- Cartes géographiques numériques (Bibliothèque nationale du Québec) — The digital collection Cartes géographiques contains about one thousand cartographic images relative to the area of the Province of Quebec (Northeast America, New France). These images were mostly created from original maps and atlases but also from facsimiles.
- The Champlain Society — The collection contains seventy-four of the Champlain Society's most important volumes (over 37,000 printed pages) dealing with exploration and discovery over three centuries. It includes first-hand accounts of Samuel de Champlain's voyages in New France as well as the diary from Sir John Franklin's first land expedition to the Arctic, 1819-22.
- The Jesuit Relations and the History of New France
- — A five-part essay on the subject of Jesuit relations and the history of New France.
- Liens utiles aux historiens de l'Amérique française (l'Institut d'histoire de l'Amérique française) — A collection of scholarly links.
- Tracing the History of New France — A beautiful site with exhibitions, games, links, and a searchable database.
- Trésors de la Cartothèque de l'Université Laval
- Library and Archives Canada
- Canadian Museum of Civilization — Online Resources for Canadian Heritage — History, archaeology, ethnology, folk culture, popular culture.
- Veterans Affairs Canada: Canadian Military History — Details Canadian involvement in WWI, WWII, and the Korean War.
- Virtual Museum of Canada — Creative site that contains resources for teachers, as well as information about museums and exhibits. In English and French.
- Virtual Museum of New France — Genealogy, maps, chronology, explorers, and much more.
- Atlas of Canada — Origins of the People, 1901 — Shows the ethnic origins of people in various regions of Canada. In French.
- Canada's Digital Collections — This website showcases over 400 websites celebrating Canada's history, geography, science, technology, and culture. In English.
- National Archives of Canada — A quality website with tons of information about Canada and its people. In English or French.
- Quebec History — Marianopolis College presents a website with an extraordinary amount of Canadian history.
- Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoire — This page offers full-text versions of the Journal and a list of other relevant sites.
- Women in Canadian History — This page focuses on women in the history of Canada from Mary Hamilton and Francis Hopkins to Edna Jacques and Marie de la Tour.
- Government of Canada Primary Internet Site — This page gives you all you need to know about Canada, including its government, history, and culture.
- The Napoleon Series — “The Napoleon Series is an all-volunteer educational project. Amateur and professional enthusiasts donate their time and effort to collect and create content that is shared here as a public service. If you would like to share your studies, submissions are invited and heartily encouraged.”
- A Select Bibliography for the Study of French History, 1500-present — This is a bibliography of materials from Yale University. Very Comprehensive!
- History of France — This page gives information on the political, economic, social, environmental, and labor history of Russia. It also features sections on the history of specific regions in France.
- Histoire de France — This page is brought to you from Cornell University and is a thorough source of information on French History.
- The Victorian Web's French Revolution — A brief history by David Cody, Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College. Also includes links to related online documents.
- The War Times Journal's Napoleonic War Series — This is a collection of articles and primary source materials about the Napoleonic era. Primary source materials are mostly memoirs, dispatches, and the like. This page also gives you the opportunity to look at archive files as well as buy related books online through amazon.com.
- Napoléon — The Napoleon Foundation presents an entire page dedicated to the study of the civil, military, social and artistic achievements of the First and Second French Empires. Also available here is a library of articles and a collection of links to related sites.
- The Napoleon Bonaparte Internet Guide — This page links to resources that will help you understand the life and times of Napoleon.
- Historical Maps of Paris — This page contains Parisian maps from the 18th and 19th centuries. Archived from Columbia University.
- Africa Data Dissemination Service — This source gives you the opportunity to get maps by region/country, geographic area, or data theme.
- African Timelines: History, Orature, Literature, and Film — This is a wonderful page brought to you by Central Oregon Community College's Cora Agatucci. It includes a section for those of you needing to do research. I rate this page an A+!
- List of Francophone Cultures — This page is good for giving you a look at the many Francophone countries of West Africa and the Caribbean. It is taken from a course taught at the University of Minnesota called Literature and Culture of French-Speaking Africa and the Caribbean.
- History of Algeria
- History of Comoros
- History of Djibouti
- History of Tunisia — The previous four pages offer you a ton of information on everything about these countries, including their history, culture, customs, government, and much more. They are all brought to you by ArabNet, an online resource for the Arab world in the Middle East and North Africa.