Timelines covering 3000 years of world history; includes explanation of people, events and history; maps.
World history sites arranged by subject.
This student learning tool covers various aspects of the Holocaust from an early introduction to the rescue and aftermath.
This site comes from the UK and includes a nifty date selector to find major points in history.
This resource organizes links to thousands of websites in major historical fields. Site written and maintained by scholars.
British, European and American history links.
Provides information on Greek philosophy, drama, the arts, soldiers, athletes and more.
The primary groups addressed are the Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, and Aztec.
Representative texts from the ancient cultures of the Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Islam and Europe.
Pharaohs, pyramids, mummies and more; with lots of graphics.
Includes information on literature, military, archaeology, politics, philosophy, drama and religion.
Full text documents.
Historical Collections for the National Digital Library
Created by Newspaper Collector's Society of America. American history through newspapers; arranged by subject.
Covers biographies, election results, cabinet members, term highlights and links to other Internet sources.
Wichita State University Library Special Collections
A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the study of Black History and Culture.
From the Martin Luther King Jr. Center in Atlanta. Writings of King and other civil rights leaders, plus a chronology of his life with additional links.
The Museum of Afro American History (MAAH) is a not-for-profit history institution dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans during the colonial period in New England.
Images of African Americans in the 19th Century
List of Native Tribes eligible to receive services from U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
A presentation of the Galveston County Daily News provides photos and news items of the devastating storm.
Official website of The Alamo.
Contains links for Corpus Christi history, Texas history, genealogy, census information and Hispanic genealogy.
This site provides a wealth of information on the Alamo. It also includes an illustrated chronology.
Explains the different types of Land Grants from 1836 on.
Descriptions of various hurricanes that hit the area.
Sponsored by Texas Parks & Wildlife. Links to archaeological sites, historical houses and structures, etc.
Timeline from 1500 - 1900 with links to other information.
History provided by PBS.org. Includes a timeline, biographies, and resources for educators.
Primary Source Histories
Manuscripts from the Federal Writer's Project, 1936-1940.
The Corpus Christi Public Libraries digital archives contain historical photographs, postcards, manuscripts, documents, letters, scrapbooks and diaries covering the history of Corpus Christi and its families.
The collections include historical materials such as manuscripts, letters, photographs, maps and other documents.
Covers pre-Columbian, conquest and colonial period, nineteenth century, and twentieth century.
View the history, photography and chronology of the Mexican Revolution.
Large index to Civil War sites on the Internet, arranged by subject.
Archive of primary documents including conventions, treaties official papers, personal accounts and a biographical dictionary.