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The history of the United States from 1865 (Paper 24)

Part I, Paper 24
  • AMDOCS: Documents for the Study of American History: links to major historical U.S. documents, most of which are related to the nation's political, diplomatic, military, and legal history; includes speeches, statutes, treaties, court decisions, memoirs, diaries, and lettersSee America
  • Brown Digital Repository: projects to digitize various of Brown University's special collections; includes Alcohol, Temperance & Prohibition, and manuscripts and materials relating to Abraham Lincoln
  • Cambridge Histories Online*: full texts of the Cambridge History series (titles include The Cambridge economic history of the United States, and The Cambridge history of American foreign relations)
  • Congressional Record: Predecessors*: digitized public account of all legislative debate in the United States Congress, containing a substantially verbatim account of discussion and decisions of Congress on nearly all the major and minor policies and concerns of the day, as well as inserted materials, communications from the president and the executive branch agencies, memorials, petitions, and information and materials on legislation being introduced or passed
  • National Archives (US): website of the National Archives, which includes extensive online catalogues and collections
    • U.S. Declassified Documents Online (USDDO)*: digital collection of over 75,000 declassified documents from various government agencies, including the White House, the CIA, the FBI, the State Department, and others
    • USMA Digital Collections: documentation from the archive collections of the United States Military Academy, including many historic maps
    • Virtual Vietnam Archive: 3.2 million pages of scanned materials, including documents, photographs, slides, negatives, oral histories, etc., on the Vietnam War

    (Resources marked * denote those subscribed to by the University Library; should any of the links not work, go to the eresources & ejournals page and try accessing the resource from there.)