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Illustration, Art recreations, 1860, Boston: J.E. Tilton and Company

What would your life have been like as a housewife in 1850? [...] »

Photo, Children on fence eating watermelon, 4th quarter of the 19th cent., VCU.

What might your life have been like as an African American in Virginia c. 1900? [...] »

Diary, page 1, Dec. 1868, Laura Jernegan, Martha's Vineyard Museum

Make whaling, a rich part of New England history, relevant to young students with the diary of a six-year-old at sea. [...] »

Header, Little Cowpuncher, vol. 2, no. 7, March 1936, Boboquivari School

If you were a pioneer, what would you have to say about your schooling? Students take up their pens and invoke their democratic freedom of the press. [...] »

Poster, Ayer's pills. Best family medicine, 1895-1917, New York Public Library

Access works on medicine and health by Clara Barton, Benjamin Coleman, Benjamin Rush, and others. [...] »

Photograph, The Lincoln Memorial, DC SHPO.

Explore the historic sites in more than 50 cities and towns across the U.S. [...] »

Photograph, Road grading in the quarry area, Sept. 1936. NARA.

Does the present global economic crisis compare to the Great Depression? Investigate more than 20,000 objects, documents, lesson plans, and images about the New Deal and decide. [...] »

Drawing, Two well-dressed girls accompanied..., Catharine H. Tuttle, 1830s-60s.

Examines 19th-century children in America: what they read, what was written about them, and what was written for them. [...] »

Photo, Norma Lawrence is 10 years old..., Lewis Hine, Library of Congress

Create your own thematic exhibits using Library of Congress images. [...] »

Cover, Things Girls Like to Do, 1917, Elizabeth Hale Gilman

How have childhood and gender roles changed over time? Browse five housekeeping books for girls. [...] »

 
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