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Screencap, index page, After Slavery

Does your textbook make Reconstruction sound simple? Explore the real pain and complexity of Reconstruction with primary sources focusing on the Carolinas. [...] »

Image, Alabama Maps, June 22, 2010, University of Alabama.

How have boundaries changed over time? Compare the maps of yesteryear with those of today. [...] »

Alexander Graham Bell, May 26, 2009, Thiophene_Guy, flickr.com

Alexander Graham Bell's work and interests extended far beyond the invention of the telephone. Explore his papers here. [...] »

The first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the cabinet. 1862

One convenient source for major historical U.S. documents. [...] »

Song sheet, Let me kiss him for his mother, Charles Magnus, LoC

How did people learn the latest music trends without electronics? [...] »

Scarf, 1888, Duke University

Follow presidential campaigns through the years with this collection of campaign materials. [...] »

Broadside, This evening, Friday, July 20th. . . ,  Drury Lane Theatre, NYPL

Explore American life through advertisements, literature, poetry, Civil War envelopes, and more! [...] »

Old Fort Jackson, Savannah, Georgia

Answer your questions about the Civil War with this list of physical and digital resources. [...] »

Bombardment of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, April 12 and 13, 1861

Watch scholars analyze primary sources from the Civil War at this complement to the Richmond, VA museum. [...] »

Photo. Capt. Benjamin Prouty, Capt. Gustavus S. Dana, and Capt. Klein. VA Tech

Through these writings, you can see how soldiers saw themselves as actors in Civil War battles. [...] »