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History at Aquinas College

History: Resources

State and Local Museums and Historical Associations (Internship Opportunities)

Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum
Historical Society of Michigan
Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies (GVSU)
Public Museum of Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo Air Zoo
Mackinac State Historic Parks

National Historical Organizations (a selection)

The American Historical Association
Organization of American Historians
The Historical Society
American Society of Church History
Sixteenth Century Studies Society & Conference
Society for Historians of the Early American Republic
North American Conference on British Studies
North American Victorian Studies Association
Conference on Faith and History

Research Tools

General Databases at the Aquinas College Hauenstein Library (especially WorldCat)
Historical Databases at the Aquinas College Hauenstein Library
Google
Google Books

Historical Sources on the Web

American Journeys
American Memory (Library of Congress)
American Women (Resources at Library of Congress)
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts
Internet History Sourcebooks Project
Liberty Library of Constitutional Classics
Lincoln Papers (Library of Congress)
Madison Papers (Library of Congress)
Project Wittenberg
Online Literature Library
U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates
Washington Papers (Library of Congress)
UK Government Primary Sources
UK Legislation
British Government and Politics on the Internet
Hansard (Parliamentary Debates), 1803-2005
British History Online
Victorian Web
EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe

Webpages of Historical Interest

H-Net (Humanities and Social Sciences Online)
The History Channel
History Today
Intercollegiate Studies Institute
The Library of Congress
National Endowment for the Humanities
National History Day
Grand Valley Journal of History (articles written by undergraduates)

Careers in History

Careers for Students of History