Bundles of History

Inspired by Joanne Bailey’s example, I have set up a bundlr account to keep track of useful or interesting websites. This is not systematic; as and when I use a site, if I remember, I will add it to the appropriate bundle, so this is quite an ad hoc collection reflecting my recent interests. As far as possible these are free and open sites. Any suggestions welcome!


“Online Sources”

“Tools & Programmes”

“History Online”

“Early Modern Online”


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