Digital Book Index
-- A comprehensive index to major and
minor e-book sites that link to over 140,000 free full text digital
books covering languages, literature, history, social sciences,
medicine, health sciences,
religion, philosophy, law, the arts, agriculture, children¨s books
and other subjects.
Civil Rights Digital Library --
Includes primary sources and other research materials on the Civil
Rights Movement from libraries, archives, and museums. Has an
outstanding collection of
news film and television archives.
Documenting the American South --
Sponsored by the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, this site
provides access to books, images, and audiofiles about southern
culture that includes fourteen subject collections of books,
diaries, posters, artifacts, letters, oral history interviews and
eBooks@Adelaide - Sponsored by the University of Adelaide
in Australia, the purpose of this site is to provide classic books
Great Buildings Online --
A resource for information on significant buildings and architects
and includes drawings, 3D building models, commentaries,
bibliographies and web links. Produced by Architecture Week.
Harvard University Open Collection --
Provides access to six of Harvard¨s historical collections:
Reading, the Islamic Heritage Project, Expeditions and Discoveries,
Contagion, Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930, and Working
Is a shared digital collection, the product of a partnership of 29
major U.S. research libraries, which provides access to books in
public domain (published before 1923).
Making of America -- Produced by Cornell
University, this collection offers 267 monograph volumes and 100,000
journal articles from the 19th century. It covers
education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion,
science and technology from the antebellum period through
Wright American Fiction --
A collection of 19th century American fiction which
contains over 2500 volumes by nearly 1500 authors. Hosted by the
Indiana University Digital Program.