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Colonel Robert J. Milligan. . . , 1854-56, Dick S. Ramsay Fund, Brooklyn Museum

What might you have owned in Maryland or Virginia in 1740-1810? (Lesson plans included!) [...] »

Photograph, 1953 grand opening of Dave's One Stop..., 1953, Esther Don Tang.

A collection of primary sources detailing early Asian-Americans in Tucson, Arizona. [...] »

logo for the Puerto Rico Encyclopedia project

Connect with your ELL students with this bilingual Puerto Rico Encyclopedia! [...] »

Quilt, Mystical Rose, Barbara Curiel, Quilt Index

Consider broaching local or women's history using a quilt as a gateway artifact. [...] »

Photo, Crazy quilt, detail, Zenna Todd, September 27, 1978, Library of Congress

From the queer to the quite extraordinary—explore the art of quiltmaking in the Southern U.S. [...] »

Photo. Peace Lobbyist Jeanette Rankin, during the Neutrality Committee Hearing.

Explore California oral histories, or learn to conduct your own interviews. [...] »

Oil painting, Accused of Witchcraft, 1884, Douglas Volk, Corcoran Gallery.

Examine the verbatim transcripts of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials. [...] »

Image, National Geographic: Salem Witch-Hunt—Interactive, National Geographic.

An interactive website which takes visitors through the Salem witch trials. [...] »

Photo, Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C., 1963, NARA

Hear 12 renowned speeches by African Americans, including Marcus Garvey's only known recording. [...] »

Photo, Actual is not normal (a tribute to Edward Tufte), October 28, 2007

Observe statistical trends in U.S. beliefs and demographics from free speech to zodiac signs. [...] »

 
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