Primary source material from 18th Century America - all
displayed digitally. Original newspapers, magazines, maps and
writings, the website covers subjects the Declaration of
Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights, Famous Obituaries and
the Lives of Early Americans.
|Industrial Revolution BBC
site includes a biography and related articles: Industry
and Invention, Inventions of the Industrial Revolution
and Earning a Living. There is also a timeline, a
spinning mill animation and a game, Who Wants to be a
|Industrial Revolution Site that
accompanied BBC/Open University series.
From beginning to end. PRO site offers an online exhibition including
worksheets and quizzes. Plus a host of other key questions such as -
How should we remember the Britain Empire?
French Revolution PRO
snapshot examines the British reaction to the events in
France during this famous year of 1789. Looking at
primary source material from 1789, including a London
newspaper report, together with both official and
personal letters sent from Paris.
In addition this American educational site contains plenty of
resource material plus a timeline.
|Britain 1750-1900 Excellent
website from Yorkshire teacher Marjie Bloy. Good coverage of the
politics of the period with both primary source material
and narrative. Website has sections on Political
Personalities, Tory Governments, American Affairs, Popular
Movements, Irish Affairs, Political Organizations, French
Wars and Economic Affairs.
The nineteenth century city is explored at this
splendid web site.
The Victorian Dictionary a guide to the
social history of Victorian London.