Encyclopedia Mythica is an online encyclopedia on mythology, folklore,
and legends. It currently contains over 6,100 entries on gods and
goddesses, heroes, legendary creatures and beings from all over the
Languages of the World
about individual languages of the world such as where spoken and number
of speakers. Database is searchable alphabetically as well as regionally.
Maintained by the
European University Institute, this directory includes links and web
resources for a variety of history topics sorted by region and time
by Ibis Communictions, Eyewitness to History has reprints of eyewitness
accounts to events throughout history, browsable by time period. Includes
a short overview of the event for each account, as well as the reference
for the original source.
the First Person
A browsable and searchable index to letters, diaries, oral histories
and personal narratives from over 2,500 collections around the globe.
Includes links to
a variety of timelines available on the Web.
From Harvard University,
"Women Working, 1870 - 1930 provides access to digitized historical,
manuscript, and image resources selected from Harvard's library and
museum collections. This collection explores women's roles in the
US economy between the Civil War and the Great Depression."
Motion: The African-American Migration Experience
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the New York Public
Library, this website explores the migration movements of African-Americans.
Includes images, texts, maps and other educationals materials. Searchable
and browseable by migration movement and by resource type.
Martin Luther King Jr., Papers Project
Out of Stanford Univery, this site Includes a biography, interactive
timeline, a searchable encyclopedia, as well as audio clips of Martin
Luther King, Jr.
Sponsored by the
Classics Department at Tufts University, this site contains source
materials and online texts from the Classical Period as well as the
Out of Texas Tech University,
this website focuses on Vietnam veterans and the Vietnam Conflict.
Includes a virtual archive with images,audio and video clip, as well
as links to veterans organizations and other web pages.
Department of Mental Health
state policy regarding mental health; directory of departments and
news issues related to psychology, information about careers in the
Institute of Mental Health
Includes information about
mental health issues, latest news, links to professional organizations
and current news in the field.
Out of the
Religion Department at Rutgers University, this is a directory of
religion sites on the general web browsable by topic.
Movements Homepage Project
profiles of more than 200 religious groups and movements. Entries
include basic facts, overview of the movement or group, web links,
and a bibliography.