Department of History and Anthropology--Useful Links
- HiAn--Useful Links
Useful Internet Links, courtesy of the
EUP Department of History and Anthropology
Jobs and Employment
- See the Department's listing of jobs sites in the government and private sector.
- Edinboro Area Historical Society
- Edinboro Lake Watershed Association.Local folks who work to protect the lake.
- Borough of Edinboro
- Link to Edinboro businesses/issues
- Link to Meadville connections
- GoErie.com Web site of the Erie newspaper, the Times-News.
- Oil Region Alliance.Heritage tourism site for the birthplace of the petroleum industry
- Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
- State of Pennsylvania Home Page
- Pennsylvania Hall of Fame
Biographies of outstanding Pennsylvanians.
- Philadelphia Information Locator Service
"A cooperative initiative of the Philadelphia Department of Records and the Free Library of Philadelphia."
Includes a link to the City of Philadelphia home page.
- Keystone Trails Association
"an alliance of organizations and individuals who share a
common interest in hiking opportunities in Pennsylvania and neighboring states."
Historical and Professional Organizations
- American Historical Association
The AHA is the major national organization for all historians
in the United States, regardless of area of specialty or interest.
- AHA's History Doctoral Programsin the United States and Canada
- Organization of American Historians
The OAH is the major national organization of those who specialize
in the history of the United States.
The OAH home page contains a link to the Revised History Standards.
- The World History Association.
This group "was founded in 1982 by a group of teachers and academics
determined to address the needs and interests of what was then
a newly emerging historical sub-discipline and teaching field."
- The National Council on Public History
Members of NCPH specialize in history outside of colleges and universities.
The NCPH home page contains a link to jobs sites.
- The Society for History in the Federal Governmentalso posts employment notices.
- American Foreign Service Officers' Association
The professional association for Foreign Service Officers.
- The History Net
"From the world's largest history magazine publisher"---commercialized or popularized
history: magazines, today in history, videos, etc...
- National History Day Site
See what high school and middle school students are up to in their work in a national contest.
- Link to Pennsylvania's History Day site
- Philadelphia's History Day site
- New York's History Day site
- Ohio's History Day site
- H-Net's History Day discussion site
Today in History Sites
- Library of Congress site
- The History Channel's site
- Nickeyspostcards.com's site
- Radioearth.com's site
- Today in History of Psychology
- Citation Guides for History Students:
One|| Two|| Three
- American Anthropological Association Citation guide
- History Conferences Worldwide
A list of history conferences during the next year or more.
- National Archives and Records Administration
Our collective basement and attic.
- Full text of REVIEWS IN AMERICAN HISTORY
- University of St. Francis site
An electronic portal, courtesy of Jeff Chamberlain, Associate Professor of History,
University of St. Francis (Joliet, IL), to a number of important history- oriented sites.
The hub of electronic discussions on historical topics and the
center of world-wide historical discussion with most, but not all lists,
- Institute for Historical Research
Based at the University of London (England, not Ohio or Ontario).
- History Channel
Check for program schedules for a wide variety of specials, movies, etc...
- Hanover University History Department
Persevere and you will find some interesting documents and texts,
along with a guide to writing research papers.
- University of California at Santa Cruz Regional History Project
Oral history archive focusing on the Central Coast of California
- American Society for Literature on the Environment
- Transitions Online
A major source for current news from Eastern Europe
and the states of the former Soviet Union.
- Russian and East European Studies at Pitt
A comprehensive index of electronic resources on the Balkans, the
Baltic States, the Caucases, Central Asia, the CIS, Eastern Europe, the
NIS, the Russian Federation and former states of the Soviet Union.
Sponsored by the Center for Russian and East European Studies of the
University of Pittsburgh.
- University of Saskatchewan History Department
An interesting collection of material and links.
- Rice U. Subject tree[Obsolete Web Version]
- Rice U. Internet Navigation aids
- The public's library and digital archive
- Leadership Information Archive
The gateway to Presidential Libraries and a variety of sources and links
on the Presidency and Presidents.
- CSPAN's series on the lives of Presidents
- Noteworthy gravesites
Find out who's buried where.
U.S. Historical and Cultural and U.S. Government Sites
- National Park Service
Of particular interest to public school teachers is the link to "Tools for Teaching."
- Colonial Williamsburg
Follow the "Teach" link to find teaching resources.
- Monticello/T. Jefferson
A site with an excellent overview of a typical day in Thomas Jefferson's life.
- U.S. Government Printing Office
The entry point for a large number of U.S. Government publications online.
- The White House home page
- Fedworld WWW site
Another entry point for current government publications and documents
online. This site has a search capability.
- Canadian Federal Government
The official Canadian government site. As you might expect it has
a French language capability.
- IDEAS - CBC Radio
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's "premier program of contemporary
thought." On the air Monday-Friday, 9-10 PM.
- George M. Welling-- Computers and history pioneer in the Netherlands
- Campus newspapers and newsletters
- NPR-National Public Radio Online news from NPR
Alternative, iconoclastic, anti-technology, and simply interesting sites
- Gerald Phillips
A web critic.
- SLATE on-line magazine
A somewhat hip vision of current news.
- Country Joe McDonald's page
Return to the 60's.
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