Primary Sources Information on primary and secondary sources. Internet History Sourcebooks Project - A collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts for educational use. Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media - Educational resources and courses; open-source software, online exhibits, and collecting sites; and forums to develop knowledge and build community among those in the humanities working with digital technology. AMDOCS - Collection of documents for the study of American history. EuroDocs - Collection of documents for the study of European history. UCLA Center for East Asian Studies - Collection of documents for the study of Asia. Silk Road Narratives: A Collection of Historical Texts - Collection of primary sources from all along the Silk Road. Nazi and East German Propaganda Guide Page - Includes both propaganda and material produced for the guidance of propagandists. Early Modern Resources - A mix of primary and secondary sources that are largely European in focus. Web Sources for Military History - A mix of primary and secondary sources with an emphasis on Europe and the Americas. Smithsonian Source - Colonial America. Rosenbach Museum and Library - Manuscripts on George Washington. Historical Society of Pennsylvania - A large collection encompassing more than 350 years of American history. Secondary Sources UAH Library JSTOR (Journal Storage) - Full-text articles from many major historical journals. WorldCat - A global catalog of library collections. Google Scholar - Limit your search by checking the block next to "Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities." Publisher Websites Cambridge Journals Online Oxford University Press Journals Blackwell Synergy Project Muse Writing Resources UAH Writing Center - A great place for help at any point in writing and documenting your research papers. You can find a number of helpful handouts on their website, and you can also make an appointment to work on your paper with the help of a tutor. Reading, Writing, and Researching for History: A Guide for College Students - A very useful overview of research and research writing. Zachary Schrag's Guidelines for History Students - An overview of how to write stronger research papers, improve your exam preparation, and format your footnotes. Bibliographic Resources ZOTERO - A tremendously useful (and free!) Firefox plug-in that automatically downloads citations, then inserts them into your Word documents in whatever format you choose. The Chicago Manual of Style - A handy quick reference as you're formatting your footnotes and bibliography.