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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. [...] »

Photo, Carguero pasando bajo. . . , 2008, José Antonio Galloso, Flickr, cc

View more than 13,200 photographs of California labor and community life between 1921 and 1965. [...] »

Photo, Golden Gate Bridge at Dusk..., August 21, 2006, Thomas Hawk, Flickr

Meet the designer, financier, engineers, architect, and laborers of the Golden Gate Bridge. [...] »

Photo, Rural school children, TX, Apr. 1943, J. Vachon, U.S. Office of War Info.

Explore this database of over 150,000 photographs that capture the true nature of this crisis and its solutions. [...] »

World War I African-American draftees into U.S. Army in front of Hall of Records

Follow the formation of the African American community in the city of Hartford, CT [...] »

Photo, African Americans often served on..., 1941-45, The Perilous Flight.

Explore World War II's color film footage. [...] »

United States Immigrant Station c. 1903

More than 6,000 images related to U.S. social conditions and institutions. [...] »

[Abraham Lincoln, U.S. President, looking at a photo album with his son 1864

Immerse yourself in antebellum and Civil War life. [...] »