Eugenics in Indiana   [external link]
A website created by students as a research project. Outlines the history of eugenics in Indiana. Includes bibliographical information.

Scope Note 28: Eugenics   [external link]
Chapter dealing with Eugenics from the Scope Note series. The Scope Note series is a project which presents a "current overview of issues and viewpoints related to specific topics in biomedical ethics."

Image Archive on the American Eugenics Movement   [external link]
Extensive image archive (2200+ items) accompanied by several "virtual exhibits" spanning multiple social, political, and academic areas. Presented by Dolan DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Vermont Eugenics, A Documentary History   [external link]
Academic survey of the Eugenics movement in Vermont.

North Carolina's Eugenics Past   [external link]
Series of newspaper articles (2002, 2003, 2005) from the Inclusion Daily Express (Spokane, Washington) covering how North Carolina's state government is reconciling its past involvement with eugenics. Also includes links to other publications with articles about eugenics in other states (Virginia, Oregon).

H-EUGENICS: The History of Eugenics   [external link]
A "discussion network" intended to "provide a forum for the discussion of the history of eugenics." The forum is open to academics, scientists, and others who have a "scholarly interest in the history of eugenics."

Eugenics Bibliography   [external link]
A substantial list of reference sources attempting to provide a "thorough.. history of the eugenics movement in America." Listed by the Center for Biomedical Ethics, University of Virginia Health System.

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