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- 100 Milestone Documents that Shaped America - EDITOR'S PICK - The People's Vote, co-sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, National History Day, and U.S. News & World Report, invited Americans of all ages and educational backgrounds to vote for 10 of 100 milestone documents drawn mainly from the holdings of the National Archives.
- American Memory: Library of Congress - Rich collection of documents, photographs, recordings, and more devoted to American history and culture.
- AMDOCS: Documents for the Study of American History - Features links to texts from the 15th Century to the present.
- A Chronology of US Historical Documents - Site by the University of Oklahoma College of Law.
- Replace Your Vital Documents - "Fortunately, most important personal records can be replaced. Depending on the document you need, use these links as a starting point."
- Statue of Liberty Ellis Island: Passenger Search - "Between 1892 and 1924 over 22 million passengers and members of ships' crews came through Ellis Island and the Port of New York. Now you can research passenger records from ships that brought the immigrants - even see the original manifests with passengers' names."
- Bill of Rights
- Declaration of Independence, The
- Emancipation Proclamation, The
- Federalist Papers, The
- Gettysburg Address, The
- Monroe Doctrine, The
- Presidential Inaugurations
- State of the Union Addresses
- U.S. Constitution
- U.S. National Archives and Records - Oversees the management of federal government records, including presidential diaries, historic correspondence, and a display of presidential gifts from around the world.
- U.S. National Archives: Resources for Genealogists and Historians - "Genealogists/Family Historians main page for information, events, and research in genealogy and family history."