Oregon Newspaper Project: This freely accessible resource provides access to historical Oregon Newspapers from 1860 to 1922.
PBS Video Collection: Access to hundreds of PBS documentaries including Empires of the West by Ken Burns and others on The Pacific Northwest.
Archive Grid: This resource provides lists and faining aides of what is in archives. You can search by what an archive near you has, or see what archives have primary sources on a general subject that may interest you.
New York Times: This electronic resource goes back to 1985. The New York times is a good resource for US events, and many libraries have access to older editions either electronically or in microfiche.
Oregon Hertitage: This site has a variety of resources from historic site database to County histories.Shaw Historical Library: Oregon Tech's Shaw Library hosts a number of electronic resources including the Klamath Waters Digital collection
Academic search premier- General resource for finding journal and other types of articles
American Memory Project - Documents and artifacts from the Library of Congress historical collections
Calisphere- Primary documents about California contributed by 120 libraries, archives, and museums.
Center for Columbia River History promotes the study of the history of the Columbia River Basin through interdisciplinary research projects, publishing material in text and electronic format, sponsoring teacher seminars and free public programs, and developing curriculum.
Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest (CSPN) - dedicated to advancing scholarship on the Pacific Northwest, and the North American West more generally, with an emphasis on historical research.
CQ Researcher- provides in-depth coverage of the most important issues of the day.Full-length articles include an overview, historical background, chronology, pro/con feature, plus resources for additional research.