Middlebury

 

Resources

  1. Library and Technology. A link to the history resources site maintained by the Middlebury College Library.
  2. Index of Resources for History. Very comprehensive site maintained by the University of Kansas.
  3. Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library, for any type of research on Asian history.
  4. Internet Medieval Sourcebook. An essential source for medieval history.
  5. Early English Books Online. More than 100,000 books published in English 1450 to 1700.  Access through a college computer or through the Library page.
  6. Eighteenth-Century Online. 150,000 volumes of material published in Britain in the 18th Century.  Access through a college computer or through the Library page.
  7. Gallica. The digital library of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France.
  8. University Library of Augsburg. Digital library of printed materials, newssheets and prints on German history 1500-1800.
  9. Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes. Digital library of Spanish-language documents and printed materials from the University of Alicante, Spain, including a large number of sources on the Ibero-American world.
  10. Online Archive of California. Digitized collections from major California research libraries, pertaining mainly to Western history and environmental history.
  11. National Archives and Records Administration. U.S. federal government documents and collections, legislative proceedings, records of departments of state, etc.
  12. Foreign Relations of the United States. Official papers on U.S. Foreign Relations from the University of Wisconsin Digital Library.
  13. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States. Official papers of the U.S. Presidents from the University of Michigan.
  14. Stewart-Swift Research Center, The Henry Sheldon Museum, Middlebury. Contains manuscripts, newspapers, ephemera and photographs documenting the history of Addison County and central Vermont.