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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. [...] »

Print, Heroes of the colored race, J. Hoover, c.1881-1183, Library of Congress

Slavery, Reconstruction, the Civil Rights Movement—you have to teach these topics, so check out these essays to enrich your curriculum! [...] »

Photograph, Inside the Tenement, ca. 1890s, Freedom: A History of Us.

What exactly is freedom, and who possesses it? [...] »

Book cover, Jew Jokes, Little Giant, 1908, Library of Congress

Peruse this online exhibit on the history of Jewish life in the United States. [...] »

Pamphlet, Hell Located, Described and. . . , 1887, Caesar A. A. P. Taylor, LoC

Peruse an extensive collection of pamphlets related to African-American life leading up to, during, and following the Civil War. [...] »

Photo, 62 U.S. Military Telegraph Construction Corps, Apr. 1864, T. O'Sullivan.

Visualize the Civil War through the photographs selected by Alexander Gardner in 1865. [...] »

Photo, Domino Set, Gettysburg National Military Park

What did soldiers do between battles? Sometimes, fought off boredom! [...] »

Photograph, Fruita 1, 1999, Daniel Ter-Nedden, Ghost Town Gallery.

Turn off the lights, and explore the ghost towns of the West. [...] »

Image, Gifts of Speech: Women's Speeches from Around the World.

More than 400 speeches by women—politicians, scientists, and celebrities. [...] »

 
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