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Undated daily, this outstanding production of Noble Savage Media and HoChunk Inc. (based on the Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska) provides news, information, and resources about issues facing Native peoples. The site's greatest service is its collection and dissemination of Indian news from a wide variety of sources.

Poly-Cy: Internet Resources for Political Science
Maintained by the Political Science Department of West Virginia University at Morgantown, West Virginia, this metsasite brings together hundreds of incredibly useful resources in one place.

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics Online
Brings together data from more than 100 sources about all aspects of criminal justice in the United States. These data are displayed in over 600 tables. Compilation is an ongoing process. As such, updates of tables and new data sources are ongoing. The Sourcebook is supported by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.

"Sources in U.S. History: Slavery in American Digial Archive" (Gale) is a digital collection of over 600 documents in 75,000 pages selected by Vernon Burton and Troy Smith from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and drawn from the Sabin collection and other Gale sources. This project documents key aspects of the history of slavery in America from its origins in Africa to its abolition, including materials on the slave trade, plantation life, emancipation, pro-slavery and anti-slavery arguments, the religious views on slavery, etc. This digital archive provides access to a wide variety of documents-personal narratives, pamphlets, addresses, political speeches, monographs, sermons, plays, songs, poetic and fictional works published between the 17th and late 19th centuries. There are several ways to find sources in this product: You can click on the large illustrations on the opening page to explore essays and documents on the Transatlantic Slave Trade, Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad, the Secession, and the Fifteenth Amendment. You can also click on the thumbnails at the bottom of the page to receive a structured access to the contents via topics identified by our scholars. Here you will find introductory essays that provide important historical background and educational structure and contain links to documents. Or, choose to go to the key subjects and link to the documents from there."

Provides a useful membership directory of both houses of Congress. Provides biographical information, committee responsibilities, congressional staff directory, etc.

The Middle East, 1919-2001: A Documentary Record
Very well organized and simply presented, this website is part of the Yale Law School's Avalon Project, an extensive historical and legal document collection. The site is primarily aimed at students of international law, history, and political science, but the resources would certainly be useful to anyone interested in examining the Middle East through government documents, transcripts of governhment leaders' speeches, and UN resolutions.

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