This site has information from the Yale Law School on international relations resulting from the Cuban Missile Crisis. Links to further information and related topics can be found within the text.
Read all ten sections of Article I of the Constitution, which lay out the powers of the legislative branch of the federal government.
A copy of the original Articles of Confederation presented by Yale Law School. Includes Thomas Jefferson's written discussion on the Articles of Confederation plus early drafts.
Site from Yale provides detailed information about the radiation sickness that swept through the bombed areas of Japan after WWII. Detailed and thorough analysis.
The charter given by Gustavus Adolphus to the Swedish South Company detailing its rights, privileges, and requirements in its permission to explore and set up colonies.
Read the words for independence penned by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence. Then link to a discussion of the document by Jefferson in his own autobiography.
Read a letter written to a lord in 1697 discussing the state of trade with the East, India's riches, and the impact of trade upon the West.
This site is actually an in-depth lesson plan for the teaching of the Greek New Comedy, "The Grouch," by Menander. For students, it provides a great deal of detail about the play and background material on Greek comedy as a whole. RL.11-12.5 Choice of Text Structure
With this resource, you can search by keyword for particular subjects within the Federalist Papers, or you can access by number each of the Papers. Also available are links to four related documents: The Annapolis Convention, Articles of Confederation, Madison Debates and U.S. Constitution.
This is a copy of Federalist Paper No. 41, authored by James Madison, in which he clearly defines the need to identify and restrain the power of the general government and then addresses the need to distribute that power among the branches.
Site gives the documents of the hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate Seventieth Congress on The General Pact for the Renunciation of War signed at Paris as well as the text of the Kellogg-Briand Pact.
Yale Law School does an excellent job in presenting historical documents centered around the Middle East crisis beginning with the 1916 Sykes-Picot Agreement up to present day UN resolutions. This site provides a complete timeline that links to these documents.