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Home Made Candy Recipes By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill 1909

75 full-text cookbooks let you or your students prepare the foods from the 19th to the early 20th century. [...] »

Cartoon, Romeo (Seward) and Mercutio, Feb. 1, 1868, p. 76 Harper’s Weekly.

Search this archive from the Harper's Weekly for a firsthand view into Andrew Johnson's impeachment. [...] »

Illustration, Invitation to the 1843 Commencement Ball, May 1843, UNC.

Primary sources document the history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the first U.S. public university. [...] »

Negative, Old Negro (former slave) with horn. . . , 1939, Russell Lee, LoC

Learn about the American south in the late 19th century through 141 firsthand texts. [...] »

Detail, homepage

Explore Florida state, regional, and local history. [...] »

Photo, View of nets, fishing boat and:Riviera Beach, FL, 1939, Charles Foster.

Presents more than 137,000 photographs of Florida on specific localities from the mid-19th century to the present. [...] »

Mural, Frederick Douglass appealing to President Lincoln, 1943, LoC

What was life like in abolitionist Frederick Douglass's home in Washington, DC? The NPS takes a look. [...] »

Negative, Richmond, Virginia. Group of Negroes ("Freedmen"), 1865, LoC

Follow the emancipation process through the eyes of its participants. [...] »

Wood engraving, The Freedmen's Bureau, 1868, A.R. Waud, Library of Congress.

Read about crimes committed in the former Confederate states between 1865 to 1868. [...] »

Photo, Wildwood Cemetery, from website

How did the Underground Railroad work? Listen to an insider's story. [...] »