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Illustration, Emigrants Crossing..., 1869, H.B. Hall, Jr., California History...

40,000 written pages and more than 3,000 illustrations provide accounts of California history from the Gold Rush to the end of the 19th century. [...] »

Jessie de Soto with her son Tommy, 1939

Sit back and enjoy folk and popular music recordings from 1930s California natives and immigrants. [...] »

Watercolor on paper, [Miner on horseback], 1900, J.J. Harley, Bancroft Library

View the early history of California through this collection of over 30,000 photographs. [...] »

Photo, Coolidge, Son John, and father, John Coolidge, 1916, Plymouth Photos.

Ask yourself: What did Coolidge do for our country? [...] »

Photo, Susette La Flesche Tibbles or Bright Eyes, Price and Campbell

What would it be like to live with the Dakota Sioux? [...] »

Photo, Los Angeles/Cahuenga, Pat & Bernie Skehan, Carnegie Libraries of CA.

Learn about the California libraries built with Carnegie funding. [...] »

Photograph, Carrie Lane Chapman Catt, State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

A useful gateway site for materials on Carrie Chapman Catt and the women's suffrage movement. [...] »

Photo, African American boy. . . , November 8, 1921, Library of Congress

Did you know that, traditionally, newsboys read poems to their customers on New Year's? [...] »

Photo, Main Building-France, 1876, Centennial Photo Co., Free Library of Phil.

Primary sources from Philadelphia's 1876 Centennial Exhibition provide a view of the U.S.'s industrial development. [...] »

Photograph, Sarah Mattics, Center for Archaeological Studies.

Showcases archaeological excavations at Mobile and elsewhere in Alabama through images and exhibits. [...] »

 
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