Mike Swanson's Webliography

A selection of useful and  interesting Websites
For a number of years now, I've subscribed to e-mailing newsletters  provided by a number of individuals and institutions.  These lists review websites across a wide variety of subjects and disciplines--sites one would not likely find using a search engine like Google.   From these lists, I selected those which were of special interest to teachers of history and American Studies.  Because both these disciplines are broad in scope and substance, the sites I kept cover a wide range of subject matter.  This summer I decided to compile a list from from those newsletters, making it available to colleagues, students, and friends alike.  The annotations on the lists are largely taken from the newsletters themselves, or from the websites' introductions.  Currently I've compiled two lists.  The reason was sheer practicality.  The first list became too long for my wordprocessing power.  For convenience, I've broken each list into subsections of 100 reviewed websites.  As of August 2012, all the links were working. 
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A-001 / A-100 

"A Tonic to the Imagination"
Art Through Time: A Global View
B-001 / B-100 

Caroline Bartlett Crane: Everyman's House
C-001 / C-100

Carter Center Teacher Resource Center
Digital Comic Museum
D-001 / D-100 

Digital Denver Western Collection
Food First/Institute for Food and Development
E-001 / E-100

Food Museum
HIV and AIDS: 30 Years Ago
F-001 / F-100

Hmong Cultural Center
Kennebec: A Portfolio of Maine Writing
G-001 / G-100 

Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens
H-001 / H-100 

Morris K. Udall: Oral History Project
Panama and the Canal
I-001 / I-100 

Papers Past
Shakespeare in the Parlor
J-001 / J-100

Sunday School Books in 19th Century America
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe: Statistical Database
K-001 / K-095
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
Yoshitomo Nara: Nobody's Fool
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