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The Duke of York, from Rare Pictures. . . , 1914, Wisconsin Historical Society

Search Wisconsin newspapers mainly from 1860 through 1940. [...] »

Photo, Hauling Logs With Oxen, c. 1880, Wisconsin Historical Society

Take in full articles from the 1917 through 2005 editions of the Wisconsin Magazine of History. [...] »

Chichester Riverside Cabins, Wisconsin

Wisconsin educators, search the online collections of the oldest American historical society for primary sources. [...] »

Photograph, Gustevas Roberts, rear, 1957, Jimmy Dumbell, Charlotte Observer

Examine the events which led to and the aftermath of Brown v. Board of Education. [...] »

Postcard, Spectators at the lynching., May 16, 1916, J. Allen and J. Littlefield

An assemblage of more than 80 photographs and postcards of lynchings, from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. [...] »

Photo, Our Grief is Not a Cry for War, 28 Dec. 2001, Jim Costanzo, LoC

If you're searching for 9/11 materials, this website offers easy access to materials across the Library of Congress's collections. [...] »

Photo, Clara Shortridge Foltz, I.W. Taber, Online Archive of California

How many female lawyers can you think of in U.S. history? [...] »

Photo, Puerto Rican Needleworkers during New Deal, Women and Social Movements

Offers 45 mini-monographs on U.S. women's history, each organized around an analytical question concerning a social movement. [...] »

Amateur Photographers on Cruise Ship,  c.1905

What have women artists considered worthy of depiction in the U.S. West? [...] »

Print, [Women and a man in a room, United States, 1841], New York Public Library

Peruse this website to explore comments made by Tocqueville, Beaumont, and others on the early 19th-century American woman. [...] »

 
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