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

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

Photo, Excavation of the Phips Plantation in Woolwich, Maine, 1986-2001...

Explore the history of 17th century New England and, more specifically, the Salem Witchcraft Trials. [...] »

Painting. MEN OF PROGRESS by Christian Schussele (1824-1879). NPG

Compare changing artistic styles, or source images of famous individuals. [...] »

Oil painting of United States gunboat Owasco under full sail. LOC

We all know the role of the wagon in westward expansion, but what of ships? [...] »

Poster, Five Sullivan Brothers. . . , 1941 - 1945, NARA

A collection of primary sources detailing the American war effort in World War II. [...] »

Oil on canvas, Sarah Solis Carvalho, c. 1856, Solomon Carvalho, Flickr Commons

Explore Jewish heritage outside of the Mid-Atlantic or the Holocaust. [...] »

Photo. The "Road Hog" bus, El Rito, New Mexico. 1968. Lisa Law

Check out the music scene, communes, and protests of the 1960s. [...] »

Illustration, Lady's Back Fashions for May 1840., May 1840, Godey's Lady's Book.

Presents articles from 18th- and 19th-century newspapers, magazines, and books, with a focus on the Mid-Atlantic region. [...] »

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Experience Caucasian, middle-class Northeastern life through the collections of four families. [...] »

Drawing, High..Wide..And Handsome, 1954, New York Times Magazine.

Archives more than 7,000 newspaper and magazine advertisements printed in the U.S. from 1911 to 1955. [...] »

 
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