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Locomotive 1066 East of Springfield, Missouri

Missouri teachers looking for primary sources, look no further. Explore this portal for resources from libraries, universities, archives, and heritage sites throughout the state. [...] »

Photo, Remembering the Greensboro Lunch Counter, 2008, afagen, Flickr

More than 50 virtual exhibits ranging from Julia Child to West Point. [...] »

Photo, Weir Farm National Historic Site, NPS U.S. Dpt. of the Interior.

Use this website to plan and organize lessons around NPS properties and locations. [...] »

Photograph, The Lincoln Memorial, DC SHPO.

Explore the historic sites in more than 50 cities and towns across the U.S. [...] »

Tintype, Two women fencing, c. 1885, George Eastman House, Flickr Commons

Start your research into Women's history with the National Women's History Project. [...] »

Print, Washington's Reception by the Ladies. . . , 1848, Flickr Commons

Use New Jersey during the American Revolution as a national microcosm. [...] »

Poster, North American Women's Letters and Diaries, 2010, Alexander Street Press

Read the personal correspondence and diaries of women such as Phyllis Wheatley and Margaret Fuller. [...] »

Color print, The Spirit of America: Join, 1919, Howard Chandler Christy...

How did World War I effect the lives of the everyday North Carolinian? [...] »

Illustration, Fourth of July. . . , c. 1840, Rhinehart, Northern. . . site

Investigate racial issues during and after the Civil War through letters, illustrations, and official documents. [...] »

Lithograph, Crate label..., El Modena, California, 1930, Orange Public Library.

Explore California from Japanese American internment or the Free Speech Movement to oral histories. [...] »

 
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