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Ad, The Florida Agriculturist, August 15, 1906, p. 517, LoC, Text removed

What happened between 1880 and 1910 in the area where you live? [...] »

Photo, Brown Mine. Man digging coal..., October 1908, Lewis Hine, LoC

Visit this unique site to learn about the history of coal mining during the Gilded Age. [...] »

Detail, 1628 Across the Continent, Colonial House

Companion to a PBS television program, this site provides insight into everyday colonial life. [...] »

Photograph, Governor’s Palace, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Experience life in Colonial Williamsburg without visiting Virginia. [...] »

Photo, Chinese cobbler in Portland's Chinatown, 1889, Oregon Historical Society

Which ethnic groups have made their homes in the Columbia River Basin? [...] »

Woodcut, This is the Model City, ca. 1930s, Richard Correll, Communism in WA...

Communist Russia. Communist China. Communist Washington? [...] »

Broadsides, Auction sale of rail-road stock..., 1842, Connecticut History Online

Take a look at the "Constitution State," with approximately 14,000 images depicting Connecticut's history from the 19th through the 20th century. [...] »

Title page, The horse-hoeing husbandry, or..., 1733, Jethro Tull.

Searchable facsimiles of 1,850 monographs and 288 journal volumes related to agriculture in the U.S. between 1806 and 1989. [...] »

Engraving, The death of Cpt James Cook.., 1790, Ntnl Oceanic and Atmospheric Adm

Multimedia resources for teaching slavery, private life, technology, and film. [...] »