There are many places on the internet that have good and plentiful information on Joseph Priestley, some of these are listed below. The Priestley Society also has numerous associates listed here.
Revolutionary Players - Joseph Priestley
A fantastic resource for all those interested in Joseph Priestley. The site includes general information about Priestley with numerous images of Priestley, his apparatus and letters by Joseph Priestley himself.
Overview of Priestley on Birmingham Jewellery Quarter Site
An intelligent overview of Priestley's life with some interesting quotes and links, includes a page on the Priestley Riots.
Joseph Priestley - Wikipedia
The Joseph Priestley page on wikipedia, like the link below to Joseph Priestley House, has become quite developed and informative and is highly recomended for your first information about Joseph Priestley.
Joseph Priestley House
The website for Priestley's House in Northumberland, Pennsylvania. The website contains an interesting background to Joseph Priestley and his house in Northumberland as well as information for prospective visitors.
Joseph Priestley House - Wikipedia
The detailed wikipedia page on Priestley's American home.
Lectures on Modern European Intellectual History - Joesph Priestley
A brief overview of Joseph Priestley and his achievments, as well as links for further information.
Morley Community Radio
The Priestley Society helped create a radio show about Priestley's acheivments for the Morley community radio station in 2005. The radio show is now freely available here. We highly recommend this for a light introduction to Priestley.
Founded in 1988, the Friends of Oakwell Hall and Country Park are a voluntary support group for this wonderfully authentic 16th Century Manor House and its surrounding 110 acres of country park. We are pleased to announce that many of the members of the Friends of Oakwell Hall are also members of the Priestley Society.
Woodkirk High School
A West Yorkshire School who are closely associated with the society and help to organise events in the community. Many members of the Priestley Society also work at or attend Woodkirk High School.
Joseph Priestley College
The Priestley Society is closely associated with this West Yorkshire College.