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Photo, MobileBooth West in Reno, StoryCorps blog

Connect 20th-century events and daily life with real human experiences through oral history audio files. [...] »

Gelatin silver print, Italian family. . . , 1905, Lewis Wickes Hine, NYPL

Have a question about New York City or state history? More than 750 articles available. [...] »

Map, Portugalliae, c.1579, Abraham Ortelius, Library of Congress

How are Brazil and the U.S. similar? How are they different? [...] »

Photo, The Bibo's, Floersheim's, and Seligman's, ca. 1950, Southwest Jewish Arch

Learn about the ethnically diverse history of Tucson, AZ. [...] »

Photograph, View of a streetcar..., Los Angeles, ca. 1890, Title Insurance and..

With over 126,000 photographs, maps, and other documents, this site offers a comprehensive look at the history of Los Angeles and southern California. [...] »

Photo, Rudy Acosta in Italy, VOCES Oral History Project

Ever wondered about the wartime experiences of Latinos and Latinas? VOCES seeks to help remedy the gap in U.S. popular historical narrative. [...] »

Photo, Octavia Estelle Butler, October 28, 2005, NikolasCo, Flickr

Learn about all of America's most famous female writers of color with this comprehensive website. [...] »

Detail, home page

Explore the stories of California's diverse immigrant groups through essays, photographs, and their own words. [...] »

Photograph, July 4th parade, Russell Lee, Library of Congress.

What would it be like to grow up poor? Greek? Mexican? Rich? [...] »

Photo. Louis McDowell gives neighborhood girl a haircut as her mother looks on.

How does an industrial past shape current work and play? How does it affect what professions still exist in cities? [...] »

 
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