Allow students to see that history as we know it is interpretation, perspective, and bias. [...] »
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180 documents and artifacts interpret 19th-century westward exploration and the [...] »
Analyze letters written by America's presidents to learn more about these men. [...] »
What messages are hidden in art and architecture? Explore the Library of [...] »
More than 5,500 transcribed newspaper articles related to the Mexican-American [...] »
These worksheets from the Library of Congress help students analyze primary [...] »
Create interactive reconstructions of history with this timeline builder. [...] »
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