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Video still, The Presidents, National Endowment for the Humanities.

Profiles all 42 of the nation's completed presidencies. [...] »

Cover, Maple Leaf Rag, 1899, Scott Joplin, Wikipedia

Browse more than 630 ragtime Midi files. [...] »

United States Immigrant Station c. 1903

More than 6,000 images related to U.S. social conditions and institutions. [...] »

Photo, WTC Recovery Operation at Fresh Kills, 2001, Mark Schaming, NY Museum.

Known for the 9/11 tragedy, the World Trade Center possesses a broader social history. [...] »

Sheet music cover, Star spangled banner...

What does the flag mean in the terms of forging a cohesive U.S. identity? [...] »

Lithograph, St. Mihiel, 1919, M. Toussaint, LoC Prints and Photos Division D.C.

Peruse every edition of the "official newspaper" of the U.S. Army fighting forces during World War I. [...] »

Painting, John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, 1765, Sir Joshua Reynolds

State standards require you to teach VA history? Worry not! This site covers Virginia history from prehistoric times to the present. [...] »

Screenshot, You Have the Right to Remain Silent, Supreme Court, PBS

The Supreme Court is the final law of the land. Uncover its intricacies with this resource from PBS. [...] »

Cartoon, Will He Dare Do It?, March 2, 1878, John Scott Clubb, LoC.

Follows the history of American taxation through a collection of primary and secondary sources. [...] »

Cover, Federal Constitution of the United Mexican States, 1824

When was Texas part of Mexico? The U.S.? Separate? [...] »