Virginia History Web Site Links
- Academic American
History has links to historical materials, many pertaining to
- The University
of Richmond site has all
the Constitutions of Virginia from 1776 to 1901.
- The Virginia General Assembly web site had links to laws, the Virginia Constitution and a section
called Capitol Classroom which is further broken down by school
Williamsburg has a teacher and student resources page.
- The University of
Virginia Center for the Liberal Arts has extensive history resources.
- The Virginia Department
of Historic Resources has extensive information about historic
places, preservation and renovation. Lots of attractive graphics,
- The Virginia Historical Society provides information about exhibits, events and has links to portraits
and other images as well as an “education” section with
many articles about Virginians and a teacher’s institute.
You can get on their mailing list.
- Netstate.com site has a lot of interesting features that might be of use in the
classroom. Click on the Welcome button and then select Virginia. Direct
- The “America’s
Story” section of the Library of Congress site is also
rich in resources about the states. Click on “Explore the
- Here is a link
to the National Park Service
“Maggie L. Walker” historic site in Richmond.
Places to Visit