African-American Experience in Ohio This site features manuscripts, texts and images of Black history from 1850 to 1920. Featured areas include slavery and freedom, segregation and integration, religion and politics.
Columbus Historical Society The Columbus Historical Society was founded in 1990 by a group of avid professional and amateur local historians with a passion to share Columbus history. The CHS works closely with other local historical organizations to cross promote activities, education, events, preservation, programs, and publications offered throughout the community.
Columbus Landmarks Foundation This site provides materials such as handbooks, guides, and publications which are related to Columbus architectural legacy and historic preservation.
Italian Village Society Italian Village is an historic district located in the near north side of Columbus adjacent to the central business district. The Italian Village Society works in conjunction with the Italian Village Commission, the City of Columbus Historical Preservation Office, and other local organizations toward the preservation and enhancement of the historic Italian Village area.
Ohio Historical Society This site presents the Ohio Historical Society's list of resources and information about historic places in Ohio.
Ohio History Central Ohio History Central is an evolving, dynamic online encyclopedia that includes information about Ohio's natural history, prehistory and history. Each section contains written information, maps, timelines, and images. Many of these pages link with one another to form a complete and informative perspective. From archaeology to Zoar, Ohio History Central is perfect for anyone wanting to learn more about Ohio!
photohio.org An online collection of images digitized from Central Ohio libraries and historical societies.
Aboard the Underground Railroad The site lists historic places and people associated with the Underground Railroad by covering the slave trade, how the underground railroad operated, antislavery, and the Civil War. Maps identifying historic properties and directions of escapes taken on the Underground Railroad are also included.
50 States of the United States This site offers facts about the states and their capital cities. Contains information on states' mottos, flowers, birds, geology information, and other material. Unusual lists include famous people buried in each state.
Archiving Early America: Historic Documents This site is a collection of digitized primary source materials from 18th century America including newspapers, maps, and writings. Among the highlights of this comprehensive site are documents related to milestone events, firsts, and a site search engine.
History Matters An excellent portal site for American history, providing annotated links to hundreds of sites. An unusual feature is the first-person documents about ordinary Americans.
Making of America The Making of America Collection, from Cornell University Library, is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. It contains over 267 monographs and over 100,000 journal articles.
Korean War and its Origins This site is focused on the United States' involvement in the Korean War. It presents documents related to the conflict which are housed in two presidential libraries. Included are letters, photographs, interviews as well as bibliographic and archival guides. It also has links to other Korean War historical web sites.
United States Civil War Center This is a multidisciplinary site created by the Lousiana State University which acts as a clearinghouse for all appropriate Internet information about the United States Civil War. The informational links are arranged by subject.
Veterans History Project This site has an ongoing collection of wartime stories of ordinary people from their personal recollections, correspondence, and visual materials. Firsthand accounts of United States Veterans from World War I through the Persian Gulf War are available. Some United States citizen civilians stories who supported the war efforts are included. Guidelines for doing oral history interviewing and application forms are available.
World War I: Trenches on the Web This comprehensive site contains information about all of the combatant nations engaged in World War I. Among the highlights are maps, research articles, posters, artworks, book reviews, casualty statistics, photos, touring guides, and biographies.
Exploring Ancient World Cultures A resource with information about ancient world cultures of the Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, the early Islamic world, and Medieval Europe. Containing pictures as well as text, this site also contains a search engine that links to other ancient history sites on the Web.