History of the U.S. Courts for the Ninth Circuit
This site, maintained by the Office of the Circuit Executive, has a brief history of the Ninth Circuit, legislative and judgeship history, links to photos of historic courthouses, and information on historic cases.
Inside the Federal Courts
The Federal Judicial Center produced this site to teach federal court employees about how the courts work, how they are organized, and how they fit into the U.S. system of government. It is on their public website because it may also help students, the media, and the public.
The Federal Courts’ Educational Outreach Program
The Office of Public Affairs at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts developed this site to heighten public understanding of the federal courts. Included are curriculum materials for teachers.
The Eastern District of California Historical Society
The Official Homepage of the Historical Society for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California. Contains court history, judges’ biographies, an exhibit of the Abraham Lincoln Collection, and membership information.
The Northern District of California Historical Society
The Official Website for U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Historical Society. Contains information on past and current public programs, membership information, and contact information.
The U.S. District Court of Oregon Historical Society
The Official Website for the U.S. District Court of Oregon Historical Society. Showcases past newsletters, describes oral history program, lists public events, and has contact information.
Idaho Legal History Society
The Official Website for the Idaho Legal History Society. Contains information on “The Trial of the Century,” the 1907 murder case against labor leader William “Big Bill” Haywood.
The Pioneer Courthouse Historical Society
The Pioneer Courthouse Historical Society evolved from the Pioneer Courthouse Historical Committee of the U.S. District Court of Oregon Historical Society. It is an organization of judges, court staff, lawyers, historians, architects, and exhibit designers working to preserve and provide to the public the history of Pioneer Courthouse.