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Cartoon, Abraham's dream!-coming events cast..., 1864, Currier & Ives, LoC.

Explore Lincoln's presidency; and access related classroom resources, including lesson plans. [...] »

Letter, John and Ebenezer Pettigrew. . . , May 4, 1795, page 1, True and. . .

What did college students think about their lives and larger issues in the 19th-century? [...] »

Plano I Descripcion de la Costa, desde el Cavo de Cañaveral 1756

Peruse maps of Spanish and Portuguese colonization, exploration, and military ventures. [...] »

Photo, Georgia Peaches, June 21, 2005, Old Shoe Woman, Flickr

Need a comprehensive site on Georgia history? Why, here you go! [...] »

Photo, Norethindrone (Squared Circle), October 29, 2004, jessamyn.n, Flickr

How has the birth control pill altered sexuality and feminine gender expectations? [...] »

Painting, John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, 1765, Sir Joshua Reynolds

State standards require you to teach VA history? Worry not! This site covers Virginia history from prehistoric times to the present. [...] »

Cover, Federal Constitution of the United Mexican States, 1824

When was Texas part of Mexico? The U.S.? Separate? [...] »

[Abraham Lincoln, U.S. President, looking at a photo album with his son 1864

Immerse yourself in antebellum and Civil War life. [...] »

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

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

Amérique septentrionale / par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, géog. du Roy ; avec priuilè

What kind of map might you have used as an explorer? An early urbanite? [...] »