Colonial America Newspapers - Information about the beginning of newspapers in the colonies, beginning with the first one published in 1690 (Benjamin Harris' Publick Occurrences), which lasted only one issue before being suppressed.
Colonial America Scavenger Hunt - Project has 35 questions about colonial life, complete with links to a web site with the answer. Designed for students, with links leading to information about colonial justice, trades, education, medicine, slavery, government, and food.
Davistown Museum - History of hand tools and technology in USA, colonial history of the Davistown Plantation (Liberty and Montville, Maine) and coastal Maine Native Americans (Wawenoc Indians). Includes extensive bibliography.
Early American Secular Music and Its European Sources, 1589-1839: An Index - A series of primary source indexes covering the early history of the United States. Entries searchable and sorted by text (titles, first lines, recitatives, chorus and burden), by music incipits (represented in scale degrees, stressed notes and interval sequences), with addditional indexes of names and theater works. A project of the Colonial Music Institute.
Firefighting In Colonial America - Historical information about early attempts at firefighting in America, traced all the way back to Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in the New World.
The Mayflower Page - Extensive historical data, including passenger list, crew, documents, crime and punishments on board, and pilgrim writings.
Moody, Lady Deborah - Biographical information about the only woman to plan and direct a permanent settlement in colonial America, at Long Island.
Mourt's Relation - Describes in detail the first year at Plymouth, from the pilgrims landing to the arrival of the ship Fortune.
New Netherland Project - Its primary objective is to complete the transcription, translation, and publication of all Dutch documents in New York repositories relating to the seventeenth-century colony of New Netherland.
Society of Early Americanists - Devoted to the exchange of ideas and information about America prior to 1800. Includes library of texts and images, as well as information about recent publications.
Spanish Colonial Military Artifacts - Exhibition and interpretation of ca. 1650-1821 Spanish colonial military artifacts from the former Spanish Floridas and Louisiana. Emphasis is on such uniform-related materials as buttons, buckles, and insignia.