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Image, the web of American Transcendentalism

Presents texts by and about the major figures of American Transcendentalism. [...] »

Engraving, A House Divided..., 1787, Amos Doolittle, Library of Congress

A collection of special documents and artifacts held within the Library of Congress. [...] »

Diary page, Uniform of the 40th New York Vols., 1861, Robert Knox Sneden, VHS

Meet Virginians from the 1860s, and learn about their lives. [...] »

Photograph, Harry and Beatrice Houdini with the Welsh..., 1895, McManus-Young.

Follows the development of popular entertainment forms from the 1870s to the 1920s, through playscripts, playbills, and media clips. [...] »

Photomechanical print, The awakening, Feb. 20 1915, Henry Mayer, LoC.

Interested in using the Library of Congress to research women's history, but unsure how to start? [...] »

Book Cover, "Weaker than a Woman by Bertha M. Clay,"

What was the turn-of-the-century woman's "beach read"? [...] »

Platinum print, Girl from Rättvik, c.1906-1914, Augustus F. Sherman, NYPLDG

Speed up your online search for resources on American women's history with this research guide. [...] »

Cover, How to dance. A complete ball-room and party guide, 1878, LoC

This collection of social dance manuals showcases the social history of Europe and America. [...] »

Picture of the Beecher family c.1850. Taken by Mathew Brady, New York.

Did you know that Harriet Beecher Stowe's family was also involved in abolitionism? [...] »

Photo, Cahokia frog pipe, July 30, 2004, mharrsch, Flickr

How did the Moundbuilders create the massive earthworks for which they are known? [...] »

 
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