The Avalon Project at Yale Law School contains several primary-source documents from both the colonists and Parliament during the revolutionary era.
The audiovisual holdings on the American Revolution in the National Archives provide a diverse array of images, from contemporary engravings, paintings, and later images that show how the Revolution was mythologized in American memory.
The U.S. Army website includes an online history detailing the military component of the American Revolution.
PBS has produced a companion website to its Liberty! series on the American Revolution.
PBS, Michigan State, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Humanities & Social Sciences Online have partnered together in order to create a very comprehensive site with further internet references, discussion threads, teaching tools, essays, and book reviews.
A range of primary sources on the Revolution—and the philosophical inspirations for it—are available from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands.