The Historical Text Archive: Electronic History Resources, online since 1990 Bringing you digitized history, primary and secondary sources
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Welcome to Don Mabry's Historical Text Archive !

The HTA is in its 26th year of publishing high quality articles, books, essays, documents, historical photos, and links, screened for content, for a broad range of historical subjects. It was founded in 1990 in Mississippi and is one of the oldest history sites on the Internet. This site is dynamic with regular additions to its contents and its link collection.

The site is divided into three sections: articles, e-books, and links. The article section contains the articles, documents, essays, and photographs. You can reach any of these by using the navigation table on the left of the screen or by using the breadcrumbs.

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HTA Contents: 771 articles, 77 books and 9401 links.

  • Writings About the Jacksonville Beaches
  • Wave Our Hats and Holler "HOORAY"!
  • Turning Sand Into Gold
  • African American Locomotive Fireman
  • Princess to Pauper: The Legend of Elizabeth P. ...
  • Map of Panama Canal Zone, 1913
  • Watercolor Scenes of Jamaica and Panama in 1913
  • Colonial Panama: Nombre de Dios, Porto Bello, a...
  • Who were the English Monarchs?
  • Pablo Beach, Florida 1910

  • Telling Tales in England and Australia
  • Mayport Chronicles
  • Looking Backward
  • I've Been Working on the Railroad
  • Polish Migrants to Western Australia, 1950-70