values and principles fundamental to American constitutional democracy.
A great resource for colonial history.
Common Sense by Thomas Paine
A site from Columbia University. Text from Paine writings
Eighteenth- century exhibitions
A special collection in the Library of Congress
Gunston Hall Plantation
Includes information about Virginia Declaration of Rights author George Mason.
Site with recording resources and Colonial music from two of the nations leading 18th and 19th centurty musicians and historians.
Hispanic America USA - American Revolution 1775-1783
History/ Social Studies web site for k-12 teachers
A Collection of Rare and Historical Documents
An Archiving Early America page full of good documents and articles.
Library of Congress
Military Uniforms from the Burgoyne Expedition
The Nashville Symphony
Tennessee's largest performing arts organization.
The National Archives and Records Administration
The NARA is an independent federal agency that preserves our nation's history and historical documents. The website includes the full text of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights.
National Constitution Center
A museum and Web site meant to increase public understanding of, and appreciation for, the Constitution, its history, and its contemporary relevance, so that We the People may better secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.
Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
The Institute is dedicated to the advancement of study, research, and publications bearing on the history and culture of early America to approximately 1815.
Philadelphia offical internet visitors guide
Rare map collection - Revolutionary America
The University of Georgia libraries rare map collection, includes southern battle maps
The Brigade of the American Revolution
The Brigade is a non-profit, international, educational-historical association of over 130 separate units dedicated to recreating the life and times of the soldier of the American Revolution, 1775-1783.
Page includes info on the group, including merchandise and membership.
The Papers of George Washington
Writings by and about Washington
Thomas Paine National Historical Association
Images and an archive of Paine's work.
U.S. Founding Documents
images and text from the Constitution, the Declaration, and the Federalist papers.
Williamsburg, with history sites and general publicity and tourism info on the park.