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Photo. Coke Plant Transformers in Transformer Station. Gary Works

Relive the construction of the city of steel—Gary, Indiana. [...] »

Illustration, The Sphere of Woman, March 1850, Godey's Lady's Book.

A collection of primary source material for teaching women's history and mid-19th century culture. [...] »

Lieutenant-General Grant's Reception at Galena, Illinois, August 18, 1865

Deepen your coverage of the late 19th century with the letters of Ulysses S. Grant, war-hero-turned-president. [...] »

Oil painting, Uncle Tom and Little Eva, 1853, Robert S. Donaldson, Detroit

Explore Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin as the American cultural phenomenon it was. [...] »

Photo, 9/11/07: 9/11 on TV, comicbase, Flickr

How was the TV-viewing world introduced to the events of 9/11 in the U.S. and around the world? [...] »

Photo, Keeping fit with the medicine ball, 1927, Edwin William Krauter, NYPL

Learn about race in the Progressive Era through the life of Jack Johnson, the original African American Heavy Weight Champion of the World. [...] »

Photo, Robie 03 (chicago1083), July 3, 2008, ceart99, Flickr

View Prairie School works by famed architects and designers Wright, Sullivan, Elmslie, Purcell, and Maher. [...] »

Photographic sketch book, Head Quarters guard..., c. 1865, A. Gardner, Flickr

Presents medical and mortality statistics and records on 35,747 white males who served in the Union Army. [...] »

Sketch, Pending the Ordinance, David Hunter Strother, Library of Virginia

Trace Virginia's route to secession in the Civil War with more than 200 primary sources. [...] »

Image, United States Early Radio History: A Wireless Message.

How did radio move from major technological advance to mass popular culture? [...] »

 
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