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Criminal history, the Jazz Age, and the Red Scare all in one legal case. Understand the early 20th century through the Case of Sacco and Vanzetti. [...] »

Photo, New York City--Among the poor..., 1873, Matthew Somerville Morgan, LoC

Navigate a virtual exhibit of a 1991 archaeological undertaking. [...] »

Gelatin silver print, Italian family. . . , 1905, Lewis Wickes Hine, NYPL

Have a question about New York City or state history? More than 750 articles available. [...] »

Photo, Japanese American boys and their bicycles, c. 1909, U of WA

Go back in time and witness the harsh conditions at Japanese Internment Camps during World War II. [...] »

Being Jewish in modern America

This site, produced by PBS, uses multiple resources to examine the history and influence of Jewish culture in the U.S. [...] »

Photo, Government discoveres method to preserve..., 1938, Harris & Ewing, LoC

View early films of New York City life. [...] »

Plano I Descripcion de la Costa, desde el Cavo de Cañaveral 1756

Peruse maps of Spanish and Portuguese colonization, exploration, and military ventures. [...] »

Horrible Massacre of Emigrants: The Mountain Meadows Massacre in Public Disco

Examine this 1877 massacre from a total of 40 different perspectives. [...] »

United States Immigrant Station c. 1903

More than 6,000 images related to U.S. social conditions and institutions. [...] »

Painting, John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, 1765, Sir Joshua Reynolds

State standards require you to teach VA history? Worry not! This site covers Virginia history from prehistoric times to the present. [...] »