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Photo, Jeugd in Harlem (Youth in Harlem), 1933, Nationaal Archief, Flickr Common

Explore the politics, neighborhoods, culture, and arts of Harlem. [...] »

Photograph, Juan B. Rael interviewing Manuela Martinez, Taos, NM, ca. 1930, LoC.

Learn about Hispanic culture with the Juan B. Rael collection of upper Rio Grande folk music. [...] »

Photograph, Barracks Door, Colored CCC, New Deal Network.

Provides links, primary sources, and eight modules for teachers and students in three main features: WWW.History, Many Pasts, and Making Sense of Evidence. [...] »

Hope trying to learn Russian with a befuddled face

Do you want to use humor to your advantage in the classroom? Hope for America examines comedy and satire in American popular culture and its influence on political history. [...] »

Image, The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc.

Early motion pictures, sound recordings, and related materials document Thomas Edison's impact on the history of American entertainment. [...] »

Detail, homepage

Can you tell New Orleans jazz from Bebop? Can you hear the variations in style and instrumental parts? [...] »

Image, Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University.

Although painful to view, racist memorabilia reminds us of past mindsets and ethics. [...] »

Sheet music,  The Rebel Girl, 1915, Written by Joe Hill, NYPL

Union strikes. Murder. Itinerant songwriting. The life of martyr Joe Hill could hardly have been more dramatic or mysterious. [...] »

Artwork, [Agitate, Educate, Organize.], From Joe Hill Project website

Was justice done? Was Joe Hill innocent or a murderer? Was he a labor movement martyr or a criminal (or both)? [...] »

Photo, African American children..., 1885-1966, James Wells, Nollau Collection.

Collects photographs, texts, and oral histories drawn from 15 Kentucky colleges, universities, libraries, and historical societies. [...] »

 
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