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Photographic print, Walrus Tusks, 1931?, Lomen Bros., Library of Congress

Reducing the time you need to spend to create thought-provoking student documentaries on subjects including Chinese immigration and internment of Japanese Americans. [...] »

Image, Vanishing Georgia logo, Georgia Public Television and GDAH.

Examines the history and culture of the state of Georgia, presenting an extensive range of primary sources. [...] »

Homepage, DPLA

Search more than 4,500,000 primary sources from across the country from one website! [...] »

Drawing, Gold Dust-Successful Canning, 1922, Ladie's Home Journal.

12 collections provide primary sources on ads, health and medicine, the Civil War, sheet music, and more. [...] »

Screenshot, The Settlement of the American West, DocsTeach

Team up with the National Archives and Records Administration to bring primary sources into your classroom! [...] »

Negative, 1st woman jury. . . , 1911, Bain News Service, Library of Congress

Explore over 50 documents which chronicle the history of the Women's Liberation Movement. [...] »

Photo, Miner waiting for ride home, September, 1938, e-WV

There's far more to West Virginia than stereotypes suggest. Why not take some time to explore the state? [...] »

Sheet, New York. By His Excellency's permission.., 1750, J. Parker?, American...

Looking for a one-stop spot for all your quick 1639-1800 research needs? [...] »

Illustration, Common chamæleon, 1802, James Heath, NYPL

Uncover novels, readers, hymnals, almanacs, diaries, maps, treaties, and more from between 1801 and 1819. [...] »

Massachusetts Son masthead 1775

17th- through 19th-century newspaper articles from 23 states and DC. [...] »