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Postcard, Winter surf bathing in Florida, c.1901-1907, Florida Memory

Long before sunblock, boogie boards, or bikinis...did ladies wear corsets to the beach? [...] »

Postcard, [. . . rural carrier. . . ], 1912, Smithsonian, Flickr Commons

Trade in your old Cabriolet for a new 1876 Landau? Test your knowledge of the trendiest 19th century carriages. [...] »

Photo, Kellogg Company. Women inspecting filled boxes of cereal..., 1934

A morning meditation on flakes: Do your morals and values help you decide which cereal to eat in the morning? [...] »

Photo, Sea Lion performance, c.1971-1982, http://www.floridamemory.com/

How did explorers describe the plants and animals they discovered in America? [...] »

Photo, "AT CALGGETT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL...," 1973, David Hiser, NARA

You know Mother's Day is all about mom, but do you know the history of the holiday? [...] »

Photo, Dog barking into the telephone, 1957, http://www.floridamemory.com/

Should you leave your hat on when you talk on the telephone? [...] »

Photo, Civil Rights March on Washington, DC , 1963, NARA

To each prophet, a certain way of speaking. Match civil rights leaders with their words. [...] »

Chromolithograph, "My first duel [frog with gun]," n.d., NYPL

Pistols at noon, or handbags at dawn? Decode the Code of Honor by answering these questions on dueling etiquette. [...] »

Photo, Cardiff Giant, c.1910-1915, Bains News Service, Library of Congress

Peruse the news, but beware hot air? Examine famous U.S. hoaxes. [...] »

Slide, "Cutting Burley tobacco. . . ," 1940, Marion Post Wolcott, Flickr Commons

How did the American colonies get addicted to growing tobacco? [...] »

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