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David Hilton

Main Page - Wikisource - 1 views

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    This is where using the net gets tricky for students. We tell them never to use wikis (for good reason) and then something like this comes along. It's awesome. A fast-growing wiki (a site that anyone can add to) of historical sources. Shows why we need something like Diigo to filter the internet and provide guidance for the students regarding what to use in their research. Run by the same people as Wikipedia (Wikimedia). If you're ever looking for historical images can I suggest Wikimedia Commons.
David Hilton

Internet East Asian History Sourcebook - 3 views

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    Another one of the excellent history sourcebooks. Contains an extensive collection of Asian sources.
David Hilton

The Online Medieval & Classical Library - 1 views

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    Another one of those excellent open-source primary source websites. Not as good as the History Sourcebooks, but useful nonetheless.
David Hilton

MIT OpenCourseWare | History | 21H.416J Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspe... - 0 views

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    A list of links to medieval primary source sites maintained as part of a course at MIT.
David Hilton

The Free Information Society - Media in History - 0 views

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    Collection of audio files of key speeches, etc from modern history. There's also Agassi's Farewell to Tennis - one of the truly defining moments. Einstein, Hitler, King, Bush - an eclectic mix.
David Hilton

Translations of Classical Authors, U. of Saskatchewan - 0 views

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    Site is maintained by a prof at the University of Saskatchewan and contains some selections from Graeco-Roman writers. Focus on Classical Athens and Augustan Rome.
David Hilton

Hanover Historical Texts Project - 0 views

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    This site has links to interesting and useful primary sources from a variety of periods. It's similar to the History Sourcebooks (which rock, of course).
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