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Photo, [Woman in front of hat display], 1969, James Jowers, Flickr Commons

Do you have your mother's—and her mother's—fashion sense? [...] »

Photo, Sustenance for the Inner Man. . . , 1973, Arthur Tress, Flickr Commons

Was there conflict in the past over one of our favorite summer treats? [...] »

Photo, Mrs. Nixon meeting with Big Bird, December 20, 1970

What about the other occupants of the White House? [...] »

Lithograph, "The Witch No. 1," February 29, c1892,  Joseph E. Baker, LoC

Burn the witch! Discover how historical coverage of the Salem Witch Trials has changed over time. [...] »

Photo, George and Laura Bush during the 2005 Inaugural Parade, 2005

Can you match these famous first words with their presidential speakers? [...] »

Photo, Lincoln Inaugural Bible, 2008, Michaela McNichol

The first day on the new job is difficult for everybody—including U.S. presidents. [...] »

Poster advertisement, Bristol's Sarsaparilla, 1857, Library of Congress

Be it the radio or the television, the slogans related to popular or unpopular products tend to stick on our mind. [...] »

Print, "Christopher Columbus," New York Public Library Digital Gallery

In 1492, what did Columbus really do? [...] »

Lithograph, "The Issue Joined," 1846, H.R. Robinson's Lith., Library of Congress

Fond or far-fetched, everyone has one—but as president, nicknames garner the respect and allegiance of the nation. [...] »

Photo, "Man Wearing a Straw Hat," 1899, The Field Museum Library, Flickr Commons

The Cuban Missile Crisis was one of the greatest conflicts between the US and Cuba. How did both nations interpret the Crisis? [...] »

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