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            Literature

            7 visitors recommend:
            ABIGAIL Online Bibliography
            Source: Massachusetts Historical Society
            City: Boston, State: MA
            An online catalog of thousands of manuscripts and over 100,000 books owned by the Massachusetts Historical Society.
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            History

            2 visitors recommend:
            History of the United States of America
            Source: FoundingFathers.info
            Author: Henry William Elson
            An easy-to-browse e-text on the early history of the U.S.A. It was originally published in 1904, but it's more readable than many histories published today.
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            Exploration

            4 visitors recommend:
            Colonial America resources
            Source: American Local History Network
            Author: Kathy Leigh
            A nice collection of resources for the colonial period, including information on every colony and every war.
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            Urban History

            3 visitors recommend:
            Irish American News: Voice of Chicagoland's Irish-American Community
            Source: Irish American News
            City: Chicago, State: IL
            A monthly selection of articles, events, and resources.
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            2 visitors recommend:
            History of Lenawee County, Michigan
            Source: Western Historical Society
            City: Ann Arbor, State: MI E-mail: terry@domsys.com
            The complete text of the book "History of Lenawee County" by The Western Historical Association, printed in 1909.
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            1 visitors recommend:
            BostonIrish.com
            Source: Boston Irish Reporter
            City: Boston, State: MA
            "Your one-stop World Wide Web site for news from and about the Irish in Boston & New England. Boston is the most Irish of American cities -- we like to say we're the next parish over, just west of Galway Bay! This page is developed & maintained by the staff of the Boston Irish Reporter, Boston's own hometown Irish American newspaper."
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            Coin Collecting

            7 visitors recommend:
            Irish Coinage
            Source: John Stafford-Langan
            Country: Ireland
            "Information about Irish coins (and banknotes) for numismatists, collectors, archaeologists and others who have an interest in the currency in use in Ireland from earliest times to the present day." Offers a large collection of images and descriptions.
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            Genealogy

            2 visitors recommend:
            Sample chapters of English local history books
            Source: The Francis Frith Collection
            Country: United Kingdom
            This page links to over a dozen highly informative and beautifully illustrated local history books for Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, East London, Leeds, Reading, and more. (Chapters are in Adobe PDF.)
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            Christmas

            20 visitors recommend:
            Old-Fashioned Holiday Crafts and Activities
            Source: Old Fashioned Holidays
            An index for classic (or just classy) holiday activities. Their Christmas ideas include making a Keepsake Christmas Album (for your Christmas cards), Pinecone crafts, and miniature plant and herb "forests" in glass balls.
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            2 visitors recommend:
            How Christmas Works -- A Guide to Christmas Traditions
            Source: How Stuff Works
            Answers to all your Christmas queries, starting at the very beginning (as if they were talking to "a friendly space alien"). Why is there a small evergreen tree in your living room? Why are there poinsettias on the hearth? What, exactly, are the 12 days of Christmas? Why are there oversized socks hanging on your mantel? And what about these fruit cakes?
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            2 visitors recommend:
            Old-Fashioned Holiday Recipes
            Source: Old Fashioned Holidays
            Dozens of home cooking ideas and recipes for the holidays.
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            'Our Family Tradition' Directory by State
            Source: Winter Web Wonderland
            What are your Christmas family traditions? More importantly, what are your neighbors' Christmas traditions? This is a very simple yet very neat directory of private submissions from around the U.S.A. Fun to browse!
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            Money

            3 visitors recommend:
            Money fact sheets
            Source: Ohio State University Family and Consumer Sciences
            City: Columbus, State: OH
            Helpful, informative, introductory fact sheets on understanding financial issues, investing and mutual funds, retirement planning and IRAs, and household record keeping.
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            Shipwrecks

            5 visitors recommend:
            Treasure Expeditions
            Source: TreasureExpeditions.com
            Author: Brad 'Goldfinder' Johnson
            "The the largest and most professional site of the exciting world of Treasure Hunting, Archaeology and Shipwreck Recovery." Very fun.
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            War

            5 visitors recommend:
            World War II Multimedia Database
            Source: Jason McDonald
            A major resource, originally done as a thesis project at Fordham University. The Webmaster has collected 1,850 photos and 93 video clips. It's easy to navigate and there's solid background information. Bravo!
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            5 visitors recommend:
            American Revolutionary War resources
            Source: American Local History Network
            Links, documents, and other resources on the Revolution, including a detailed timeline.
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            5 visitors recommend:
            Axis History Factbook
            Source: Marcus Wendel
            A very, very well done information site on Nazi Germany. It includes thousands of facts and images and they're all well organized and presented. One of the best World War II era history sites we've ever seen.
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            3 visitors recommend:
            A Brief History of World War II
            Source: WorldWar2History.info/U.S. Army
            This 16-page e-text makes for a good introduction, refresher, or reference on the history of the war. It includes the war in Europe and in the Pacific.
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            2 visitors recommend:
            What did you do in the war, Grandma?
            Source: Honors English Program at South Kingstown High School
            A collection of interviews conducted by students.
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            2 visitors recommend:
            Lectures for the History of World War II
            Source: Western New England College
            Author: Professor Gerhard Rempel
            Lecture presentations on topics such as "Origins of the Nazi Party" and "Stalin as Warlord." (1998)
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            1 visitors recommend:
            World War II Resources
            Source: Pearl Harbor Working Group
            A large collection of primary source materials regarding all aspects of the war. This isn't pop history -- not for the casual browser.
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            1 visitors recommend:
            World War II Plus 55
            Source: David H Lippman
            E-mail: dhlippman@juno.com
            A detailed day-by-day history of World War II, focusing on the experiences of those who fought it or endured it.
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            Air Forces, Military Aviation

            5 visitors recommend:
            The Warbird's Forum
            Source: Dan Ford
            Over 600 pages on military aviation topics by Dan Ford, the author of the 1993 book "Flying Tigers." Ford is extremely Internet-savvy and his Web site shows it -- it's in-depth yet well-organized and user-friendly.
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