Dan Margolies   Professor of History, Virginia Wesleyan College

Email: dmargolies@vwc.edu        phone: 757.455.5716       Office: Blocker 15



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Other links I have found interesting 


Have some interesting links?  Email me: dmargolies@vwc.edu  


 American Environmental Photographs, 1891-1936

American Folklore Society

American Newspaper Repository

American Paulownia Association

American President: Online Reference Resource

American Rhetoric

Arts and Letters Daily

Asian History Resources


Banned Books Online

Bibliography on Ambergris


Bog people

Brief Timeline of American Civil Rights Movement

Bureau of Public Secrets

Chesapeake Bay Sierra Club

Chinese Cultural Studies:  Bibliographical Guide

Christopher Hitchens Web


Common Sense for Drug Policy

Concordance to the Collected Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Current Seismicity in the United States

Digital History page

Digital Library and Museum of Buddhist Studies

Double Tongued Dictionary

Earth First Journal

The 1844 Exaggeration

Electronic Frontier Foundation

Electronic Privacy Information Center

Electronic full texts online

Ethnographic Studies Internet Resources

Eugene B. Sledge Collection

Food Insects

H-Net:  Humanities and Social Sciences Online

History News Network

History of Japan

History of Salt

Hobo Dictionary

Hobos, etc., an online bibliography of sources

Hurricane Katrina Archive

Illinois History Research Page

Images of Early Maps on the Web

Immigration and Naturalization Statistics from the INS

Institute for Social Ecology

Internet history documentaries (Ohio State University)

Liberty Ships built by the United States Maritime Commission in World War II

Literature and Culture of the American 1950s

M.I.T. Distribution site for Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)

Modernism: Not a bad discussion of modernism and postmodernism

Mother Jones

Narco News Bulletin

New Bedford Whaling Museum

New Left Review

New Scientist

Okinawa Digital Archive

The Onion

Orestes Brownson Society

Palimpsest Online Penn State (full text PDFs of classic works)

Place Names Guides on the Internet

A Searchable database of Political Graveyards

Political Site of the Day

Prohibition Page

Radical History Links

Randolph Bourne Institute

Reason Online

The Religious Freedom Page

Seafood Watch: (Monterey Bay Aquarium)

Silent Era Films

Some Conversations with Historians (Berkeley)

Sources in the History of Mass Communication

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Statistical Sources (from the University of Louisville)

THOMAS:  Legislative Information on the Internet

Tonmo: Octopus News Online

Voting America: United States Politics, 1840-2004

Who Owns Native Culture?


Geronimo with his sixth wife Ziyah, at Fort Sill





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