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Photo, MobileBooth West in Reno, StoryCorps blog

Connect 20th-century events and daily life with real human experiences through oral history audio files. [...] »

Photo, Va Ave. at Hugh J. Grant Circle.., June 30 1940, Percy L. Sperr, 1931-42.

See uncommon photograph subjects for the turn-of-the-century, such as street peddlers. [...] »

Photo, 1930s, Recordings from Hard Times, Studs Terkel: Conversations...

Meet Studs Terkel—oral historian, radio host, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. [...] »

Illustration, Little Red Cloak, 1866, Harriet Burn McKeever, Library of Congress

Provides full-text transcriptions and page images of 1815–1865 Sunday school books addressing religious instruction for youth. [...] »

Robert Brewster Stanton in Glen Canyon - Colorado River about 1893. NYPL

Follow the journey of two men through the western United States. [...] »

Medallion, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848, Our Documents

A diverse array of Antebellum, Civil War, and Gilded Age lesson plans for your convenience. [...] »

Photo, Pioneers near Lawrence, Kansas, 1856, Kansas State Historical Society.

Primary and secondary sources examine the growing divisions in Kansas and the nation prior to the Civil War. [...] »

Photo, Men panning gold, c. 1900-1927, Lomen Bros., Library of Congress

Gold mining, though often portrayed as lawless, was, in some cases, big business. [...] »

Periodical cartoon, Punchinello Volume 0001 Issue 5, p.80, April 30, 1870, LoC

What magazines do you read? What did people read in the 1800s? [...] »

A Desperate Struggle from Michael Schaack's Anarchy and Anarchis

Written in the form of a drama, this website takes visitors through the Haymarket Affair. [...] »