A bibliographical database that indexes approximately 2,000 journals with abstracts or annotations. Covers the history and culture of the U.S. and Canada (from prehistoric times to the present). Coverage 1964- . Includes approximately 400,000 bibliographic entries.
An in-depth and comprehensive annotated guide to online resources on the history of Canada's black community developed by Historica. The For Teachers section includes additional resources and an annotated bibliography.
Rich resource from Early Canadiana Online/CIHM (canadiana.org). Includes thematic sections (Canada's Constitutional History, Aboriginals: Treaties and Relations, Pioneers and Immigrants), primary documents, biographies, maps and images, topical articles, teachers' resources.
Gateway to military history resources on the websites of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the Canadian War Museum, the Department of National Defence, Library and Archives Canada, the National Film Board of Canada, Parks Canada,and Veterans Affairs Canada.
The Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI) is a five-year, pan-Canadian initiative to develop a set of interrelated databases centered on census records for the 1911-1951 period. Provides Canadian Census resources from 1852 to the present and links to other related research projects.
The mission of the Champlain Society is to increase public awareness of, and accessibility to, Canada's rich store of historical records. Many of the Society's publications have been digitized and can be searched and viewed in their Digital Collection.
The Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online provides access to the full texts of all the published volumes of this major Canadian research work. A key feature of the DCB Online is the search interface permitting keyword searching of the full text of all volumes.
Digital library of over 13,000 volumes from the first European contact to the early 20th century. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of early official publications, literature, women's history, travel and exploration, native studies and the history of French Canada. Produced by Canadiana.org.
Web site dedicated to history of Manitoba includes thematic sections (e.g. Birth of Manitoba, Manitoba School Questions, 1919 Strike), digitized newspapers, first-hand accounts from letters, memoirs and diaries, drawings, maps and photos as well as resources for educators.
The McCord Museum database contains images and information on artifacts from the collection and images taken from the Notman Photographic Archives. Keys to History focuses on major events in Canadian history and daily life for the period 1840 -1945.
Comprehensive research portal on the French colonial period in America. Includes a virtual exhibition and a large database of digitized documents: maps and plans, letters and reports, and other archival documents related to New France. Provides links to related websites on New France.
Includes digitized versions of hundreds of local histories; early Alberta newspapers; the Statutes of Alberta from 1906 to 1990; and the Alberta Folklore and Local History Collection, a digitized archive of manuscripts, reminiscences, stories, plays, poems, photographs.
Online version of the authoritative Peel's Bibliography of the Canadian Prairies plus the addition of fully searchable digitized documents. Includes accounts of exploration, travel and settlement; immigration literature, settlers' accounts and memoirs; local histories.