Online access to microfilmed versions of the New York Times and St. Louis Post Dispatch. Allows the user to retrieve, view, print and email specially digitized images from ProQuest microfilm. Note that access is only available for 2008 to 3 months ago.
A wonderful collection of links to historical information on St. Louis and surrounding municipalities. One long page that may take a while to load in your browser.
Web guides to decades of the twentieth century produced by reference librarians at Kingwood College, TX.
Locates digital photographs of people, places, and events including documents, recorded sound, moving pictures, and text from the Library of Congress' Americana collection.
Events that occurred on any day of the year. Includes births, deaths, historical events, and holidays.
Search digital documents in Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government from pre-18th to the 21st Century. Searchable by author, title, or subject; or browse titles alphabetically within time periods. Includes a list of common names of diplomatic documents.
Contains links to over 800 history-related web sites that have been reviewed for quality, accuracy, and usefulness.
Wonderful photographs and descriptions of many historic buildings and neighborhoods in St. Louis.
Select month, date, and year to view news headlines, consumer prices, celebrity birthdays, top songs, television shows, popular toys, and best-selling books from that day. Covers 1800 - 2002.
Provides answers for questions of comparative value covering purchasing power, exchange rates, and other variables between the past and today.
Written for the St. Louis Community Development Agency in the early 1970's by Norbury Wayman. Provides a detailed viewpoint of the historical neighborhoods from the vantage point of the 1970's -- the information about the current state of individual neighborhoods may not apply today.
Presents 3,000 years of world history with a combination of lifelines, timelines, and maps. Enables reader to view what was happening in widely separated parts of the earth.
Missouri Digital Heritage is a portal to dozens of digitized historical, cultural, scientific, and artistic collections and exhibits created by Missouri archives, libraries, museums, galleries, and historical societies. It provides access to a number of online collections of primary source material, often with JPEG or GIF representations of original documents.
View information about the society's mission and current exhibits. A portion of the society's catalog is searchable online.
Currently provides access to the African American History Initiative, the St. Louis Probate Court Digitization Project, the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, and the Missouri Supreme Court Historical Database. Contains a nice timeline of Missouri History.
Presents highlights in American History by year. Topic areas include economics, events, sports, entertainment, science, and death. From Information Please.
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