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Teresa Bagioli Sickles confession, 1859

Can I interest you in a metallic artificial leg? [...] »

Pamphlet,  Electricity at work portraying. . . , 1933, University of Chicago

Browse official publications from the 1933-1934 World's Fair. [...] »

Illustration, Guinea propia, nec non Nigritiae vel Terrae Nigrorum.., 1743, LoC.

A chronology of African slavery, with links to other websites and useful primary sources. [...] »

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. [...] »

Canadia Pacific Ad. 1950s.  Ad Flip

Nostalgic for X-ray glasses advertisements? [...] »

Photo. Jessie Lloyd with an unidentified group. 1928

Source documents to help you approach 20th-century feminism. [...] »

Image, Alcohol, Temperance & Prohibition, Brown University Library Center...

More than 1,800 primary sources provide a window into the Temperance Movement and Prohibition. [...] »

Broadside, This evening, Friday, July 20th. . . ,  Drury Lane Theatre, NYPL

Explore American life through advertisements, literature, poetry, Civil War envelopes, and more! [...] »

Detail, homepage

Explore approximately 100 activities designed for classroom use. [...] »

Bombardment of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, April 12 and 13, 1861

Watch scholars analyze primary sources from the Civil War at this complement to the Richmond, VA museum. [...] »