Index pages on History & Medieval History
- Open Directory Project (http://dmoz.org/):History and Medieval History
- The Open Directory project is a cooperative volunteer project of 'indexing'/subject
classifying the web. Each category is edited by volunteer subject experts.
Includes sections on national history, living history and recreation/re-enactment
- About.com (http://www.about.com/):
- Each About.com section has its own 'guide' editor. While not all-inclusive,
Abouit.com sites highlight really interesting sites, and include articles
about the topic and commentary on the sites.
- There's a email newsletter if you want to keep up with changes to
the site. The Site Map is another good feature.
- Yahoo (http://www.yahoo.com):
- Yahoo is the most well known index site on the web. It includes descriptive
tags for many sites. It's getting a bit crowded, though, and the featured
pages vary wildly in topics and quality. If you want the most educational,
specific stuff, you can sift it out of here, but it's too dense for a quick
Articles on researching history: