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Illustration, Marshall Pass, Continental Divide, CO. Burlington Route, 1892, LoC

What impressions did the average citizen or foreigner form of early America and its people? [...] »

Louisiana Purchase Treaty, 1803, NARA

Explore 14 significant and compelling documents from the National Archive Holdings. [...] »

Peary sledge party at the North Pole, April 7, 1909 NARA

Introduce students to 25 documents selected by the National Archives for their historical importance. [...] »

Photo, Shrimp-pickers in Peerless Oyster Co., March 1911, Lewis Hine, LoC

How has photography altered our perception of and the actuality of reality? [...] »

Photograph, President Warren Harding, 1921, American President: An Online...

Presents detailed information on all 43 of the nation's presidents. [...] »

Title page, An Intro to the Black Panther Party, 1969, John Brown Society, MSU.

From the Ku Klux Klan to the IWW, examine 129 historical documents from radical organizations. [...] »

Photo, Pete Seeger arrives at Fed. Court with his guitar over his shoulder, LoC

Discover blues, country, bluegrass, gospel, Cajun, Zydeco, Tejano, and Native American music. [...] »

Map, Nova totius terrarum, 1635?, Willem J. Blaeu, The New York Public Library.

Explore the mid-Atlantic region with more than 1,852 maps created before 1850. [...] »

Photo, Arthur Cooper, nha.library, Flickr Commons

Read and listen to firsthand narratives on slave life during the 19th century. [...] »

American Social History Project

Looking for a new way to teach history? Peruse new media and educational resources. [...] »