Kansas History Links

The History Gateway at Kansas. Lynn H. Nelson.

Large listing of Kansas Heritage Sites.

Territorial Kansas Online. Kansas State Historical Society and the University of Kansas.

Hundreds of personal letters, diaries, photos, and maps bring "Bleeding Kansas" to life.

The Kansas Collection. Susan Stafford and Dick Taylor.

Kansas books, letters, diaries, photographs, and other materials.

KSGenWeb Digital Library. State Coordinators Tom & Carolyn Ward.

Kansas records of genealogical value.

KansasHistoryOnline. Hall Center For The Humanities at the University of Kansas and the Kansas State Historical Society.

Developing a readable, accessible, and comprehensive e-history of Kansas.

Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains. Kansas State Historical Society.

Full text of articles from past issues of Kansas History as well as Review Essay Series.

Territorial Kanzas Newspapers. Kansas City Kansas Community College.

Territorial Newspapers from 1854 to 1861.

Historic Lecompton. Lecompton Historical Society.

History of the one-time Territorial Capital.

Kansas Territorial Sesquicentennial. Kansas State Historical Society.

Activities, Events, and Projects for the 150th Anniversary.

Other Useful Links

Making of America Books. University of Michigan and Cornell University.

Digital library of primary sources in American social history primarily from the antebellum period through reconstruction.

The NEGenWeb Project. Connie Snyder, State Coordinator.

Collection of state and county sites for genealogical research in Nebraska.

Classics on American Slavery. Dinsmore Documentation.

Scholarly books and articles on American slavery that appear to be of continuing interest.

Project Gutenberg. Center for the Public Domain and University of North Carolina-Charlotte.

More than 15,000 eBooks in the public domain.

University of Missouri Digital Library.

Electronic books and journals provided by the University of Missouri Office of Library Systems.

The Avalon Project. Yale Law School.

Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy of the United States.

Charles Clark