I will provide, for anyone who subsequently comes across this question, what I am finding most beneficial.
These are pieces most generously posted by Keith Conrad:
What makes them especially remarkable for me as a self-studier is the clarity of presentation, the richness of examples, and the frequent warnings that point out possible misconceptions. Plus the exposition is quite motivating and keeps you engrossed.
They cover a wide range of topics (I am focusing on the Algebraic Number Theory section).
I just came across a great set of notes by Franz Lemmermeyer:
They a beautifully written and motivating, including numerous comments on the historical background involved in the development of the material.
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I appreciate the helpful advice offered, and have looked into them. However, I feel the items I've posted are of great value to me, so I wanted to emphasize that sentiment.