History 338: Themes in United States History, 1877-1914

The College of Staten Island of The City University of New York
Fall 1996
Professor Catherine Lavender
lavender@postbox.csi.cuny.edu


About the Course

Course Syllabus, including links to sites to be used for course assignments

Class-Generated Timeline, 1877-1914

How to Write an Essay

Weekly Writing Assignments

About Mark Twain, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

About Edward Bellamy, Looking Backward

About Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Herland

About "The White Man's Burden"


Resources Available

CSI Computer Lab and Library Hours for Fall Semester 1996

Cultural Studies in New York City

Bengt's Photo Page has links to a dizzying array of photographic sites and collections

Gilded Age Page, with etexts of works written during the era

A collection of etexts of the era

A general collection of African-American history sources

The American South Home Page

Voice of the Shuttle: History Page

Other History and Archaeology Resources

A Celebration of Women Writers

Gender & Race in Media

African-American History and Culture (Library of Congress Manuscripts: An Illustrated Guide)

Other Immigration Related Links

Immigration, Ellis Island

"Triangle Strike and Fire" Table of Contents

Black American West Museum Calendar of Events

New Perspectives on THE WEST


Other Sites of Interest

University of Virginia List of Links

Crossroads Site @ Georgetown University

Valley of the Shadow

American Memory Project of the Library of Congress

Jim Zwick's Anti-Imperialism in the United States Site

Useful Search Engines

Welcome to Lycos

Open Text Index - Power Search


Prepared by Professor Catherine Lavender for History 338 (Themes in US History, 1877-1914), The Department of History, The College of Staten Island of The City University of New York, Fall Semester 1996.
Last modified: Friday, 2 May 1997