Selected Annotated Links prepared by
The last five years have seen an explosion of computer-based resources
in historical studies. Teachers, libraries, museums, and state and federal
government organizations freely offer material through the World Wide Web.
Selected Internet Resources
suggested by the subscribers of
A poll of the 1,350 subscribers of H-OIEAHC, an electronic association in
early American studies sponsored by H-NET and the Omohundro Institute of
Early American History and Culture, resulted in this list of valuable
Internet resources in colonial and Revolutionary America and the early
Reviews. A number of the books reviewed by H-LAW subscribers concern
eighteenth-century and nineteenth-century American law, and a number of
the reviewers are among the scholars most active in articulating legal
studies for the Internet.
from several H-NET lists. The electronic associations of H-NET
and other organizations give teachers, scholars, librarians, and advanced
students a way to discuss and debate their professional interests. Here
are archived several discussions concerning the Revolution, its social and
intellectual context, and the U.S. Constitution.