|Where the Voices of History Come to Life....
Welcome to HistoryArchive.com, the main portal to the Exploring History series. We are presently showcasing www.AlcatrazHistory.com as our featured website. Alcatraz History is a website designed to help introduce you to the rich history of Alcatraz during the penitentiary years and many of the inmates who called "the Rock" home. From the mid 1930's until the mid 1960's, Alcatraz was America's premier maximum-security prison, the final stop for the nation's most incorrigible inmates. Today, Alcatraz is a place of contradictions, with a grim past and an enduring future as one of San Francisco's most prominent landmarks and tourist attractions. AlcatrazHistory.com explores this history through brief narratives and photos, and serves as an excellent reference for researchers.
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|The Most Epic Journey in Human History...
ApolloProject.com is the second chapter in the Exploring History series from HistoryArchive.com. ApolloProject.com contains numerous free on-line books and resources to help introduce you to the rich history of the Apollo Program, charting the epic history of these historic expeditions. This historical archive features complete free on-line versions of the classic NASA book APOLLO EXPEDITIONS TO THE MOON (SP-350) and CHARIOTS FOR APOLLO (SP-4205). Expeditions to the Moon was originally published in 1975, and includes key perspectives by the architects and lunar explorers of the Apollo Missions. Contributors to this collection include chapters written by Alan Shepard, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, James Lovell, Chris Kraft, Harrison Schmitt, George Mueller, Pete Conrad, Werner Von Braun, and numerous other key program figures. Chariots for Apollo provides a detailed history of manned lunar spacecraft, and serves as an exceptional reference guide.
Also, included in this series is a full archive of information on the Apollo 11 Mission. In addition to the information described above, the entire flight plan, press kits, and other information is provided to help frame this historical mission.
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The Library of Congress
On-Line History Collection
|The Library of Congress provides an exceptional archive of historical artifacts and literature on key events in American History. Visit them at the link below:
The Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum
On-Line History Collection
The Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum provides an informative and visual history of aviation and spaceflight history for on-line visitors. The National collection and presentation of artifacts is only one element of the extensive on-line exhibits offered for visitors. The Smithsonian offers graphical and textual histories representing milestones in aviation and spaceflight, in addition to links highlighting museums events and upcoming presentations.
The Smithsonian's Museum website is excellent resource for on-line researchers and students. Visit them at the link below:
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