The Council of American Revolutionary Sites (CARS) was established in 1984 as an association of the historic sites and museums in New Jersey and southeastern Pennsylvania which preserve and interpret the Revolutionary War to the public. Take an online chronological tour of Revolutionary sites!

Links to Library of Congress Resources

Declaration of Independence

The Federalist Papers

The U.S. Constitution

U.S.Congress Today,   including full text of the current Congressional Record; the Congressional Record Index; a summary and status of legislative bills now before the Congress; the full text of those bills; and “Hot Bills”.

 

Other Related Links

American Revolution

H-Net’s Online Resources Relating to the American Revolution, featuring dozens of computer-based resources in historical studies, including valuable links to primary sources at the National Archives, scholarly papers at Colonial Williamsburg’s Omohundro Insitute, and teaching and research sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Liberty! The American Revolution
The official online companion to the six-hour Public Broadcasting Service documentary, which was originally broadcast in November 1997

Genealogy

PA State Archives

Valley Forge Muster Roll

Mid Atlantic Regional Office of the National Archives

Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Cyndi’s List

General Society of the Sons of the Revolution

General Society Sons of the Revolution

Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution

Sons of the American Revolution

Daughters of the American Revolution

Other Pennsylvania Historic Resources and Societies

Pennsylvania State History

Valley Forge National History Park

Independence National History Park

Chadds Ford Historical Society

Index to the George Rogers Clark Papers of the Virginia State Library and Archives

Major project of the SR-Illinois and the Illinois Colonial Wars. Many references to Pennsylvania landmarks, cities, and military units in the index and the abstract. The index is the only part presently on line. We may publish the abstract on the internet in the future.