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Sixty-four photographs taken by Lewis W. Hine between 1908 and 1912 document child labor conditions. [...] »

Primary and secondary sources document the minority struggle for civil rights in Seattle's history. [...] »

A variety of primary sources and background essays explore the 1911 fire, a hallmark tragedy of the industrial age. [...] »

The court proceedings surrounding the Haymarket Affair look at the event that led to the first "Red Scare" in America. [...] »

Provides a multimedia introduction to "the greatest strike in American history." [...] »

Peruse this collection of over 900 items relating to Chicago's Hull House to discover its influence on 20th century urban development. [...] »

Offers oral history resources examining life in southern textile mill towns from the 1880s to the 1930s. [...] »

 
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