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The Duke of York, from Rare Pictures. . . , 1914, Wisconsin Historical Society

Search Wisconsin newspapers mainly from 1860 through 1940. [...] »

Photo, Hauling Logs With Oxen, c. 1880, Wisconsin Historical Society

Take in full articles from the 1917 through 2005 editions of the Wisconsin Magazine of History. [...] »

Chichester Riverside Cabins, Wisconsin

Wisconsin educators, search the online collections of the oldest American historical society for primary sources. [...] »

Photo, Our Grief is Not a Cry for War, 28 Dec. 2001, Jim Costanzo, LoC

If you're searching for 9/11 materials, this website offers easy access to materials across the Library of Congress's collections. [...] »

Photograph, Ruth Cowan Nash with Soldiers..., 1941-1945, Women in Journalism.

Archives 44 "full-life" interviews with American women journalists. [...] »

Photo, Emma Goldman on a street car, 1917, Library of Congress

Meet international anarchist and women's rights activist Emma Goldman. [...] »

Book cover, Candle-Lightin' Time, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Women Working, 1800-1930

What did women think of their work at home, in the arts, and in business? [...] »

Photo, Framed photographic portrait of Lucy Stone, c.1840s-1850s, unknown, LoC

Learn about the First National Women's Rights Convention and the greater women's rights movement. [...] »

Illustration, How does my lady's garden grow, New York Public Library

Your starting point for research in the field of Women's Studies. [...] »

Illustrated letter, Frederic Remington to Owen Wister..., Jan. 1895, LoC.

View primary documents that helped to shape America's history. [...] »

 
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