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Letter. [Notes for electric telescope, 1880 Feb. 27]. LOC

Listen to the recordings of the creator of the microphone and gramophone player. [...] »

Letter, August 6, 1873, Emma Spaulding Bryant, Duke University

Explore husband-wife relationships through this late 19th century series of letters. [...] »

Graphic. Encyclopedia Britannica: 1911

Find out what people thought of everything from ablation to vinegar in 1911. [...] »

Poster, Race characters do not die out..., 1920, American Philosophical Society.

Traces the history of the eugenics movement in the United States. [...] »

Illustration, The Great Fire in Chicago.., 1871, Kellogg & Bulkely, Chicago Hist

Brings together more than 600 federally-funded resources for teaching U.S. history. [...] »

Detail, homepage

Explore Florida state, regional, and local history. [...] »

Film still, Old Believers, 1981, Margaret Hixon, Folkstreams

View streaming videos on American folk culture from fox hunting to Zydeco. [...] »

Photo, U.S. Marines salute the U.S. Coast. . . , August 1944, Flickr Commons

Guam is often left out of discussions of U.S. history. Remedy the situation! [...] »

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Visit the businesses and meet the people of Harrisonburg, PA's 8th Ward. [...] »

Helen Keller's writing, June 20th, 1887, American Foundation for the Blind

Present Helen Keller's story in more detail with photographs and historical background. [...] »