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David Hilton

The Oyez Project | Build 6 - 4 views

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    Has detailed records of US Supreme Court decisions since 1950.
David Hilton

The National Archives - The Cabinet Papers 1915 - 1977 - 2 views

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    British Cabinet papers from the period. Has maps and some study guides to help students.
David Hilton

Cold War International History Project : Documents : - 5 views

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    A growing collection of primary source documents on the Cold War from the American perspective.
David Hilton

The Cold War Museum - 1 views

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    There isn't a whole lot of valuable source material at this site that I could find, but it has a large amount of links to other sites which would be useful for research or activities in the Cold War.
David Hilton

Michigan State University Libraries - Digital and Multimedia Center - Digital Collections - 0 views

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    Focuses on organisations involved in race relations, abortion, native Americans and immigration in the USA.
David Hilton

VADS: free art and design images for education - 0 views

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    Seems to focus on images of art from Western countries in the postwar period.
David Hilton

CWIHP Virtual Archive : Collection - 2 views

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    An excellent resource for the Cold War! Clearly labelled and well-maintained links to primary source documents. Just what we like!
David Hilton

Cold War International History Project : - 0 views

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    I've found this to be a great source of information on the Cold War, and they have an email newsletter (which makes it easy to keep up with news, etc).
David Hilton

Presidential Recordings Program - Miller Center of Public Affairs - 0 views

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    Wonder if any of those no-doubt steamy phone conversations between Marilyn and JFK made it in there? I'm guessing the 'steamy' section of the JFK recordings might be kinda large...
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    Between 1940 and 1973, six American presidents from both political parties secretly recorded just under 5,000 hours of their meetings and telephone conversations. Through a combination of historical research and annotated transcripts the Miller Center's Presidential Recordings Program aims to make these remarkable historical sources more accessible to scholars, teachers, students, and the public.
Nate Merrill

Office of the Historian - 1 views

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    Seeems to be focussed on particular events that have occurred in US history, especially post-1950s.
David Hilton

Welcome to the Digital Library of Georgia - 0 views

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    An extensive collection of texts and images detailing many aspects of life in the South during the twentieth century. Seems to focus on 'everyday' history rather than the big events. But then again history is about people, isn't it?
David Hilton

Welcome to the Civil Rights Digital Library - 0 views

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    A varied and useful collection of primary source materials on the Civil Rights Movement, focussed predominantly around Georgia.
David Hilton

Archer Audio Archives - 0 views

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    It looks like these audio clips from the C20th are freely available, however you might have to join the site and as my broadband has almost run out I can't check. At least some are free. Focuses on the US, by the looks of it.
David Hilton

Classic TV Ads: Free Classic Television Commercials - 0 views

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    Ads from mid- to late-twentieth century America; for complete access you'll have to pay but there are some freebies there.
David Hilton

Decennials - Census of Population and Housing - 0 views

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    Census of Population and Housing data present here ranges from our most recent census to the historical decennial census conducted throughout the decades.
David Hilton

The National Archives | NDAD | Welcome - 0 views

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    "The National Digital Archive of Datasets (NDAD) preserves and provides online access to archived digital datasets and documents from UK central government departments. Our collection spans 40 years of recent history, with the earliest available dataset dating back to about 1963." Gotta love the UK National Archives.
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    The National Digital Archive of Datasets (NDAD) preserves and provides online access to archived digital datasets and documents from UK central government departments. Our collection spans 40 years of recent history, with the earliest available dataset dating back to about 1963.
David Hilton

European NAvigator - The history of a united Europe on the Internet (videos, photos, ma... - 0 views

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    This site is brilliant for any aspect of post-WWII Europe! An awesome research tool. Lots of neat pictures and graphics (Gen-Y-friendly) and high-quality primary sources and images, organised into significant topics and easy to navigate.
David Hilton

Welcome to the Civil Rights Digital Library - 1 views

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    A repository of digital resources on the Civil Rights Movement maintained by the University of Georgia.
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