Excellent List of Online Historical U.S. & English Electronic Sources,

from June Kim of the UCLA Law Library, here. Many of the links to the databases are UCLA-only, but many other universities subscribe to the databases, too — if you're at a university, chances are that you can find the sources through your library, once you know what to look for.

dmv (www):
Thanks, EV. I'm a collector of links to primary sources online. Perhaps one day I'll actually organize them and put them somewhere. Good stuff, though!
5.31.2009 9:40am
ChrisTS (mail):
Excellent. Thanks. I'll add this to my on-line sources for students (most of whom will ignore it).
5.31.2009 12:42pm
My favorite is Yale's Avalon Project:

I'll take a look at UCLA's.
6.1.2009 2:07pm

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