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Illustration, Hamilton Carhartt, Detroit Manufacturer, LoC

Explore Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin life through rare books. [...] »

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See Pittsburgh, PA, the way it appeared as early as the 1890s. [...] »

Photo, Eugene V. Debs, 1897, Library of Congress

Explore the clash of ideas and ideologies in early 20th century America. [...] »

Painting, Bathing of the Mandans, 1832-1839, George Catlin, Aurora University.

Trace the history of Illinois Country from 1673 through Illinois statehood in 1818. [...] »

Photo, Raleigh Haberdasher show window, D.C., 1925, Ntnl Photo Co. Collection.

An array of primary sources follows the rise of the consumer economy under Coolidge. [...] »

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Connect with your ELL students with this bilingual Puerto Rico Encyclopedia! [...] »

Photo. Peace Lobbyist Jeanette Rankin, during the Neutrality Committee Hearing.

Explore California oral histories, or learn to conduct your own interviews. [...] »

Photograph, Harriet Tubman and 7 Negro Tenants, I will be heard!-Abolitionism...

With over 300,000 pages available for full-text searching, this is one of the richest collections of anti-slavery and Civil War materials in the world. [...] »

Photograph, fya-july-1969, Filipino Youth Association Drill Team 1965-1985.

Primary and secondary sources document the minority struggle for civil rights in Seattle's history. [...] »

Asian crew at railroad camp

In 1919, Seattle workers launched the first general strike in U.S. history. Explore labor history with over 100 newspaper articles and other sources on the strike. [...] »

 
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