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Examine the nexus of representation, modernity, and urban life. [...] »

Orphan train participant and her children, 1924

Did you know that adoption was only recognized as a legal U.S. operation in 1851? [...] »

Illustration, A Slave Father Sold Away From His Family., 1859, Carlton.., LoC.

A comprehensive guide consisting of over 240 primary source items detailing African American history. [...] »

Henry Y. Bonds and family, ca. 1912

Let the Library of Congress introduce you to African-American history from colonization to the WPA. [...] »

Print, General Hospital No. 15. . . , May 9, 1865, Tennessee State Library. . .

Would you like a website, nay, a gateway that offers links to reliable sites on the Civil War? Here you are! [...] »

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Discover briefs on more than 60 iconic points in U.S. history. [...] »

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Unsure how to teach presidential history in an engaging manner? Try these activities and lessons. [...] »

The Capital and the Bay. 1600-1925 The Chesapeake illustrated. LOC

What picture have people painted of the Washington, D.C. in written works? [...] »

Photo, Banner Bible Band, Nashville, TN, 1902...

How did the Protestant Church become central to Southern African American communities? [...] »

Illustration, Pardon...Franchise. Shall I Trust.., 1868, Library Company of PA.

An impressive array of tracts (and more) brought together for your convenience. [...] »