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Photo, ". . . Ballets Russes. . . , 1936-1937," Max Dupain, Flickr Commons

Do you know how to dance the Sleigh Bell Polka? Learn the proper way to perform 19th and 20th century dances. [...] »

Photo, Villa of Brule the great hostile Indian camp..., 1891

Pre-Columbian calendars were very different from the ones we use today. Are these statements about Native American timekeeping true? [...] »

Lithograph, "'Saving daylight!' . . . ," 1918, Library of Congress

Politicians get hot under the collar when discussing the hottest of topics—the sun’s light. Which statements about Daylight Saving Time are true? [...] »

Illustration, "Karpfenschuppige Taube. . . ," 1880s, NYPL

For each pair of animal and plant species, identify the one that is not native to America. [...] »

Photo, ". . . Children await inoculation," 1944?, Library of Congress

Have you had your shots? Which childhood diseases do these public health announcements address? [...] »

Photo, "Oyster," November 3, 2007, Swamibu, Flickr Commons

Shellfish pirates stole from the rich to feed themselves—and make a little money on the side. [...] »

Photo, "Elizabeth Freeman," 1910,  Bain News Service, LoC, Flickr Commons

What does the Constitution mean to you? Match each quote to the historical figure whose view of the Constitution it reveals. [...] »

Photo, [Two policemen arresting a striker. . . ], 1910, Library of Congress

Stand up (or sit down) for better working conditions! Test your knowledge of strikes in U.S. history. [...] »

Photo, African American baseball players, c.1899-1900, Library of Congress

Baseball might be America's favorite past time, but it has not always been inclusive. Can you answer these questions about African American ball players? [...] »

Print, The Etude, 1907, A.E. Dressler, Library of Congress

Before "pop" music reigned supreme, jazz and ragtime amassed great public popularity. [...] »

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