• AMDOCS: Documents for the Study of American History 
    This website features a wide variety of primary documents including speeches, diary entries, government treaties from 1400 to present.
  • American Journeys Eyewitness Accounts of Early American Exploration and Settlement
    Website includes primary resources, images, and lesson plans.
  • American Studies Hypertexts
    University of Virginia
    A variety of historical literary pieces including both works of fiction and non-fiction including works by Harriet Jacobs, W.E.B. DuBois, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson.
  • Archive for the History of Economic Thought 
    McMaster University
    This archive is an attempt to collect in one place a large number of significant texts in the history of economic thought.
  • Center for War and Society
    The Center's website contains oral histories, information on research materials, upcoming conferences, lectures and other links.
  • The Concord Review, Inc.
    This website includes links to The Concord Review (a journal of history for secondary students), The National Writing Board, and National History Club. 
  • Constitutional Rights Foundation
    Youth News, Views, Action offers methods, information, and Internet resources for young people to: Explore the world, nation, and their community; Express their ideas and opinions about vital issues; Deal with important school and community problems.
  • Core Documents of U.S. Democracy
    U.S. Government Printing Office
    To provide American citizens direct online access to the basic Federal Government documents that define our democratic society, a core group of current and historical Government publications is being made available for free, permanent, public access via GPO Access. These titles contain information which is vital to the democratic process and critical to an informed electorate.
  • Douglass: Archive of American Public Address
    Douglass is an electronic archive of American oratory and related documents
  • EdSiteMent
    EdSiteMent contains a variety of resources for the humanities including websites and lesson plans.
  • Folkwriting
    A curriculum workbook designed to teach folkwriting in the classroom.
  • Founders Library 
    The Founder's Library is an archive for writings and speeches by political leaders, court decisions, and political documents spanning the length of American history.
  • The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History 
    This website includes resources, teacher seminars, programs, and exhibitions.
  • History Now
    A new online quarterly journal featuring lesson plans, historical articles, and interactive activities.
  • Library of Congress
    The Library of Congress offers teachers a variety of resources, including: online chats with librarians, classroom resources and activities, lesson plans, thematic approaches, photographs, and much more.
  • National Archives
    The National Archives' Education page contains resources for both teachers and students. Find primary resources, lesson plans, information on both remote and on-site workshops, and how to use primary resources in the classroom.  
  • Smithsonian Institution
    The Smithsonian offers a vast array of resources from lesson plans to professional development to publications. Starting this fall, they will be launching a new website "Smithsonian Source" which features an object from their collection along with a short video on how to interpret the object.
  • TN4Me
    The Tennessee State Museum's education website for teachers and students, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 
  • Volunteer Voices
    The Tennessee State Library & Archives, University of Tennessee Libraries, Humanities Tennessee, and Tenn-Share is working to develop a state-wide digital collection. This website is working to preserve and share access to Tennessee's rich history and diverse culture. It will include sources from all 95 counties in the state.