DocsTeach is a product of the National Archives education division and is made possible in part through the National Archives Foundation. The site provides access to teaching tools and primary sources related to the American Revolution.
The Papers of George Washington, launched at the University of Virginia in 1968, is a scholarly documentary editing project that edits, publishes, and publicizes a comprehensive edition of George Washington's public and private papers.
U.S. House of Representatives: Historical Highlights. On this date, in one of the nation’s great acts of statesmanship, General George Washington voluntarily resigned his military commission to the Confederation Congress at the State House in Annapolis, Maryland, returning to private life at his Mount Vernon plantation.
A compilation of resources on the American Revolution compiled by the Archives Library Information Center at the National Archives and Records Administration. It includes links to documents and images at the National Archives, as well as links to external sites.