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Print.  Otzar ha-limud ha-ivri. Flickr

Locate primary sources relating to U.S and global history. [...] »

Photo, Seven Non-Native Men...

How did newspaper illustration shape stereotypes (and our understanding) of the "Wild West"? [...] »

Map, Authorized Birds Eye View of the Alaskan.., 1909, WSU Libraries.

Washington was once part of an area contested for between the U.S. and Great Britain. [...] »

Illustration, Jell-O: America's Most Famous Dessert, 1925, Jell-O Company, Inc.

Follow the rise of professional advertising with these advertising items and publications from 1850 to 1920. [...] »

Letter. [Notes for electric telescope, 1880 Feb. 27]. LOC

Listen to the recordings of the creator of the microphone and gramophone player. [...] »

Letter, August 6, 1873, Emma Spaulding Bryant, Duke University

Explore husband-wife relationships through this late 19th century series of letters. [...] »

Photo, Chinese. . . , 1917, Chicago Daily News, Chicago Historical Society

Imagine your life in 19th and 20th-century Chicago with this extensive collection of images. [...] »

Lithograph, Moosehead Lake, 1840-1880, Currier & Ives.

Documents the birth of the conservation movement through published works, manuscripts, images, and motion picture footage. [...] »

Photo, Harriet Tubman Sculpture, March 21, 2008, Paul Lowry, Flickr

The 46 first-person accounts on this website effectively chronicle slavery in the United States. [...] »

Watercolor, U.S. Troops Burning the Cole House and Plantation, Knox Sneden, 1862

See the Civil War as it happened in Union soldier Knox Sneden's watercolors. [...] »

 
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