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Explore the history of science and technology, maritime history, and the nation's pivotal explorers and scientists. [...] »

Lesson plans, essays, multimedia, activities, and artifacts of U.S. heritage. [...] »

This collection captures natural environments, ecologies, and plant communities at the turn of the 19th-to-20th centuries. [...] »

180 documents and artifacts interpret 19th-century westward exploration and the concept of Manifest Destiny. [...] »

Documents the birth of the conservation movement through published works, manuscripts, images, and motion picture footage. [...] »

Follows Jefferson's life, political participation, and accumulation of scientific geographical knowledge from 1735 to 1804. [...] »

16th-century to present-day maps, focusing on Americana and cartographic treasures. [...] »

Roughly 200 National Park Service locations preserve locations designated important to U.S. history and prehistory; explore their resources online here. [...] »

Contains 10,000 pages and images on Everglades reclamation efforts and the history of south Florida. [...] »

Presents the complete text of the Nebraska edition of the Lewis and Clark journals, along with supplementary secondary sources. [...] »