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Bring history home to young students with sources they can relate to—and prompt older students to think about the construction of concepts like "child" and "teenager." [...] »

Negative, Boy with pigeons. . . , 1935, Sam Hood, Flickr Commons

Imagine what it might have been like growing up over 100 years ago. [...] »

Book cover, The Pet Bubble Book, Rhoda Chase, Harper & Brothers, 1919

For story time or personal research, peruse historical children's books. [...] »

Screencap, Children's Lives at Colonial London Town

Invite young students into colonial history with the stories of children from three very different families. [...] »

Photo, Carolyn Reese teaches Freedom School class(2), 1964, Herbert Randall...

150 oral history interviews and 16 collections of documents address the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi. [...] »

Photo, Prisoner 4100, 1872, The National Archives UK, Flickr Commons

Review litigation studies ranging from mental health facilities and jail conditions to equal employment. [...] »

Photograph, Governor’s Palace, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Experience life in Colonial Williamsburg without visiting Virginia. [...] »

Glass lantern slide, Girl in butterfly or flower costume, 1902, Flickr Commons

What can oral histories tell us about girlhood, adolescence, and more in the United States? [...] »

Illustration, The Foreign Legion, June 1918, Boy's Own Paper.

Cover art and full texts from dime novels preserve the popular culture of an industrializing U.S. [...] »

Postcard, Charity Postcard of Irvin Malzi, 1910, Robert Bogdan Collection.

Explore the experiences of those with disabilities through documents and images dating from the 18th century to the present. [...] »

 
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