This ring is dedicated to internet sites which feature historical information.
If you love history, you will enjoy the informative sites on The History Ring.
The purpose of this ring is to expose the viewers to a wide variety of sites.
If you are unfamiliar with Internet or Web Rings, they link together different Internet sites.
A person finding The History Ring logo can visit every member's site, without having to use a search engine or know the other sites' Internet location.
Any site, covering any period of time, or historical figure may join the ring, as long as your page is suitable for ALL age groups.
The History Ring is primarily designed for non-commerical sites. A commercial site must have significant historical content before it will be considered for membership
What's important to remember and to
keep in perspective is that commercialism in society wasn't as
prevalent in history and in many cases, as is true with American
Indians, it didn't exist at all. If someone was interested in
they wouldn't have the option to hop online to order a
or to drive around the corner to the
closest fast food restaurant, they had very few choices and mostly
depended on what they hunted, farmed, gathered or bartered for on
their own. It was a time when
and eating right didn't matter and
The Medifast Plan
was hundreds of years from existence and it's
this fact that makes history so interested to so many people.
If you are visiting the History Ring, most sites will have one of the History Ring logos on their page. A few may not. They all have the History Ring link box which will lead you to other members' sites.
Below you will find:
A place where members can edit their site listings.
And a list of History Ring member pages (so you can see an example).
A link to my own history page.
If you wish to add your site to the History Ring, Click Here
If you want to join the Ring, you must have a website which features historical information which is suitable for all age groups. You will also have to add some computer coding to your website. It is this coding which makes the Ring work. If you apply for membership, you will receive an e-mail with further instructions.
Why Join A Web Ring?
There are several reasons why you might want to join a web ring.
To get more people to visit your site.
To get visitors at your site who were unaware of your site.
To help expose the casual "web surfer" to a wider variety of subject matter.
As the ring expands, you get to visit many more new sites.
Being associated with other sites dealing with the same subject: History.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Editing your site
Once you are a member of the Ring, you can edit the Ring's information about your page.