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Painting, Portrait of George Washington, Gilbert Stuart andRembrandt Peale, Wiki

Read letters and documents written by the first U.S. president. [...] »

Amérique septentrionale / par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, géog. du Roy ; avec priuilè

What kind of map might you have used as an explorer? An early urbanite? [...] »

Photo, Zora Neale Hurston and three boys in Eatonville, Florida, June 1935, LoC

Read 10 unpublished Hurston plays based on her anthropological studies of the U.S. South. [...] »

Photo, Nicholas, Archie & Quentin & the dog, c.1904, Edward S. Curtis, LoC

Do films capture your students' attention? Introduce them to Roosevelt in motion. [...] »

Photo, Slavery Museum, August 31, 2009, timbrauhn, Flickr

Explore American slavery through this website's 33 primary source documents. [...] »

Photograph, Thomas Edison, 1870-1880, Brady-Handy Collection.

A vast database of Thomas Edison's papers, including correspondence, technical drawings, and clippings about the inventor. [...] »

Painting, Mending the Net, 1881, Thomas Eakins, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Discover one of America's great realists, and see the Philadelphia of his day. [...] »

Watercolor, View of Monticello and Garden, 1825, J. B. Peticolas, TJ Foundation.

Peruse more than 1,700 texts written by or to Thomas Jefferson—from correspondence to books and papers. [...] »

Print, Thomas Jefferson - by Stuart, New York Public Library Digital Gallery

Learn about Jefferson's political views through this collection of quotations from his writings. [...] »

Image, Thomas Jefferson to Hugh P. Taylor, October 4, 1823, LoC.

The largest collection of original Jefferson documents in the world. Really, we're serious. [...] »