World War I Websites
Includes photographs, films, and firsthand accounts of battles
This exhibition highlights material available at the Library of Congress related to
World War I, including photographs, posters, newspapers, and original documents.
This website has several interactive guides, including one on aircraft and the lives of pilots
Includes collections of several poets and collections of photographs
This web site has an extensive collection of propaganda, including women in propaganda
Online collections about WW I nurses and artwork
"World War I in Photos: Technology" (The Atlantic)
World War I Propaganda
Film clip from the BBC series Peoples Century, episode 2, Killng Fields.
Lowell Library Resources
EBSCO History Reference Center (user name = lowellhs, password = lowellhs)
Modern World History Online (user name = lowellhs, password = cardinals) covers the people, places, and events in the broad expanse of history—from the mid-15th century to the present.
Britannica Annals of America - (user name = lowellhs, password = cardinals) An anthology of primary source material from U.S. History
Social Studies Sharpe – America in World History – (user name = lowellhs, password = lowellhs). This database has not only in-depth articles, but also a primary source archive, an image gallery, and web links.
Lowell Library Online Catalog
San Francisco Public Library Resources
To access the SFPL databases, go their homepage, click on eLibrary and select Articles and Databases. You will need to enter your public library card number and your PIN number in order to use the databases. Search the following databases to find articles about your topic.
New York Times Historical
NoodleTools (log into your s.sfusd.edu account. Click on Drive, then on Noodle Tools icon)
Noodle Tools is a great tool for creating citations and Works Cited
Citation and research help (MLA Style)
MLA Citation Examples (University of Maryland)
Examples of accurate citations for print and online sources