EH.net is a must-browse, so to speak. The scope of Economic History is very broad indeed.
Books reviews sorted out by domains :
A. Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Extractive Industries.
B. Business History.
C. Development of the Economic History Discipline: Historiography; Sources and Methods.
D. Economic Development, Growth, and Aggregate Productivity.
E. Economic Planning and Policy.
F. Economywide Country Studies and Comparative History.
G. Education and Human Resource Development.
H. Financial Markets, Financial Institutions, and Monetary History.
I. Government, Law and Regulation, Public Finance.
J. Historical Demography, including Migration.
K. Historical Geography.
L. History of Economic Thought; Methodology.
M. History of Technology, including Technological Change.
N. Servitude and Slavery.
O. Military and War.
P. Household, Family and Consumer History.
Q. Income and Wealth.
R. Industry: Manufacturing and Construction.
S. International and Domestic Trade and Relations.
T. Labor and Employment History.
U. Living Standards, Anthropometric History, Economic Anthropology.
V. Macroeconomics and Fluctuations.
W. Markets and Institutions.
X. Social and Cultural History, including Race, Ethnicity and Gender.
Y. Transport and Distribution, Energy, and Other Services.
Z. Urban and Regional History.
Links sorted out by domains as well :
– Professional Organizations.
– Academic Journals.
– Web sites for Colleges and Academic Departments.
– Individual Pages.
– Museums, Institutes, and Archives.
– Companies with Historical Information.
– Ongoing Seminars in Economic History.
– U.S. Government Sites.
– Library Catalogs.
– Major Listings of Historical Information.
– Economics Working Paper Archives.
– Data Sets.