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Detail, home page

Explore the stories of California's diverse immigrant groups through essays, photographs, and their own words. [...] »

Martin Luther King Jr. Birth Home, 501 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Fulton, GA LOC

Which locations, open for visitation, are most relevant to the civil rights movement? [...] »

 Photo, Casa Juan de Anza, July 1, 2007, ashi, Flickr

Check out this site to see "how the West was won." [...] »

Photo, Wood’s Saloon, Turret, 1905, Western History Photography Collection

How does your view of the American West compare to the visual reality? [...] »

Photo, Sheriff badges, August 19, 2007, S.C. Asher, Flickr

This gateway site provides a wealth of resources pertaining to the American West. [...] »

Cartoon, The Coming Men!, Feb. 28, 1863, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Explore the archives of the Chicago Historical Society to learn about Lincoln's assassination through objects. [...] »

Detail, homepage, What Exit?

Travel through history with the New Jersey Turnpike. [...] »

Crayon. . . , Elvis, the Artist. . . , 1988, Donald Paterson, Smithsonian

Learn about Elvis' bizarre visit with Richard Nixon through this collection of primary sources. [...] »

Photograph, July 4th parade, Russell Lee, Library of Congress.

What would it be like to grow up poor? Greek? Mexican? Rich? [...] »

Photo, East Entrance of White House, DC Public Library Commons, Flickr Commons

There's more to the White House than the President himself—music, art, staff, pets. . . [...] »

 
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