American Historical Association:
The AHA is the professional organization for American Historians in all disciplines. This page will lead you to news, information, and further links on all types of history as well as libraries, lists, other historical homepages, etc.
The History of Advertising, complete with 9000 examples of ads that can be printed, downloaded, etc.
This homepage is a major source of lists in the humanities (including history) and list information (including how to subscribe).
National Center for History in the Schools:
The National Center for History in the Schools recently devised national standards for the study of history in public schools. A full text of those standards (the subject of much controversy last year) is available through this page.
Organization of American Historians:
The OAH is the professional organization for historians studying the United States. This page will lead you to information and links having to do with American History, including libraries, lists, relevant homepages, etc.
People of Colonial Albany Project:
Stefan Bielinski of the New York State Museum has begun the People of Colonial Albany Project. The site is primarily aimed at the public, but already includes much information of value to the professional scholar, including maps, illustrations, 18 cross-indexed "theme" essays, a list of those counted in the 1697 and 1790 censuses, as well as all black families from the 1815 City Directory and a thorough bibliography.