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Photo. The Civil Rights Vigil at the 1964 Democratic Convention

Explore women's political history and activism from the 1960s onward. [...] »

Map, Mouth of the Columbia River, WA and OR, Nov. 16-25, 1805, W. Clark, Codex 1

Presents the complete text of the Nebraska edition of the Lewis and Clark journals, along with supplementary secondary sources. [...] »

Drawing, The Scalp Dance, 1855, Gustav Sohon, WA State Historical Society.

Presents the letters and diaries of Kate and Sue McBeth, late 19th-century missionaries and teachers among the Nez Perce Indians. [...] »

Photo, Dallas Korean Americans for Obama (5), February 28, 2008, Flickr

Meet singer Florence Ahn, minister Soon Hyun, and others. [...] »

Arkansas farmers building a cooperative syrup mill on FSA. 1940

What role has art had in the depiction and reality of U.S. labor? [...] »

Diary, page 1, Dec. 1868, Laura Jernegan, Martha's Vineyard Museum

Make whaling, a rich part of New England history, relevant to young students with the diary of a six-year-old at sea. [...] »

Illustration, Keep Within Compass, 1785-1805, Winterthur Museum.

Compare early women's rights campaigns to the rhetoric of the American Revolution. [...] »

Photo, Mayor La Guardia speaks over WNYC. . . , 1940, Fred Polumbo, LoC

Access more than 500 webcasts from the Library of Congress. [...] »

Negative, Rose Sanderson, Bain News Service, Library of Congress, Flickr Commons

Learn about the women's rights movement through the secondary sources offered by this website. [...] »

Graphic. Living Voices

How do Native Americans preserve their heritage in the world of today? [...] »

 
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