The online sources listed below are just a small sample of the archival materials available on the Internet. A small number are archival databases from the Blume Library.
I selected these collections because of either their prominence or their potential to interest students at St. Mary's University.
Primary sources are arranged by geography. Choose a region to see a list of primary source collections for the area.
Multinational, General Sources
These sources are more narrow in their focus but are very useful to find primary material for specific research topics.
These sources are more narrow in their focus but provide primary material for specific research topics.
Note: Several sources listed in the United States box are also relevant to Texas history researchers.
I recommend limiting your search to the site or domain. For instance, edu for educational institutions or gov for government websites, or various country code for non-United States website.
Use the SIFT Method to assess a website. One idea, search for the URL you found in Wikipedia to see if you can find basic information about the website. This tip comes from the SIFT Method to assess a website.