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Photo, Library of the Congress, July 21, 2008, Javi S&M, Flickr, cc

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, the nation's oldest federal cultural institution, and the research arm of Congress. [...] »

Photo, Kids watching rockets at the Summer Adventure, LANL site

Follow the development of Weapons of Mass Destruction through the protection of the people of the U.S. [...] »

Photo, The Five of Hearts - Renault. . . , U.S. Army Center of Military History

The U.S. Armed Forces maintain multiple historical offices within each branch of the military and within smaller units of each of the services. [...] »

Photo, Mule driver, adolescent. . . , 1915, U.S. Bureau of Mines, MSHA site

Ever considered using mining to teach labor history?... [...] »

Photo, NASA, ESA, and M. Livio and the Hubble 20th Anniversary Team (STScI)

Since its inception, NASA has accomplished many scientific and technological feats in air and space. [...] »

Photo, A papier-mache cow. . . , 1944, Herald Newspaper, Flickr Commons

Why did George Washington start gathering national data on agriculture? [...] »

Cigarette card, Imaginary A plane, c. 1957-1958, NYPL Digital Gallery

Fly me to the moon became a famous Frank Sinatra line. NASA also made this a reality, and the National Air and Space Museum tells us the story. [...] »

Letter, . . . Flag Design Suggestion, 10/1958, Sheryl Byland, NARA

With more than 10 billion items addressing U.S. history, you're bound to find an excellent resource. [...] »

Map, The North America Tapestry of Time and Terrain, U.S. Geological Survey

Find or make your own statistical maps. These maps enable you to better understand the country that you live in, and the land that surrounds you. [...] »

Marginalia, CHNM

Ever wondered about the numbers behind the latest teaching trends? [...] »

 
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