Links to Western History
Each of the following pages consists of hundreds of links!
1st Annual Northern Nevada Living History Festival
19th Century Colorado History from the Colorado State Archives
19th Century History An incredible number of links on this site to all history.
African Cowboys One out of every three Cowboys in the Old West were African,Indian or Mexican
All About Buffalo
All About Cowboys
American West: IPL Ready Reference Collection
The American West - Frontier History An annotated directory of the best Internet resources on the history of the American West
America's West - Development & History
The American West: yet another listing of links to a wide range of topics about the West.
Association for Library Service to Children: Links to US History Pre-Colonial to 1865. An excellent site compiled by the Children and Technology Committee of the Lots of other sites for children too.
Books & Bookdealers:Old West
Buffalo Soldiers Life on the Western Frontier
A Chronology of US Historical Documents A fine page! And kept up-to-date with current historic events.
Connecting Students: Westward Expansion
Cowboys and Gunslingers Good Guys and Bad...
Cowboy Links Links to just every imaginable western site.
Culture, Art, Photos and Writings of the Old West
Davenport Public Library World and American History to the present.
Diaries, Memoirs and Letters
Early Western Americana information
Early West History
Emigrants and Trail Blazers
Events in the West From 1840 to 1850: A great PBS timeline.
Events: 1850 to 1860
Events: 1860 to 1870
Exploring the Wild West: The Best Western Sites on the Internet.
Following the Trails By auto, afoot, and treks by Wagon Train
Fountain Valley Schools: US History and Geography Making a New Nation
Frontier Days: Real and Imagined
Fur Trade in Utah. A comprehensive chronological history
General Information Page: The Prairie Traveler
Go West Young Man (and Young Woman)
Good Guys and Bad Guys ...and Gals too. From Jim Janke's Links to People
The Gosiute Indians encountered by mountain man Jedediah Smith along the trails in Utah.
Great Western Links
Historical Hookups: The Guidon Books' links to the Old West, Native Americans, The Civil War, and other Americana sites on the web.
Historical Studies and Archival Resources of American history sites on the Internet.
Over 2500 links arranged alphabetically by name and subject.
The History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers has links to every imaginable history subject, including one devoted to Native Americans and the Frontier West. It's worth your while.
Hitchhiker's Guide to American History A comprehensive listing of American History, including many sites pertaining to the West.
Horus' World Wide Web Links to History Resources: Not the usual historical items.
Images From The Past: Links and References around Northern Colorado
Index of Utah History Lessons was developed in part by the Utah Office of Education for the 100th Centennial of Utah Statehood, 1996.
Jim Janke's Old West Page Lots of links to everything Western!
Kansas Collection Links to Western History
Landmarks, Sites and Sightseeing Along the Trails West
Links to Western Sites
The Magnificent Seven - the Old West
Mapping the Trails
The Meeting of Frontiers A bilingual, multimedia English-Russian digital library that tells the story of the American exploration and settlement of the West, the parallel exploration and settlement of Siberia and the Russian Far East, and the meeting of the Russian-American frontier in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
The Military Department of Dakota interpreted from the standpoint of the year 1875--also has links to military posts and forts, Indian issues
The Mountain Meadows Association Dedicated to the preservation of the memory of those who lost their lives in the Mountain Meadows Massacre and the preservation of all sites
associated with the Baker-Fancher Wagon Train
Museums of the Old West
Old West Kansas: One Room Schools
OldWest Once Upon a Time in the West
Old West History From Jim Janke's Pages
Old West History Resources
Old West History Links for Students Lots and lots of links! Many to the old west, Colorado history, Native Americans, and General US History, including lots of others!
The Old West Great links to Old West Sites: Outlaws, Lawmen, Ghost Towns, and other general old west links
The Old West Links Links to outlaws, gunfighters, shooting and quick draw organizations, artisans, music, living history and much more!
Old West Links Lots of links to California and overland trails, and also to Wintu and other Indigenous Peoples
Old West Towns and Forts
Old West Web Links
The Oregon Trail
Other Trails West
Overland Trail Home Page
The Overland Trail Route, Stations, History
People of Color on the Western Frontier A great site! Lots of links to The West, Civil War on the Frontier, Frontiersmen, Cowboys, Lawmen and Outlaws, Soldiers, Farmers, and much more.
Pioneer Life in Ohio includes Pioneer Food and Medicine.
Pony Express Western Links These are great links--and a really good jumping off point for other western sites.
Renegades, Rebels, & Rogues From the Wild, Wild West's pages
Rochester Schools: Westward Expansion Websites
The School House Links: The West and Pioneers
Sightseeing Along the Overland Trail
Stage Coaches and Wagons
Suite101: The Old West
Today in History
Trails to the Gold Rush
Traveling with the Transcontinental Railroad Articles from the newspaper that followed the Union Pacific into the West
Utah State History Hotlinks with links to western history.
WagonMaster's Old West Links
Welcome to the Wild, Wild West!
Western History Association Links to all kinds of Western Associations, Organizations, Institutes, etc.
Western Museums From Jim Janke's Pages
Western Web Sites.
Western Web Sites From the Special Collections Librarian, Tom Jorsch at Oklahoma State University. Lots of links here!
The Wild West
The Wild, Wild, West's Links to many, many other western web sites.
Women of the West Also everyday life along the trail
The World Rushed In Settlement and expansion into the West.
Wyoming History Starting with evidence of more than 12,000 years of prehistoric occupation, Mountain Men, through the Oregon and Overland Trail period, to Statehood. Nice photos of historic sites.
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