General Reference Sources

The following links are to general reference sources available on the Internet:

Academic Info (http://www.academicinfo.net/) A directory of internet resources tailored to a college or advanced high school audience.

All-in-one Search Page (http://www.allonesearch.com/) Over 500 of the Internet's best search engines, databases, indexes, and directories in a single site.

Librarians' Index to the Internet (http://www.lii.org/) Index of over 7,000 web sites with short descriptions and active links.  Users can search easily using keywords or assigned subject headings. Updated weekly.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/splash.htm?HomePageLink=toah_l) - Presents a timeline of art history.

State and County Quick Facts (http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/) has comparative data for each state and county supplied by the US Census Bureau.  Population, poverty rates, education levels, etc.  

The African American Registry, www.aaregistry.com/ which profiles the accomplishments of African Americans throughout our nation's history. The site lets users search for historical events on a particular day, such as their birthday, or by month, category, or keyword. It also offers poetry and song lyrics and a bibliography of resources. The site includes a daily "This Date in History" listing covering different facets of African American story, e.g., education, activism, entertainment, etc. The African American Registry is updated all year.

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last Updated April 22, 2010
Updated 4/23/2010 - Content Author lvandewa