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- Nora Eldoc -please create a page about the Mosad agent who was murdered during a hunt for Joseph Mengale. link for info:
- Request for addition of a page for the Dahsala system by Raja Todar Mal under King Akbar
- The Good Germans - please disambiguate the concept from the unpopular film
- Translation of fr:Lumières (philosophie)
- Translation of es:Dios y Federación
- Translation of es:Firme y feliz por la unión
- Purdah System in India- please describe how the purdah system affected India's women.
- The History of Worldwide Human developments -self explanatory definition
- Society of the Rights of Man
- History of government
Request for "Semita Recta" as a wiki page My impression was that it simply meant "straight path" as in referring to "go the straight path" in latin. I am very curious about this phrase as a historical item. I own an antique bench from belgium circa 1900 that has an inscription carved in oak wood that reads, "anno semita recta 1664". The bench looks like a church relic.
here is all of the info I can find on "Semita Recta"
“Semita Recta Albertus peribet testimonium”, ‘The Right Path Albertus bears witness’ Abstract: This article presents an edition of a Middle English verse tract on alchemy based on Trinity College, Cambridge, MS R. 14. 44 (15th century). The tract, entitled “Semita Recta Albertus peribet testimonium”, is structured as a dialogue between Albertus Magnus, the famous medieval scholar (c. 1200–1280), and Elchy_ell, the Queen of the Elves. In the dialogue, Elchy- _ell instructs Albertus on how to produce an alchemical elixir that will produce silver or gold. The Semita Recta is a poem of 64 rhymed lines. The setting of this description is a meeting between the medieval scholar Albertus Magnus (c. 1200–1280) and Elchy_ell, the Queen of the Elves, in a “weldernesse” outside Damascus (see 4.1).
Hence, the Semita Recta is to my knowledge unique among Middle English alchemical poems in exploiting the dialogue format as it does.
History of Domestic Feminism
Historic people(s) and places
The Renaissance University in Europe from 14th century
Dendrochronology, DNA, and C-14 reveal who the Aryans really were. We need an outline.
- Please create a page for the history of Canton Minnesota
- Please compile a list tagged "List of mordern conflicts in Europe."
- Please create an article on the Kissingen Dictaion written by Otto von Bismarck during the Balkan Crisis of 1877, there is an extremely short one on the German Wikipedia. I have found it referenced in the following text: Imperial Germany 1850-1918 by Edgar Feuchtwanger.
There should be an article on the Lay Folks' Catechism in England. It was the 14th century English translation of the Latin catechetical manual by Archbishop Pecham. Explain why James I’s second parliament in 1614 achieved little. An article about James 1's first parliament. Anyone know about the Bishop of Cluny?
Excersize Tiger someone???
Anyone know more than the few sentences attributing great influence in establishing West Germany's post WWII government to American Anton F. "Tony" Pabsch of Syracuse, NY in Theodore White's In Search of History: A Personal Adventure, first mentioned on page 314?
- European historic people
(isolated here temporarily at 2012-02-20 during page cleanup; to be moved shortly to appropriate biography-request page)
- Albruna - Germanic seeress
- Waluburg - Germanic seeress
- ceremonies- Ancient Greece
- Þorbjörg Lítilvölva - Norse seeress
- Alavivus - Thervingian Kindins
- Aoric - Thervingian Kindins
- Ariaric - Thervingian Reiks
- Atharid - Thervingian Reiks
- Wingurich - Thervingian Reiks* Can anyone be interested in writing about heroic effort of Fred Wetzler and Rudolf Vrba who escaped
- Rothesteus - Thervingian Reiks
- Franz von Lisola http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisola
from Auschwitz death camp to inform about German atrocities in the death camps to the world mainly to avoid the further deportation of people to Auschwitz(reference documentary in youtube called 'Auschwitz Secrets of the Dead'). Please could someone write about the Alsace witchtrials in the 1600's. It would really help in future.
- I would like to request an article on Aegai, the ancient capital of the Macedonian Empire.
- Please can someone write about the Auditore Family. Not from the game Assassin's Creed, but actual information that we have on them from History. Greatly appreciated.
- Can someone with expertise on Byzantine History please write an article on the short-lived Empire of Thessalonica established by the rival emperor Theodore Komnenos Doukas?
- Would anyone mind writing an article about Courtship in Tudor England?
- Would someone kind enough please write an art(MR123 was here)icle on Roman Artifacts?
- Would anyone mind writing an article about Diseases in Imperial Rome?
- Could somebody write an article on History of Eastern Europe please?
- Basilica of Songdalen – a basilica in Songdalen
- Enterprise of Ulster (1571–1575) – an attempt to colonize eastern Ulster by allocating the task to private individuals; 
- Princess Mary's Christmas gift box – brass boxes distributed to members of the British Expeditionary Force in December 1914
- Sarajevo Outrage – deleted - further reading has made it clear
- Le Tout-Paris – high society in Paris centering on the arts and comparable with "The 400/Social Register" in New York City
- Lampshades made from human skin, possibly an urban legend about Nazis making souvenir lampshades from the skin of Jews.
- Lex Appuleia de maiestate – law introduced by Lucius Appuleius Saturninus in 103BC? of which the exact provisions are unknown but which attempted to secure the power of the tribunes e.g. in such actions as Tiberius Gracchus had taken against M. Octavius.
- Nazi – Germany during the ruling of Hitler and the Nazi army. How the Nazi army was entertained?
- La Fière Bridge - World War II - covered in Mission Boston: Capturing the La Fiere Causeway. available in World War II Magazine
- Nábrók (also known as Necropants) are pants made from human skin that were used in medieval magic in Iceland.
- Castle of Torrelobatón - Traslation of es:Castillo de Torrelobatón
- Royal Artillery Factory of La Cavada. From the blast furnaces of this factory went out the vast majority of the cannons of the Spanish Empire that exist all over the world. There are a featured article in the Wikipedia in Spanish.
- FRH, Future for Religious Heritage - The European network for historic places of worship. This is a newly registered organisation with members all over Europe.
- The first seat belt design
- Switzerland's nuclear weapons program. --Tobias1984 (talk) 09:01, 25 February 2013 (UTC)
- Write about 'Medieval rules' in Europe
- Saint Chrodoara - Translation of fr:Chrodoara. I'm not exactly sure what category this belongs in, it's both "historic places" and "biography." The French article seems to be the best, the German article de:Grabplatte der Hl. Chrodoara seems a bit confused, at least as I read it. Peter Flass (talk) 13:56, 14 April 2013 (UTC)
- Herodotus machine or Herodotus' machine — a machine described by Herodotus as used by the Ancient Egyptians to build the Pyaramids, composed of sideguides/sideguards, two fulcrums, using weight shifting, to lift large stone elements; covered in Khufu under Herodotus, only needs illustrations.
- Would anyone mind translating the article about Luzic Serbians 
- Bianca Maria Aloisia, the daughter of the powerful Malaspina family. She was mentioned on the travel channel. 
- Could someone write about how the nobles were treated at the time period where Napoleon I was in power.
- I think Templar Architecture needs a page!! The Knights Templar built temples, churches and chapels all over Europe c1100 - 1300 CE.
- Heinrich Eckhardt from Hanau,Germany birth:1899,death:1961 was arrested during WWII and imprisioned because of his fight against 'Faschismus' the University of Kassel in Germany should have more Info. Wish someone would write something about him.
- Could someone write (very specifically) about the invasion of Ireland (by Britain)?
- Could someone who knows about religious history write on the council of Pavia in 1160?
Please write an article on bed chambers. They where the noble's bedrooms in a medieval castle.
- Abanyom language speaking people This people are found in the South Eastern region of the present Cross Rivers State of Nigeria in West Africa. This language is widely spoken by the Bantu group of people in central Africa. Source - The Joshua Project.
- Ahmed Khair A crucial contributor to the expulsion of British colonialism in Sudan
- Colonial Egypt Egypt as it existed as a european colony
- African wedding ceremony A great deal of information that exists on the vast variety of African peoples and their matrimonial unions.
- 14th century Africa The page redirects to 14th century South Africa but has nothing on just 14th century Africa
Jamiut Tawarikh, was one of the grandest projects undertaken by the Ilkhanate king Ghazan Khan (1295-1304). The great work was done by the king’s wazir Rasheeduddin Fazlullah Hamedani who wrote it in Persian and chronicled the history up to the reign of Oljeitju (1304-1316). The breadth of coverage of the work often caused it to be dubbed as the first world history.
"Children/descendants of Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe?" Ancient Chinese Literature would be useful, please
The Origin of the Philippines/Theories on the land formation of the Philippines
- Please create a page regarding the theories on the land formation of the Philippines. Here are my notes with regards to the topic, but an article with better sourcing and more reasearch put into it will benefit other Wikipedia readers.
An article is needed on the Territorial Evolution of India (on the line of Territorial evolution of the United States )
History of Population of India
The Westernisation of China
- Asian historic people
(isolated here temporarily at 2012-02-20 during page cleanup; to be moved shortly to appropriate biography-request page)
- Jesus, son of See - Jewish High Priest
- Niger the Perean - Jewish Messianic figure
- John the Essaios - Essene military commander, fell during the Attack on Ashkelon
- Silas the Babylonian - Jewish military commander, fell during the Attack on Ashkelon
- Khnemibre - Egyptian royal architect
- Ahmose-saneit - Egyptian royal architect
- Ankh-Psamtek - Egyptian royal architect
- Wahibre-teni - Egyptian royal architect
- Nestefnut - Egyptian royal architect
- Tjaenhebyu - Egyptian royal architect
- Haremsaf - Egyptian royal architect
- Amunherpamesha - Egyptian royal architect
- Tjaenhebyu - Egyptian royal architect
- Haremsaf - Egyptian royal architect
- Amunherpamesha - Egyptian royal architect
- Pepy (Egyptian architect) - Egyptian royal architect
- Nefermenu - Egyptian royal architect
- Wedjakhons - Egyptian royal architect
- Marlene Dobkin de Rios
- Hi guys, may anyone create a page about how China was freed from the Mongols and how the Ming dynasty was created? Please?
- Hi, can anyone creates the House of Li article, featuring history of the imperial family of the Tang Dynasty?--NeoBatfreak (talk) 23:51, 4 March 2012 (UTC)
- Hi guys can someone make a article on the poet Yan You?
- Salam, could someone please create articles on some of the famous Old Christian Cemeteries in Pakistan such as Old Christian Cemetery, Abbottabad, Old Christian Cemetery, Peshawar etc? That would be very useful for many thanks. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 14:33, 14 April 2012 (UTC)Saiqa Khan, Pakistan
- Can somebody create an article for the Chahamana kingdom
- Asian historic places
- Comparison between the Saudi government and the Islamic State. See here.
- Baigongguan. The former prison for political prisoners, located in Chongqing, China, run by the Kuomintang during the Chinese civil war. Most notable is the fact that almost all the communist prisoners were killed in November 1949, the month after the communists had won the civil war and declared the founding of the People's Republic of China. This would appear to be a serious case of war crimes. A photograph of the entrance is already available on Wikipedia. A large museum is located nearby, detailing the history of Baigongguan.
- Bhangarh ruins – hunted ruins in India; Bhangarh has many references to the ruins (suggesting the area is actually known for its ruins); might be superfluous to have a page for Bhangarh which is primarily about its ruins and another page specifically for Bhangarh ruins
- Colombo Grand Mosque, Sri Lanka
- Chinese Empire reform movement
Dong Da MountĐống Đa Mound- In the middle of Dong Da (vietnamese Đống Đa) District, Hanoi, Vietnam, is a park which has the same name (coord. 21.011978 N, 105.824489 E). In this park is a hill made by the dead bodies of chinese soldiers dead after a battle against the vietnamese army. Part of the story is written in the park on a monument, but it's written with the chinese symbol. I would like an article to discribe the battle : who were the leaders, when the battle took place, how did they organise, how many bodies are under this hill... I understood that China consider that everywhere is a dead chinese soldier is China. So the vietnamese put all the bodies together to make the chinese part as small as possible ! The only page I found is the page for the district, with only the name of the streets.
- Fort Margherita, Sarawak
- Hokkaido variants – "The letter" which was found in Hokkaido; ja:???????
- Kasato Maru – first Japanese ship in the Japanese immigration to Brazil; ja:???; he:?????? ????; pt:Kasato Maru
- Kuyunjik - the ancient city of Nineveh or Ninevah in Assyria. Now redirects until there is a more substantive article
- Lumbii, Nepal – place of Buddha
- Madhyadesa - the ancient sub-region of Bharatvarsha
- Plains of Dura – ancient place inside of the province of Babylon where kin Nebachenezzer built an image of gold
- Tehsil Sahiwal – fort built By British rulers on the bank of the River Jhelum in district Sargodha with six Gates (posted by Mehraj Khalid)
- Tower of Flies – tower outside Acre that was named so by the crusaders who captured it in 1267
- ?Uka?, Saudi Arabia – Western Arabian town famous for poetic tournaments, including one in which the celebrated female poetess al-Khansa' participated
- Trail of Bones – segment of the Silk Road through the Pamir Mountains; comment pre-2012-02-20 – I think you are referring to Karakoram Pass... maybe a redirect will do?
Samurai houses - plz make a page about it!?!?
- Turcomania – you can add it in Armenian Highlands as an alternative name or you can start new article; Alexander Adam. Geograph and History Both Ancient and Modern. pp. 479,629; Tobias George Smollett. The Present States of the World. p. 333; some wikipedia images: , , 
- WeAreN Christian Persecution in Iraq
Australia and entrance into the Commonwealth of Nations https://d2l.adlc.ca/d2l/le/content/77145/viewContent/6105200/View similar set of circumstances led to other colonies of the British Empire asking for their independence from Britain (that is, Australia, New Zealand, Newfoundland, and Irish Free State). WWI had given these former colonies their ‘trial by fire’ as well as Canada; it, too, demonstrated that these nations were able to stand on their own. During WWII, they, like Canada, fought with Britain as allies, and not as colonies.
- Jarradene – listed as a heritage townsite in Western Australia
To find the birth places of all, if not most of the Kamikaze Pilots of Japan during World War II. To be more specific, which Japanese islands these pilots were born in. As an example, "twenty-two pilots were born in Kyushu Island and fifteen were born in Hokkaido Island," etc. This may actually take someone to physically investigate birth records kept in Japan to search all the known pilots who have flown in the suicide missions. And once these records are completed, these same records must be verified by another individual for accuracy.
Please create a page for the National War Fund. Posters and documents from 1945 era are available but I can find no literature about this fund.
- Please create a page for the history of Ellsworth, Connecticut. Historical documents are available at the Sharon, Connecticut page and at the Sharon, Connecticut Historical Society's Page.
- Festa dos Confederados - Brazil holiday celebrating the end of the US Civil War - "Thousands turn out every year, including many who trace their ancestry back to the dozens of families who, enticed by the Brazilian government’s offers of land grants, settled in the area from 1865 to around 1875. They’re joined by country music enthusiasts, history buffs and locals with a hankering for buttermilk biscuits or a fondness for “The Dukes of Hazzard.”"
- 1971 NYPD Work Stoppage - In 1971, the New York City police union underwent a gneration shft in leaderhsip. The new leaders were more radical and this resulted in a (possibly unsanctioned) illegal police strike for about a week. Oddly, there is nothing on the internet about this.
- Atkins & Pearce - founded in 1817, one of the oldest privately held companies in the United States. Created the spin gin, now found in the Smithsonian, that revolutionized the production of cotton. Set up the first cotton mill west of the Alleghenies. Played vital roles in the Civil War and in World War II, creating parachute cord and other cotton goods 24 hours a day. Pioneered the textile processing of glass fiber in 1950. Resource link: http://www.atkinsandpearce.com/about-us/history/
- The Cridge Centre for the Family - formerly the B.C. Protestant Home for Orphans. British Columbia's oldest charitable organization.
- Jacob Cist A Pioneer in anthracite. Sources: Binder, Frederick Moore, Coal Age Empire: Pennsylvania Coal and Its Utilization to 1860 (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg, 1974; Powell, Benjamin, Philadelphia’s First Fuel Crisis: Jacob Cist and the Developing Market for Pennsylvania Anthracite (Pennsylvania State University, 1978)
- 13th 14th 15th Amendments for Constitution
- Charlottetown 16 year old's break and enter for drugs ; The crime of three 16 year old boys, in which they broke into a Cornwall apartment in Prince Edward Island and asked for marijuana. The teens were sentenced to different consequences including jail. Resource link: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/young-offenders-jailed-for-break-and-enter-1.875050
- old town of Joseph - Joseph Plains, Idaho; a abandon 1900 era town on Joseph Plains which is in hells conyon area, neerest town is cottonwood id need info fast working on report
- Akron Civic Theater – Akron, Ohio; one of five remaining atmospheric theaters in the country built in 1929 by architect John Eberson; placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973
- Alkali Flat Historic District – Sacramento, California
- Anhalt Dance Hall – Spring Branch, Texas
- The Apartment (Foster City) – Foster City, California
Bacon Log Cabin - in the city of Ballwin (St. Louis County) fur trade.
- John Carruthers Stanly, a prominent black slave-holder in Louisiana, who owned three plantations. http://www.theroot.com/articles/history/2013/03/black_slave_owners_did_they_exist.2.html Requested 2015.03.09
- first annual report, 1818 the new york society for the prevention of pauperism - New York City, New York
- Bible Commonwealths; Puritan societies mid-1600s Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut, New Haven. You could only live here if you were willing to live as a Puritan
- Bonfils Blood Center - Denver, CO
- Braddock's Battlefield History Center – North Braddock, Pennsylvania; Museum dedicated to the history of the Battle of the Monongahela in 1755
- Brandywine Springs Amusement Park – Wilmington, Delaware; 100-year-old amusement park that still has remains buried in the earth; once a prominent place to go in 1800s and 1900s
- buckskin-clad – "in 1936, the Mountain honorary society selected Boyd Harrison 'Slim' Arnold to be the first official 'buckskin-clad'"
- card money, New France – playing cards signed by officials served as paper currency in early 18th century Canada
- Casa Loma Ballroom – Saint Louis, Missouri
- Cuban Land and Steamship Company
- Coffin, Stephen – One of the founders of Portland, Oregon. There used to be an informative article on Wikipedia about him.
- Dyre, Mary - Quaker – Boston, Massachusetts An article on CNN states, "Mary Dyer was one the so-called "Boston martyrs" hanged in 1660 under a law that banned Quakers from the Massachusetts Bay Colony" but I cannot find more information about her. From http://www.cnn.com/2015/02/20/us/tsarnaev-13th-juror-selection-history/index.html
- Fairmount Boulevard Historic District – Cleveland Heights, Ohio; NRHP
- Farish Street – African-American business district in Jackson, Mississippi during the Jim Crow era
- February House – Brooklyn art commune of the 1940s. Members included Carson McCullers and W. H. Auden. Would like to see a proper article on this. Mentioned here, but the link is false and does not lead to an article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carson_McCullers. A bit more info here: http://www.nytimes.com/2005/02/06/books/review/06VAILLL.html?_r=0. And there is a book called February House by Sherill Tippins (2006).
- Fernandez Mansion – founder's home in Pinole, California
- First Battle of the Capes (March 1781). [See "Second Battle of the Capes" (aka Battle of the Chesapeake) for disambiguation.]
- The First Car to be Mass Produced – the first model of car to be produced in large numbers that are all identical
- First Church of Roxbury – Roxbury, Massachusetts; sometimes refereed to as the First Church in Roxbury
- Fishkill Encampment and Supply Depot – Fishkill, New York; "...a sprawling military city that became the most important northern supply center during the Revolutionary War."
- Fur Trade
In use "for nearly the entire American Revolution, from late 1776 through 1783." Applebome, Peter. "To Preserve or To Pave Over History"  The New York Times, April 19, 2009. (A search of "Fishkill Encampment and Supply Depot" on nyt.com provides earlier articles referencing the Depot.)--18.104.22.168 (talk) 22:07, 21 April 2009 (UTC)
- Fort Caministogoyan – historic fort in Northern Ontario founded by Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut
- George Washington's Grist Mill Historical State Park
- The Gingerbread Castle – Hamburg, New Jersey; historic amusement park, inspired by Hansel and Gretel; conceived by F.H. Bennett and designed by the architect Joseph Urban in 1929; 
- Gold Rush agriculture
- Gore-McLemore Resolution - a 1916 proposal in congress to keep Americans from traveling on armed ships that might get sunk by the Germans
- The Green House Inn – historic site in New Orleans, Louisiana
- Hacienda del Muerto (Hacienda of the Dead) - historic plantation site in Mina, Nuevo León, Mexico, witness of battles during the Mexican Revolution 
- Haitian 1986 protests
- History of Albuquerque, New Mexico - Albuquerque, New Mexico; There are significant gaps in the history section of the main article (which is about 1200 words long; fine for a main article, but not nearly detailed enough for the topic of History). A good history article should have details about the Puebloan peoples in the area prior to 1706, and more information from 1706 onwards, including finer details about the arrival of the railroad, which did more than shift the town center; Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway also laid out the majority of the grid, from Carlisle Blvd. to Tramway Blvd., and Lomas Blvd. to Montgomery Blvd.
- John F. and John H. Broetje House – historic building in Oak Grove, Oregon
- Jonesboro Road – trail used for exploration in America about 1800
- Journal of the United States House of Representatives
- John Berry Meachum, a figure from African-American history .
- Lubbock Cemetery or Lubbock City Cemetery or City of Lubbock Cemetery
- Mission of Nombre de Dios – St. Augustine, Florida
- Montgomery, Alabama – once the confederate capitol during the American civil war
- MOWA – and of Choctaw Indians; located in north Mobile County, Alabama
- Nellie Iles School – Laramie, Wyoming
- North Carolina Historical Markers
- Oakleigh House – Mobile, Alabama; NRHP
- Pemberton Park, first plantation constructed in wicomico county, maryland in 1741
- Primm Springs Hotel – Hickman County, Tennessee; prominent watering spa and resort; included a series of hotels; operated from the 1830s to well into the 20th century; many of the buildings are still standing, but it is out of operation; registered as a historic site in Tennessee
- Provincial government of Canada
- R. G. Dun & Co. - early US reporting agency http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/collections/dun/
- Rio Sumpul massacre – While similar in scale to the later El Mozote massacre the coordination of Salvadoran and Honduran forces during the Rio Sumpul massacre provides strong evidence of US direction as those countries were technically at war at the time.
- Russell, Ezekiel - Declaration of Independence
- Sacramento City Hall – Sacramento, California
- Samuel Building – Cleveland, Ohio
- Schooner Stephen Taber – Rockland, Maine; NRHP; comment pre-2012-02-20 – already Stephen Taber (schooner)
- South Atlantic Quarantine Station (requested 3/6/2012) – Between the years of 1880 and 1910, the island (Blackbeard Island, Georgia) served as the South Atlantic Quarantine Station for yellow fever. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 02:03, 7 March 2012 (UTC)
- State bankruptcies in the 1840s (req. 2012-02-25) – large state outlays on needed infrastructure, coupled with lack of a Federal Reserve Bank and a financial panic, led to bankruptcies of nine US states in the 1840s. This crucial episode in the development of the American Midwest is discussed piecemeal in several articles, but the incidents are not centrally indexed or discussed as a whole. An article under this heading would allow existing information to be linked and provide a focus for new analysis.
- Sunfish Pond, Manhattan No-longer extant body of water in the Kip's Bay section of Manhattan, referred to in article about Peter Cooper, but doesn't have entry of its own. Resource link: http://watercourses.typepad.com/watercourses/sunfish-pond-manhattan.html
- Tivoli Bays Unique Area – historic site in Hudson Valley, New York
- True to the Union Monument – monument to pro-USA German settlers killed by CSA adherents in Texas in 1862
- United States involvement in the Philippines
- Winter Campaign of 1868–69 - Part of the American Indian Wars, included Battle of Washita River, American troops commanded by Phillip Sheridan, referenced in a number of articles
- World Fellowship Center – Albany, New Hampshire; conference and retreat center; its director was blacklisted as a Communist under the McCarthy era
- Xerox Congress – nickname for the U.S. Congress – referencing the powerful influence of Lyndon B. Johnson, with record pieces of legislation passed
- Ponte Vedra Inn and Club - http://jacksonville.com/tu-online/stories/102602/nep_10788904.shtml - History and possible haunting
- St Petersburg, MO
- 2013 Navy Yard Shootout - The shootout at the navy shipyard in Washington, D.C. on September 16, 2013.
- Snow Creek, Virginia - Please create a page about Snow Creek,Virginia. It is a beautiful place with a very rad history!
- ]I would like more information on, and create a page on sarah louise northcott. She was involved in the murders of young boys with her son in 1928 southern california. There was a movie The Changeling, which told part of the story of these gruesome murders, but the mother was not part of the story.
- Esteban Miro, Govenor or Loisiana--1786 Edict of Good Governance
- Expand Category:Timelines of states of the United States:
- Timeline of Alabama
- Timeline of Alaska
- Timeline of Arizona
- Timeline of Arkansas
- Timeline of California
- Timeline of Connecticut
- Timeline of Delaware
- Timeline of Georgia (U.S. state)
- Timeline of Hawaii
- Timeline of Idaho
- Timeline of Illinois
- Timeline of Indiana
- Timeline of Iowa
- Timeline of Louisiana
- Timeline of Maine
- Timeline of Massachusetts
- Timeline of Minnesota
- Timeline of Mississippi
- Timeline of Missouri
- Timeline of Montana
- Timeline of Nebraska
- Timeline of Nevada
- Timeline of New Hampshire
- Timeline of New Jersey
- Timeline of New Mexico
- Timeline of New York
- Timeline of North Carolina
- Timeline of North Dakota
- Timeline of Ohio
- Timeline of Oklahoma
- Timeline of Oregon
- Timeline of Pennsylvania
- Timeline of Rhode Island
- Timeline of South Carolina
- Timeline of South Dakota -- this article has been created with the chronology from Doane Robinson in the link provided; since Robinson published the book in 1904, the article does not include history from 1905 onward. Contributors will have to expand the timeline themselves. Runner1928 (talk) 20:42, 20 May 2015 (UTC)
- Timeline of Tennessee
- Timeline of Texas
- Timeline of Utah
- Timeline of Vermont
- Timeline of Virginia
- Timeline of Washington (state)
- Timeline of West Virginia
- Timeline of Wisconsin
- Timeline of Wyoming
Brazilian Civil WarBrazil experienced numerous civil wars, especially in the 19th century. There was no singular event such as the United States experienced, so this link would be something of a misnomer and there is already a list of Rebellions and revolutions in Brazil. I have changed the only link to this red link to rebellions and revolutions in Brazil, which was the only one extant on Wikipedia. However, it may be a good idea for someone to start a page covering the general topic.
- San Blas War / San Blas Rebellion - The events in 1925 involving the conflict between Panama and the natives of the San Blas islands that lead to the independent state of San Blas. http://www.americatravelling.net/panama/san_blas/san_blas_history.htm
- Llama Ch'uyay - A holiday celebrated in Bolivia where they dose llamas in a "medicine" mixture and force them to drink it on July 31.
- Spiritual Conquest - The Iberian effort to convert Native Americans to Christianity in colonial times in Latin America.
- Parliament of Negrete (1803) - translation of the article on the Spanish Wikipedia
Unknown continent (at moment - to be sorted)
- [Jam boy] page does not exist, supposedly british colonists/slavers used this method to attract bugs away from themselves.
Seargent Sunshine (AKA Sgt. Richard Bergess formerly with the San Francisco Police Department), was a SFPD seargent who, in uniform, Smoked a joint on the steps of the San Francisco Hall Of Justice before 300 onlookers on Easter Sunday of 1968. He was later fired and served 9 months for posession of marijuana. Sources: http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1310&dat=19791211&id=wAYzAAAAIBAJ&sjid=EuIDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4497,3590651
- Lux Hotel
- Pattala - as in Pattala-Thit, Myanmar? map
- Sacro Sancta Edict/Sacrosancta Edict - Edict that helped solve the Great Schism
- is not a place but an adjective
- St. Legers,Lords Viscounts Doneraile, Doneraile Court, their former residence in 1636.
- Sanper Pal one of the ancestors of Khanzada Rajput clan who converted to Islam during time of Feroze Shah Tugluq and renamed as Bahar Nahar Khan.The name of other ancestor was Sauper Pal renamed as Chajju Khan. Both have saved the life of Feroze Shah Tugluq from an ambushing lion.
- Literary Works in the 1930s - All literature of literary merit written and published in the 1930s.
- The Spatial Turn or Spatial Turn - Apparently this is a rethinking of physical geography, from the formerly dominant macro (continents, islands, mountains, arable land vs desert, etc ) to the micro, how place, position, physical access affects change over time. Spatial factors have always been present in history and geography (colonial farms along the St Lawrence River in Canada were long and narrow because the oxen used for plowing were difficult to turn) but is now being considered more systematically. "What is the Spatial Turn?" ; New York Times Article "With Digital Mapmaking, Scholars See History" ; "The Spatial Turn: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Routledge Studies in Human Geography)" 
- History of Alcohol in American combat zones - military consumption rate for each war, medicinal uses, social/physical reliance.
- Slave trade (!!!) – is only a redirect, has no specific article yet! (Why...???)
- Boston commercial gazette - the paper that printed "The Gerry-mander" image (see http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83021284/ for its various names through history - it was called the Boston gazette in the period 1803-1816)
- Guido Bruck - Notable Austrian numismatist, specializing in Roman coins. A German page exists for him https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guido_Bruck and can be a starting point
- De Obitu Willelmi, also called on the death of William,an account on William the Conqueror's death
- Air Combat Aircraft, List of Air Combat Aircraft victories by type and model - I've seen list of Aces, and which aircraft the use, List of Air victories by conflict, but have not scene a list of all air combat victories by all combat aircraft made over time. I think such a list would be very useful for researches in measuring and comparing the overall effectiveness of combat aircraft in warfare, technological capabilities, and politics, regional and world wide, for each time period.
- Abraham Lincoln hat - The hat Abraham Lincoln is portrayed with throughout popular culture
- Gas Masks in WW2 an article that gave more depth about gas masks in WORLD WAR TWO would be really good, http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk or http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk are good resources
- the age of caesar
- Hannibal Head Holey Dollar - Australia's first coin
- Treaty Coat - worn by Canadian Aboriginals, manufactured by colonists in 1800s
- 13 constellation calender ref: Ophiuchus (the serpent holder)
- The Annals of Sargon
- Bernardo Bembo - was a prominent statesman of the Republic of Venice and the father of the famous humanist Pietro Bembo .
- Antique vanities - elegant oval vanities made of gold, silver or precious jewels
- Armada chest – iron or iron-bound strongbox of the 17th or 18th century
- The Blage Manuscript – a verse miscellany compiled by John Mantell from c. 1534-1541, and George Blage from c. 1545-1548; manuscript is a source for Thomas Wyatt's poetry
- Borgia map – mainly a decoration piece; world map made in the early 15th century; engraved on a metal plate
- The Central Park Papers – set of papers written by Calvert Vaux, architect of Central Park, regarding the existence of a historical treasure hidden in the park; the papers are highly secretive and in a cipher but can be easily obtained (); some believe that Vaux was drowned for this reason
- Crux decussata – an article for the physical historical St. Andrew's cross as opposed to the heraldic design, or the modern piece of BDSM equipment
- English currency in the 1600s
- Flag of Italian Somaliland
- Georgian Bay Cup – deleted two times for no assertion of notability—not that there's a lack of sources. Message Blurpeace (requester) for more information if needed
- Kentoshi Fune Saigen Project – collaborative cultural project between China and Japan; undertaken around the time of the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, to build and display a 1:1 replica of a trade ship sent by Japan as a cultural envoy to the Tang Dynasty. replica was displayed at the World Expo museum in Shanghai. This project, among other efforts, evidences attempts to repair tensions between the two countries stemming from the Second Sino-Japanese War. The project's theme song is "Utsukushii hito" (????,Beautiful Person).
- Project 'Q3' – Cunards proposed new flagship of the 1950s which never came to be
- SS Thomas Tracey – ship that wrecked on the wreck of another ship in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
- T-50-2 – a better, but more difficult-to-implement version of the USSR's T-50 light tank
- Zhengshi (??) – historical books considered orthodox by the Imperial Court of Sinosphere -- Note added 7/4/13 Probably this is the Twenty-Four Histories, that is, the official Chinese history of each dynasty written by its successor.
- Nefer beads
- Emblems of Mortality(pamphlet)
- Cèllere Codex- Document written by Giovanni da Verrazzano to François I after the expedition of 1524. Original can be found at the Pierpont Morgan Library.
- Goffering iron
- Costrel - Appears to be some kind of medieval (?) portable container for liquids. Has entries in dictionaries, but surprisingly there's nothing about them on Wikipedia.
- Codex juris ecclesiastici Anglicani - a work, written by Edmund Gibson which discusses the legal rights and duties of the English clergy, and the constitution, canons and articles of the English Church.
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- Ancient peoples of Anatolia
- History of the Ancient and medieval peoples
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- Slavic settlement of Balkans
- Slovian peoples of Central and Eastern Europe
- History of the ethnocultural and linguistic Romanization
- Celtisation of the Iberian Peninsula
- Germanisation of Ancient Celts
- Romanization of Ancient Celts
- Germanisation of the Iberian Peninsula
- Germanisation of Gaul
- Germanisation of Prussia
- Slavicisation of the Eastern Celts
- Slavicisation of Illyrians
- Slavicisation of Bulgars
- Slavicisation of Scytho-Sarmatians
- Slavicisation of Finno-Ugric peoples
- Slavicisation of Turkic peoples
- Romanization of Illyrians
- Romanization of Thracians
- Romanization of Dacians
- Romanization of Anatolia
- Romanization of Ancient Italy
- Hellenization of Anatolia (c. 8th-1st centuries BC)
- Hellenization in the Macedonian Empire
- Hellenization in the Byzantine Empire
- Turkification of the Pontic-Caspian steppe
- Turkification of the North Caucasus
- Turkification of Central Asia
- Turkification of Finno-Ugric peoples
- Turkification of Ādharbādhagān and Arran
- Turkification of Anatolia
- Arabization of North Africa and the Middle East
- Arabization of the Iberian Peninsula
- History of Székesfehérvár – History of Székesfehérvár. Székesfehérvár is a city in central Hungary and is the 9th largest in the country.
- History of Fejér – Fejér is the name of an administrative county (comitatus or megye) in Central Hungary.
- Andrew Jackson versus the Cherokee Nation – article by Robert V. Remini
- Al-Awalik – The Yemeni tribe to which recently dead Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki belonged
- The Boys from Macau – name by which was referred the elitist community of Portuguese and Asian-Portuguese young adults from Macau that moved to Hong Kong in the 1930s and 1940s
- Coyne and livery – system of inter-clan political control in Gaelic Ireland during Middle Ages and Tudor Period
- Foresteros – indigenous migrants of New Spain in 16th to 18th centuries
- Gayones – indigenous people of Venezuela
- history of the information-technology industry – history of the IT industry; companies' impact on IT, economy, business organization, financial results, market dynamics
- Kawelka – indigenous people in Western New Guinea
- Ambassadors from Spain to the United Kingdom
- Mangury – large Kurdish tribe; about one million members living in Iraq and Iran
- Mensú – contracted workers near the boarder of Argentina and Paraguay
- Muriah, India – the story of a culture anthropologists consider the happiest culture on earth; "Kingdom of the Young", an article by Gordon Troeller and Claude Deffarge, translated from the German magazine,Stern (August 1972)
- native woodlands arts – in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Ontario, Canada
- Qasrawi – history of the Qasrawi from Palestine Qasra history; information about Qasrawi, Qsrawi, Kasrawi
- Shihus – People cited in Qatar
- Tamil dynasties – the three Tamil dynasties in India, Chera, Chola and Pandya; the three have separate articles, but needs a short overview about Tamil dynasties
- Twig and Plums – secret society from Princeton University
- Crimes in laredo, Texas.
- askani baloch – lives in province balochiatn of both countries Iran and Pakistan
- Ancient South American Cultures
- Xauxa - ancient South American culture
- 26th SS-Standarte Paul Berck
- After Underground Railroad
- Baker-Howard Feud
- August Madness - Period leading up to the start of WWI
- The Great Binge - The "Great Binge" is a term used by historians to describe the period between 1870 and 1914 when various drugs were developed and widely consumed, alongside strong alcoholic drinks, without prohibition and in quantities that nowadays are considered excessive.
- India's first civilisation
- British Colonization of South Africa - The process by which the British colonized South Africa, and took over as the Anglo-Boer War and the Apartheid occurred.
- Should have page on how to make BC into BCE. Would be very useful.
1910-1920 fashion: there is an article about 1920s fashion, but not one about 1910-20.
- Internet-generated Phenomenae - Investigative Blogger
- First day of the year: please translate from italian it:Primo giorno dell'anno. The article lists the "first day of the year" according to the different calendar style used during the past centuries in different countries. They were: 1st Gen of course but also: 1st Mar, 25th Mar, the Easter day, 1° Sep, 25th Dec... Very interesting and useful to establish the right birth/death dates for historic peoples.
A list of the longest wars in world history.
- [[ in 1981,Nichidatsu Fujii, dispatched his followers to march and chant around the globe in support of the U.N. 2nd. special session for disarmament. In the U.S.A marchers began in New Orleans, L.A. and San Francisco, in Canada marchers began in Montreal and Toronto. The San Fransisco March began on Oct. 21, 1981 with a ceremony on Alcatraz. 13 marchers, being Buddhist followers of Nipponzan-Myōhōji, Native Americans, U.S. and German citizens, began the S.F. march. marching about 20 mile per day they were hosted each night by community groups in every town and on Native reservations. many mayors and town councils made proclamations and such honoring the the peace and disarmament marchers. over the course of the march citizens were moved to join. By the time they arrived in Chicago the S.F. marchers numbered about 30. in may of '82 the group of about 40 marchers from Toronto Ont. joined the S.F. group in Buffalo N.Y. at the International Peace Bridge doubling the size of the group. thru the state of N.Y. 10 to 20 people joined the march daily.when the S.F. group walked across the George Washington Bridge they numbered about 300. the groups on other march routs also grew over the 7 months. on June 12, 1982, In Central Park Nipponzan-Myōhōji marchers from the U.S.A., Europe, Africa, and Asia, joined with mobilization for survival organizers and religious and peace groups from around the world in a peaceful demonstration for disarmament of many million people.]]
From Wikipedia,Part of a series on Buddhism Nichidatsu Fujii (藤井 日達 Fujii Nichidatsu?, 1885–1985) was a Japanese Buddhist monk, and founder of the Nipponzan-Myōhōji order of Buddhism.
- Safarberlik and its meaning in the memories of people in Greater Syria - There is a wikipedia article about a Lebanese film that tackles the topic of Safarberlik but there is not article about the topic itself. My article will be about the historical event itself. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safar_Barlik
- Rouge River Massacre at Ford Plant 1932 - see Ford Hunger March
- British conflicts since 1944
- List of last surviving World War II veterans by country
- Martyrs de Meilhan, often referred to as the Maquis de Meilhan; the massacre of 76 people in the Gers, France on 7th July 1944
- Chinese Tribute Trade Sytem
- First King ever known to mankind and the origin of the kings and the kingdoms
- The Blitz in Britain - see The Blitz
- Ancient Greek Colonization
- Attack on Ashkelon
- British occupation of Havana - The occupation and administration of Havana and western Cuba by the British Empire between 1762 and 1763 during the Seven Years' War
- Mildmay Conferences or Mildmay Park Conferences - Keswick holiness teachings, Sir Robert Anderson, Dwight L Moody impressed by the organization. Each year a book was published of the addresses delivered at teh conference. Missionary conferences.
- Tomochic Rebellion - In terms of history in general, it is not particularly well-known, but it is a notable event of Mexican history during the Porfiriato that can be used to understand both religion as a rallying point of rebelliion and the effects of modernization of rural and/or indigenous peoples.
- The Global Great Depression - the overall effects the Great Depression had on the world as a whole
- The Union's entry into the Civil War - Reason's to why the Union entered the war are very important.
- Okinawa Reversion Treaty - Reverted control of the Ryukyu Islands and Senkaku Islands from USA to Japan in 1971.
- Reagan v. Farmers' Loan Trust Company- Supreme Court case associated with the laissez faire policies of the Gilded Age
- The El Monte Berry Strike of 1933 - large, multi-ethnic labor strike (http://www.jstor.org/stable/25157372, http://lahistoriasociety.org/?lhs=berrystrike, http://aztlanjournal.metapress.com/app/home/contribution.asp?referrer=parent&backto=issue,7,9;journal,68,68;linkingpublicationresults,1:120206,1)
- The Battle of Cologne 1945 - The United States 3rd Armored Divison swept through the city and meet armoured resistance from German panzers and ground forces.
- problems faced by nascent pakistan 1947 -Problems of Partition and nascent Pakistan State: -
Canal Water Dispute – Accession of Princely States – Division of assets – Refugee and accommodation crises – Security for the newly-formed state – Social issues (health, education, national language) – The Kashmir issue .
- Cheraw War - An Indian War in the Southern British Colonies in North America
- Clarendon County War - An Indian War in the Southern British Colonies in North America
- Chowanoc War - An Indian War in the Southern British Colonies in North America
- Coree War - An Indian War in the Southern British Colonies in North America
- Stalin's broadcasted speech (3 july 1941) (equivalent to Churchill's and Roosevelt's speechs) . A machine-translation from the WP ru article would suffice, it doesn't seem bad; thanks beforehand Arapaima (talk) 04:40, 21 August 2013 (UTC)
- Samba Rebellion - failed rebellion in Louisiana in 1731 in which Samba, a member of the African Bambara nation, had as many as 400 slaves prepared to rise up and kill all the French from Point Coupee to the mouth of the Mississippi River
- rapacious dealer abductions of Korean girls (1932-1939) ja:朝鮮南部連続少女誘拐事件 Please change into a more desirable title.
- Manza War
- please add entry for Black Hawk Indian War which Abraham Lincoln was involved in.
- Concerned Officers Movement This group of anti-war officers was formed in 1970 and lasted for 2 or 3 years during the Vietnam War. There is a lot of reference material available on the internet. I was one of the members and a founder of the San Diego chapter or I would write it myself.
- Battle of Lyrskov Hede (da, no)
- Treaty of Lutsk
- 1985 CIA logic bomb
- New York Metropolitan Fair - Seems to be a large event in 1864 in New York City. Many photos of it exist on Commons.
- Richard Parker (shipwrecked) - strange coincidence considering the events of Edgar Allen Poe's novel and real life
- O St market shooting http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/1994-04-01/news/9404010483_1_dead-youth-started-shooting-gang
- Battle of Cut Foot Sioux - seems to be a battle which took place at cut foot Sioux near deer river Minnesota. One of the last battles before the Ojibway successfully drove out the Dakota. Supposedly named after a Dakota Sioux who had a cut foot.
- West Germanic Revolution the phenomenon between approximately 100 BCE and 200 CE, where western Germanic peoples abandoned the traditions of the tribal king and a new nonroyal chieftain emerged as war leader
Archaeology by Country
- Archaeology of Albania
- Archaeology of Andorra
- Archaeology of Austria
- Archaeology of Belarus
- Archaeology of Belgium
- Archaeology of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Archaeology of Bulgaria
- Archaeology of Croatia
- Archaeology of Cyprus
- Archaeology of the Czech Republic
- Archaeology of Estonia
- Archaeology of Finland
- Archaeology of France
- Archaeology of Georgia (country)
- Archaeology of Germany
- Archaeology of Greece
- Archaeology of Hungary
- Archaeology of Iceland
- Archaeology of the Republic of Ireland
- Archaeology of Italy
- Archaeology of Kazakhstan
- Archaeology of Latvia
- Archaeology of Liechtenstein
- Archaeology of Lithuania
- Archaeology of Luxembourg
- Archaeology of the Republic of Macedonia
- Archaeology of Malta
- Archaeology of Moldova
- Archaeology of Monaco
- Archaeology of Montenegro
- Archaeology of the Netherlands
- Archaeology of Norway
- Archaeology of Poland
- Archaeology of Portugal
- Archaeology of Romania
- Archaeology of San Marino
- Archaeology of Serbia
- Archaeology of Slovakia
- Archaeology of Slovenia
- Archaeology of Spain
- Archaeology of Sweden
- Archaeology of Switzerland
- Archaeology of Turkey
- Archaeology of Ukraine
- Archaeology of the United Kingdom- England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
- American Association of Ancient Historians Org's page: http://associationofancienthistorians.org/, third party pages listing it: http://www.historians.org/affiliates/assn_ancient_hisn.htm, http://www.ancient-world.org/associations.htm
- Destruction of the Adelaide streetcar route Toronto, Ontario
- 100-Day Benchmark 
- Terrorism sponsored by the United States. The article United States and state terrorism is on a different subject: it only covers the debate about whether US actions are considered terrorism, not those actions themselves. The current content on this subject is thus distributed among several different pages. As a starting point, there is this reference, which is only for Latin America.
- Memoria Pichilemina - website about a town in Chile. There are some news articles about the website in local newspapers. See  (El Expreso de la Costa), and La Voz de la Región, republished here. There is an article on the Russian Wikipedia, too.
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Chronology", Alabama; a Guide to the Deep South, American Guide Series, New York: Hastings House – via Hathi Trust
- "Timeline of Alaska's History". Alaska Public Lands Information Centers. U.S. National Park Service. Retrieved May 2014.
- Federal Writers’ Project (1956). "Chronology". Arizona, the Grand Canyon State. American Guide Series (4th ed.). New York: Hastings House.
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Chronology", Arkansas: a Guide to the State, American Guide Series, New York, OCLC 478887 – via Hathi Trust
- Federal Writers' Project (1939), "Chronology", California: Guide to the Golden State, American Guide Series, New York: Hastings House – via Open Library
- Federal Writers' Project (1938). "Chronology". Connecticut: a Guide to its Roads, Lore, and People. American Guide Series. Boston: Houghton Mifflin – via Hathi Trust.
- Federal Writers' Project (1940). "Chronology". Georgia: a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside. American Guide Series – via Google Books.
- Info Grafik Inc. "Hawaii Timeline". HawaiiHistory.org. Honolulu: Hukilau Network.
- Federal Writers’ Project (1941). "Chronology". Indiana: a Guide to the Hoosier State. American Guide Series. New York: Oxford University Press – via Hathi Trust.
- Federal Writers' Project (1938), "Chronology", Iowa: a Guide to the Hawkeye State, American Guide Series, New York: Viking
- Federal Writers' Project (1941). "Chronology". Louisiana: a Guide to the State. American Guide Series. NY: Hastings House. pp. 693–703.
- Federal Writers' Project (1937). "Chronology". Maine: a Guide 'Down East'. American Guide Series. Boston: Houghton Mifllin – via Hathi Trust.
- Federal Writers' Project (1937), "Chronology", Massachusetts: a Guide to its Places and People, American Guide Series, Boston: Houghton Mifflin
- Federal Writers' Project (1949), "Chronology", Mississippi; a Guide to the Magnolia State, New York: Viking, OCLC 478887
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Missouri Chronology", Missouri: A Guide to the 'Show Me' State, American Guide Series, New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce
- Federal Writers' Project (1939). "Chronology". Montana: a State Guide Book. American Guide Series. NY: Viking Press.
- Federal Writers' Project (1957), "Chronology", Nevada: a Guide to the Silver State, American Guide Series, Portland, Or.: Binfords & Mort
- Federal Writers' Project (1938). "Chronology". New Hampshire: a Guide to the Granite State. American Guide Series. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
- Federal Writers' Project (1946). "Chronology". New Jersey: a Guide to its Present and Past. American Guide Series. NY: Hastings House.
- Federal Writers' Project (1940). "Chronology". New Mexico: a Guide to the Colorful State. American Guide Series. NY: Hastings House. p. 423+.
- Federal Writers' Project (1940). "Chronology". New York: a Guide to the Empire State. American Guide Series. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Federal Writers’ Project (1939). "Chronology". North Carolina: a Guide to the Old North State. American Guide Series. p. 567+ – via Open Library.
- Federal Writers' Project (1938), "Chronology", North Dakota: a Guide to the Northern Prairie State, American Guide Series, State Historical Society of North Dakota
- Federal Writers' Project (1940), "Chronology", Ohio Guide, American Guide Series, New York: Oxford University Press – via Google Books
- "Timeline of Ohio History". Ohio History Central. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio History Connection.
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Chronology", Oklahoma: a Guide to the Sooner State, American Guide Series, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press
- Federal Writers' Project (1951). "Chronology". Oregon: End of the Trail. American Guide Series. Portland: Binfords & Mort.
- Federal Writers' Project (1940), "Chronology", Pennsylvania: a Guide to the Keystone State, American Guide Series, New York: Oxford University Press – via Google Books
- Federal Writers' Project (1937), "Chronology", Rhode Island, American Guide Series, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, OCLC 691847
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Chronology", South Carolina: a Guide to the Palmetto State, American Guide Series, Boston: Houghton Mifflin
- Federal Writers' Project (1939), "Chronology", Tennessee: a Guide to the State, American Guide Series, New York: Viking – via Hathi Trust
- Federal Writers' Project (1940), "Chronology", Texas: A Guide to the Lone Star State, American Guide Series, New York: Hastings House – via Hathi Trust
- Federal Writers’ Project (1937). "Chronology". Vermont: a Guide to the Green Mountain State. American Guide Series. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Riverside Press.
- "Notable dates in Virginia history". Virginia Historical Society.
- Benjamin Vincent (1910), "Virginia", Haydn's Dictionary of Dates (25th ed.), London: Ward, Lock & Co. – via Hathi Trust
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Chronology", Washington: a Guide to the Evergreen State, American Guide Series, Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort – via Hathi Trust
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Chronology", Wyoming: a Guide to Its History, Highways and People, American Guide Series – via Google Books
- "Shanghai To Build World Expo museum". Xinhuanet. Xinhua News Agency. Retrieved 18 March 2011.
- "Japan Sends Ships to Tang Dynasty". Baidu Encyclopedia. Retrieved 18 March 2011.
- "Utsukushii Hito". Wikipedia.org. Wikimedia Foundation. Retrieved 18 March 2011.
- Grandin & Joseph, Greg & Gilbert M. (2010). A Century of Revolution. Duke University Press. ISBN 978-0-8223-4737-8.