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Erie Canal
Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor: This is the official National Park Service guide to the Erie Canal Historic Corridor.
The Erie Canal: The University of Rochester's History Department presents this history ofthe Erie Canal.
Erie Canal 175th Anniversary: Union College reflects on 175 years of the Erie Canal.
National Canal Museum: Provides a brief introduction to the Erie Canal.
New York State Canals: The official New York State Canal's website.
Women's Suffrage Links
Women's Suffrage Picture
Women's Rights National Historic Park : This is the official National Park Service guide to the site of the first women's rights convention in the United States in Seneca Falls, NY 1848.
National Women's History Project: Discover the history of the American woman.
Western New York Suffragists: The history of the women's suffrage movement in western New York done by the Rochester Regional Library Council.
The Seneca Falls Convention: The Smithsonian Institute's celebration of 1848's landmark women's rights convention.
"Votes for Women" Suffrage Pictures: Images of the leading women and events in the suffrage movement by the Library of Congress.
Primary Documents of the Women's Suffrage Movement: Actual letters, diaries, and documents written by the leading figures in the women's suffrage movement compiled by the National Archives.
Internet Women's History Sourcebook: Primary sources of women's history from Ancient Egypt to modern times.
Labor Union Links
Labor Union
American Labor Studies Center: This site contains a large collection of materials, including photographs,biographies, and songs from the American labor movement.
Triangle Factory Fire: A Cornell University website focusing on one of the most important events in American labor history.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: A virtual tour of the Smithsonian Institute's history of American sweatshops.
History of Labor Day: The United States Department of Labor's history of the Labor Day holiday.

Labor History Index: A virtual library created by the University of Kansas providing users with links to primary sources, biographies, and other documents related to the people and events of the American labor movement.


American Revolutionary Links
Washington crossing the Delaware River
Liberty!-The American Revolution: The companion website to the PBS documentary on the American Revolution.
American Memory: The Library of Congress'guide to primary documents regarding the American Revolution.
Internet Modern History Sourcebook:Actual letters, documents, and diaries written by those who lived during the AMerican Revolution.
Saratoga National Historical Park This is official National Park Service guide to the Saratoga National Historical Park.
Boston National Historic Park:   ┬áThis is the official National Park Service guide to the historical areas of Boston related to the American Revolution.
Minute Man National Historic Park: This is the official National Park Service guide to the Revolutionary War battlefields at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts.
Fort Stanwix National Monument : This is the official National Park Service guide to Fort Stanwix in Rome, New York.
Colonial Historic National Historic Park: The is the official National Park Service guide to the Colonial National Historical Park, which includes the site of the Battle of Yorktown.
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