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Red and white 100 Leaders logo surrounded by eight historical images.

Examine the meaning of leadership through world leaders. [...] »

ABMC Homepage, 2016

Features over 224,000 records of individuals buried or memorialized in ABMC cemeteries and memorials worldwide. [...] »

Poster, Images of America: A History of American Life.., Alexander Street Press.

Databases of digitized firsthand accounts and literary works document periods in American history, the experiences of minorities, and other topics. [...] »

Photo, Pete Seeger arrives at Fed. Court with his guitar over his shoulder, LoC

Discover blues, country, bluegrass, gospel, Cajun, Zydeco, Tejano, and Native American music. [...] »


What did the U.S. government think of its own attempt to overthrow Castro? [...] »

Jessie de Soto with her son Tommy, 1939

Sit back and enjoy folk and popular music recordings from 1930s California natives and immigrants. [...] »

Viva La Raza painted by UW students

Washington State educators, bring diversity and reform activism into your classroom with resources on this civil rights movement. [...] »

Photo, Roy Takano [i.e., Takeno] at town hall meeting, LOC

Gain inspiration for new ways to approach political history. [...] »

Photo, Chinese cobbler in Portland's Chinatown, 1889, Oregon Historical Society

Which ethnic groups have made their homes in the Columbia River Basin? [...] »

Map, . . . 1990 Dutch First Ancestry, 1997, William Bowen, Digital Atlas. . .

Learn about the American people through US maps generated using 1990 census reports. [...] »