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Kendra Nielsen

Exploring U.S. History - 21 views

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    Modules designed for George Mason University's U.S. survey course offering relevant exercises that reinforce textbook readings and classroom discussion. They provide an alternate, often entertaining, way of investigating historical concepts and problems.
David Hilton

National Portrait Gallery - Useful sources online - A - 2 views

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    Enormous number of links to portraits in the UK National Portrait Gallery.
David Hilton

Ernst Mayr Library » Burkhardt Collection - 0 views

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    "The collection's 976 scientific drawings consist of 518 watercolor and/or pencil drawings of fishes and miscellaneous vertebrates and invertebrates, together with the original color drawings ultimately adapted on stone by lithographer A. Sonrel "
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    A collection of source materials produced by a scientific expedition to Brazil in the mid-nineteenth century.
David Hilton

Vincent van Gogh The Letters - 7 views

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    Vincent Van Gogh's 902 letters from and to him, now available online freely. The letters are translated into English and richly annotated and illustrated with new transcriptions and translations edited by Leo Jansen, Hans Luijten and Nienke Bakker for the Vincent Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and the Huyghens Institute - KNAW.
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    Wonder if any future historians will bookmark a collection of Damien Hirst's emails and share it to Diigo?
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    The link is broken. Please, add an ending slash: http://vangoghletters.org/vg/
    Thanks for the suggestion
David Hilton

Informationsplattform Open Access: History - 10 views

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    A guide to open access materials (journals, source sites, etc) for history. Has a heavy emphasis on Germany and German history.
David Hilton

Kunera - 3 views

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    A database of archaeological finds of medieval badges and ampulla in Europe. It takes you to a map where you can search for them. Admission - I don't know what an ampulla is. Sounds cool though, doesn't it?
David Hilton

Digital Collections at BYU - 1 views

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    A nicely maintained set of collections run out of Brigham Young University.
David Hilton

Digital Library Guide- Syracuse University Library - 0 views

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    A group of digital collections focussing mainly on audio recordings from the C20th, medieval manuscripts & images, pamphlets & drawings, photos and songs from World War II.
David Hilton

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

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    A list of digital collections run out of Michigan State University Libraries. Lots of farming stuff, for some reason.
David Hilton

By the People, For the People: Posters from the WPA, 1936-1943 - 0 views

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    Another one of the excellent collections provided by the Library of Congress. Gotta love 'em.
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    The By the People, For the People: Posters from the WPA, 1936-1943 collection consists of 908 boldly colored and graphically diverse original posters produced from 1936 to 1943 as part of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal.
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

DL Search Input Page - 0 views

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    This looks like an absolute treasure of a find, however the list does not lead to actual image, only descriptions of artefacts. They say they're still adding to it, perhaps that's why the images aren't up? I guess the pace of change is slower for classicists. Anyway, if they ever add those images this site will be an Ancient History teacher's dream. Fingers crossed.
David Hilton

Primary Sources: Home - 1 views

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    An excellent 'hub' (that's a buzzword for you) for primary sources from all eras and regions.
David Hilton

Welcome to Vivarium - 0 views

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    An excellent collection for research into the medieval period. Contains extensive descriptions of the manuscripts along with detailed accompanying information and is easily searchable. An enormous and diverse collection. Gotta love those Benedictines in Minnesota.
David Hilton

Free Library of Philadelphia - 0 views

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    Has several unrelated sections containing primary sources and images, including historical images of Philadelphia, images of medieval manuscripts (no translations though) and some images of art. Might grow over time.
David Hilton

The Labyrinth - 0 views

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    An extensive collection of online sources and resources related to a diversity of aspects of the Medieval Period. In other words heaps of stuff.
David Hilton

Prosopography of the Byzantine World: Welcome to PBW - 0 views

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    I'm not sure how useful people will find this, however some might use it so I've included it. It contains translations of coins and seals from the Byzantine Empire organised around historical personalities and topics.
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    This edition completes the inclusion of published archival material from the monasteries of Mt Athos, and that relating to Nea Mone (Chios). It adds basic treatment of Byzantine Italy till the capture of Bari (1071). There has been considerable tidying throughout, but especially at the beginning and end, a process which will continue in the next edition (2007.1). The main emphasis of that edition will be on seals.
David Hilton

Byzantine History & Numismatics - 1 views

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    A valuable collection of coins and art from the Byzantine Empire through the fourth to the fifteenth century. Some useful sources on medieval Serbia.
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