POTUS – Presidents of the United States – www.ipl.org/div/potus
C-SPAN’s American Presidents: Life Portraits website – www.americanpresidents.org
Along the Ohio Trail: A Short History of Ohio Landshttp://www.auditor.state.oh.us/studentcenter/default.htm
Version for school children, compatible with 4th grade history curriculum
American Presidency: A Glorious Burden – americanhistory.si.edu/Presidency/home.html
Cleveland Digital Library web.ulib.csuohio.edu/SpecColl/cdl
Bibliographies, text, maps, and images focus on the history of Greater Cleveland and the Western Reserve region of northeastern Ohio. Links to local Ohio history sites are included. This site is supported and maintained by Special Collections in the Cleveland State University Library.
Cleveland Memory Project www.clevelandmemory.org
Online images, manuscripts, texts, histories and e-books from the collections of the Cleveland State University Special Collections.
Cleveland Area History – blog about historic buildingshttp://www.clevelandareahistory.com/
NE Ohio Heritage http://www.ohiosheritagenortheast.org/
Encyclopedia of Cleveland History ech.cwru.edu/index.html
All of the articles from both The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History and The Dictionary of Cleveland Biography.
Compare with Encyclopedia of Chicago http://www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/
Atlas of Cuyahoga County – 1874 Titus Map digital atlas with links digitized by the Cuyahoga Historical Atlas Project http://www.clevelandmemory.org/titus/
Dayton History Books Online http://www.daytonhistorybooks.com/index.html
Evolution of Ohio http://www.oplin.org/evolution/
An encapsulation of Ohio’s History, migration, population, industry and settlement by Land Surveyor Division.
Greater Cincinnati Memory Project www.cincinnatimemory.org
Web site contains images of the Cincinnati area reflecting the history, architecture and people of the area.
Library of Congress – American Memory Project & THOMAS www.loc.gov
Aside from the vast resources of the Library of Congress, there are historical documents including full text of the Federalist Papers and Continental Congress in THOMAS, and pictures, manuscripts and other primary resources in American Memory Project.
America’s Library is full of games and materials on the history of the US and every state in the Nation
African American Experience in Ohio 1850-1920 is hosted in the American Memory Project at Library of Congress and at Ohio Historical Society: dbs.ohiohistory.org/africanam
The First American West: The Ohio River Valley 1750-1820lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/award99/icuhtml
The Morgan Bibliography of Ohio Imprints, 1796–1850http://www.morganohiolibrary.com/
Catalog of broadsides, pamphlets & books reflecting the history of printing in Ohio
National Archives and Records Administration www.archives.gov
The archives and resources of the federal government and its many agencies are found here.
Ohio Center for the book / Ohioana Library Association – Illustrators and Authors of Children’s Books Living in Ohio http://www.ohioana.org/
Ohio History Central www.ohiokids.org
Ohio History Central is a dynamic online encyclopedia that includes information about Ohio’s natural history, prehistory and history.
Ohio Historical Society www.ohiohistory.org
Select: Links for other sites and organizations Resources for digital collections
On-line catalog for their holdings
Ohio Pix Online for an image database created by the Ohio Historical Society’s Archives/Library to provide online access to photographs, paintings, prints and objects from the Ohio Historical Society’s collections. Don’t forget about their museum.
Ohio Kids has lots of educational materials about Ohio, including guided tours under ‘Learning Companion’ by Ohio John
Adult version of the history of the division of Ohio Lands and their settlement.
Ohio Memory Project www.ohiomemory.org
An online collection of images of Ohio from settlement through 1903.
Check out the ‘featured scrapbooks’
Our Documents – historical documents for the classroom www.ourdocuments.gov
Political Graveyard www.politicalgraveyard.com
A website that includes information about politicians, active and inactive, dead and alive. This site also includes information about cemeteries and graveyards.
Smithsonian Institution: www.si.edu
This site is full of rich resources of North American Indians, explorers, artwork and history.
The National Portrait Gallery has biographical sketches of famous Americans –http://www.npg.si.edu/
State Library of Ohio http://library.ohio.gov/
Resources and Information at the State Library of Ohio
Underground Railroad – National Park Serviceswww.nps.gov/history/aahistory/ugrr/ugrr.htm
www.cr.nps.gov (Links to the Past)
Western Reserve Historical Society www.wrhs.org
Lots of links to sources, collections and Ohio History including a virtual tour of 1850 in “Urban Childhood” – part of their interactive history project.
For Genealogy and History Resources – Click the links below