Web Resources Summary

  • Last updated on November 10, 2022


Offers an array of source materials linked to the PBS/WETA documentary film series The West, including lesson plans and additional resources.


From the Library of Congress's American Memory project, a useful collection of materials relating to the emergence of the conservation movement in the United States.


WestWeb is a topically-organized website about the study of the American West created and maintained by born-and-bred Westerner Catherine Lavender of the Department of History, College of Staten Island, City University of New York.


30,000 photographs pertaining to the West from the Denver Public Library.


Based on the world-renowned collections of the Newberry Library in Chicago, “Frontier to Heartland” offers access to historical primary sources, scholarly perspectives on the past, and more.


From the Autry National Center, “Women of the West” provides resources for understanding women's contribution to western history and culture.


From Professor Katherine Morrissey of the University of Arizona, a list of web resources featuring academic centers devoted to the study of the West.

Categories: History