The academic extrapolation of alternate outcomes of historical events: see virtual history.
A construction of past events which is refuted in verifiable or otherwise generally accepted sources: see historical revisionism. Support for the history is generally undocumented or poorly documented. Belief in such histories are often based in belief of a conspiracy theory to explain its lack of documentation.
History told from an alternative viewpoint of a minority, such as women or the indigenous people, rather than the "white male" majority. For example: "Herstory" or history from a female perspective.
Fact-index.com financially supports the Wikimedia Foundation. Displaying this page does not burden Wikipedia hardware resources. This article is from Wikipedia. All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.