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Photo, no title, January 7, 2007, plebeian regime, Flickr

Midwest teacher looking for local history primary sources? Try these nine digital collections. [...] »

Photo, "Maltie" (cat) - summer, 1908, Louis Milton Thiers

What would your life have been like as a Belgian immigrant in Wisconsin? [...] »

Embroidery, c.1827-1840, Kummer family member, Moravian Museum of Bethlehem

Imagine life as a Moravian in Bethlehem, PA. [...] »

Brooklyn Daily

Explore the history of Brooklyn, 1841 through 1902, with historical newspaper issues. [...] »

Jessie de Soto with her son Tommy, 1939

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

Watercolor on paper, [Miner on horseback], 1900, J.J. Harley, Bancroft Library

View the early history of California through this collection of over 30,000 photographs. [...] »

Detail, home page

At the virtual home of the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Culture, six exhibits highlight ethnic culture in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. [...] »

Map. Bounds of area from which data for Detroit were collected

How many hospital beds did New Orleans have in 1960? Was it able to accommodate the poor and sick? [...] »

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. [...] »

Photograph, Rob Kidd, one of the young.... Alexandria, Va, 1908-12, Lewis Hine.

Sixty-four photographs taken by Lewis W. Hine between 1908 and 1912 document child labor conditions. [...] »

 
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