Examples of World Wide Web Heritage
Celebrating Women's Achievements: 21 Pioneers. A series of portraits which highlight the achievements of 21 women from Canada's past in literature, music and society, by the National Library of Canada. In both English and French.
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Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies. An information page about the sponsor of the annual Festival of American Folklife, and a division of The Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C.
Watson. A multimedia exhibit about the legendary folk singer from the Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Includes several sound clips of his work and an updated concert schedule.
Art and Soul. A brief history of hula's demise and revival in both tourism and local spirit. Presented by "Aloha From Hawaii", a commercial Web server for Hawaiian businesses.
JUST. A Web journal of unedited accounts from people in all walks of life, collected around compelling social issues. The first volume features accounts from the VISTA Living History collection.
i`i Women's Sports. Celebrating the achievements of all women and girls in sports in the State of Hawai`i and the world. By the Media Task Force of the Honolulu Commission on the Status of Women.
Nagasaki. A visually stunning exhibit of black-and-white images by Japanese Army photographer Yosuke Yamahata, made on the day after the bombing of Nagasaki. Requires Netscape for viewing.
Stories -- Many Truths. Stories by Indian people who are on the Internet, some personal experiences, some myths, some imaginative creations. This server responds slowly, so be patient.
Hibakusha. Transcripts of eye-witness accounts of the bombing of Hiroshima, from a video project produced by the Hiroshima Peace Cultural Center and the NHK, the public broadcasting network of Japan.
House Collection of American Crafts. Presented by the National Museum of American Art, featuring images and video clips of contemporary craft works from the White House.