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Photo, Spirit photograph...of John K. Hallowell, c.1901, S.W. Fallis, LoC

View fantastic photography throughout the ages in over 15 exhibits. [...] »

Louisiana Purchase Treaty, 1803, NARA

Explore 14 significant and compelling documents from the National Archive Holdings. [...] »

Peary sledge party at the North Pole, April 7, 1909 NARA

Introduce students to 25 documents selected by the National Archives for their historical importance. [...] »

American Social History Project

Looking for a new way to teach history? Peruse new media and educational resources. [...] »

Photomechanical print, The awakening, Feb. 20 1915, Henry Mayer, LoC.

Interested in using the Library of Congress to research women's history, but unsure how to start? [...] »

Book Cover, "Weaker than a Woman by Bertha M. Clay,"

What was the turn-of-the-century woman's "beach read"? [...] »

Platinum print, Girl from Rättvik, c.1906-1914, Augustus F. Sherman, NYPLDG

Speed up your online search for resources on American women's history with this research guide. [...] »

Picture of the Beecher family c.1850. Taken by Mathew Brady, New York.

Did you know that Harriet Beecher Stowe's family was also involved in abolitionism? [...] »

Video still, The University of Michigan, University of Michigan.

Meet 13 African American women and the Ann Arbor communities in which they grew up. [...] »

Photo, Anne and her husband with Helen Keller, c. 1905, AFB

When teaching about Helen Keller, why leave out her friend and educator Anne Sullivan Macy? [...] »

 
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