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View Resource Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE: Sun Software, Information & Technology Exchange

University of California-Berkeley and Sun Microsystems have released the Berkeley Digital Library, with the goal of providing information and support for those building digital libraries, museums, and archives. The Digital Library has connections to over 30 digital text and image collections, hundreds of library catalogs, location aids for selected archival collections, and tools for clients and...

http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/
View Resource Rediscovering New York

This site from the New York State Archives is designed as a portal for users in search of historical records and New York state-specific resources. First off, the site offers access to the shared catalog of New York State Archives and the New York State Library, which indexes over 1,500 historical societies, libraries, museums, and archives. It also contains a list of historical records...

http://www.nysarchives.org
View Resource University of Missouri-Columbia Libraries: Digital Library Collections

For the past few years, the staff of the Special Collections Division at the University of Missouri at Columbia have been scanning a number of important texts, and creating a rather helpful collection of online materials contained within this site. Many of the texts available here are early accounts of local and regional history, including William Bryan's recollections of the pioneer families of...

http://libraryguides.missouri.edu/MUDigitalLibrary/migration
View Resource Nuer Field Notes

The complicated process of creating meaningful field notes is a problem that vexes many scholars who rely on these important primary documents, including anthropologists, geographers, and sociologists. Currently, there aren't many websites that feature digital archives of fieldnotes, but this joint project undertaken by Indiana University and the University of Michigan is one step in the right...

http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/collections/nuer/
View Resource Enrico Fermi and the Nuclear Chain Reaction

On December 2nd 1942, physicist Enrico Fermi and his colleagues at the University of Chicago successfully obtained the first controlled self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction in a former squash court beneath the athletic fields. Visitors to this fine digital collection created by The University of Chicago Library can learn about this event and Fermi through a selection of materials, including...

http://fermi.lib.uchicago.edu/
View Resource Digital History: A Guide To Gathering, Preserving, And Presenting the Past On The Web

The Center for History and New Media at George Mason University has consistently broken new ground with their projects, and this online resource is an important part of their work. Created and written by Professors Daniel J. Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig, this online version of their book serves as an introduction to the web for those "who wish to produce online historical work, or to build upon and...

http://chnm.gmu.edu/digitalhistory/index.php
View Resource National Archives: Teachers' Resources

The National Archives has developed this site to give teachers an array of resources to use in their classroom, and their offerings range from first-hand accounts of the Civil War to information about summer teaching workshops. The three main sections on the homepage include "Featured Activity", "Featured Exhibit", and "Professional Development". The "Featured Activity" includes collections of...

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https://www.archives.gov/education
View Resource Digital Library of South Dakota

To know the Digital Library of South Dakota (DLSD) is to explore the wide world of this majestic state and its rich history. The DLSD is a collaboration of the libraries of the six Board of Regents colleges and universities, along with other educational partners around the state. On the site's homepage, visitors can elect to search across all of the DLSD collections or use the "Browse" feature....

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https://explore.digitalsd.org/digital/
View Resource First Nations Collection

The First Nations Tribal Collection of the Southern Oregon Digital Archives contains books, articles, and documents related to the history of the native peoples of the area, including the Coos, Hupa, Karuka, Klamath, and more. Many of the items here are in the public domain, and they include tribal language dictionaries, Bureau of Indian Affairs publications, and publications from the Bureau of...

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https://soda.sou.edu/firstnations/index.html
View Resource Travel Diaries and Scrapbooks of Harrison Forman 1932-1973

The late Harrison Forman was a well-known photojournalist, world traveler, and fellow of the American Geographical Society. During his long career, he focused on places such as the South Pacific, Africa, South America, and the Middle East. He was known as a "modern Marco Polo" and his primary interest was in people and their daily lives. Years after he passed away, his photo collection of about...

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https://uwm.edu/lib-collections/forman-diaries/
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