Old Political CartoonsNov 11 2010Poking fun and puncturing pomposity—how can you interpret political cartoons? [...] »
Martha BallardNov 11 2010Learning about the life of a midwife in 18th-century Maine through her diary and other sources. [...] »
Trade Routes and Emerging Colonial EconomiesOct 10 2010The direct and indirect impacts of various trade routes during the 16th through 19th centuries. [...] »
East St. Louis MassacreOct 10 2010Raising "the terrible weapon of self-defense" during riots in 1917 Illinois. [...] »
Trailing Lewis and ClarkOct 10 2010Spain sent several expeditions to find the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery. [...] »
Fine Line Between Thief and EntrepreneurOct 10 2010Explore the fine line between Captains of Industry and Robber Barons and how the terms has evolved over time. [...] »
Digitized Newspaper ArchivesOct 10 2010How do you go back and find "the first draft of history"? [...] »
New England PuritansSep 9 2010Trying to build a New Jerusalem on the coast of Massachusetts. [...] »
Breaking the Confederate Line at AntietamSep 9 2010Hour by hour account of how Union Generals moved on the battlefield at Sharpsburg. [...] »
The Possible Path of Barnard BeeSep 9 2010Examination of counterfactual questions and how they are used in historical analysis. [...] »
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