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American Literary History

All Aboard: The Role of the Railroad in Protecting, Promoting, and Selling Yellowstone & Yosemite National ParksAmerican Memory Historical Collections for the National Digital Library

American History Websites

Discovering Lewis & Clark

"A Little Rebellion Now and Then": Prologue to the Constitution: website with links to information about  Shay's Rebellion

Smithsonian: Mapping the West

Smithsonian: Lewis & Clark as Naturalists

American History, 1950-1959

American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1940

American Literature Web Resources

American Religion Links

American Religious Experience

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

Bureau of Ethnology Index

C-Span American Writers: A Journey Through History

The Cambridge History of English & American Literature

Center for History & New Media

Smithsonian: Civil War

Divining America: Religion & the National Culture

A Framework for Teaching the Role of Religion in American History

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

History Channel

History of American Literature

I Hear America Singing--PBS website

The Idea of America

Imaging the Civil War: Authenticity in Painting, Photography, and The Red Badge of Courage

Internet Modern History Sourcebook

Library of Congress--Immigration

Literature in Context

Literary History

Making of America

Nature Transformed: The Environment in American History

An Outline of American History

People, Books, & Events in Literary History

The Silent Western: Western Heroes

Wilderness & American Identity

Resources in American Literature and Culture

The U.S. Mexican War (1846-1848)--PBS website that conversations with and essays by historians and other experts as well as a timeline that illustrates war-related events