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Photograph, 1953 grand opening of Dave's One Stop..., 1953, Esther Don Tang.

A collection of primary sources detailing early Asian-Americans in Tucson, Arizona. [...] »

Photo. Hooverville 6:  Oakland, CA, 1937

View the youth of the Depression and following years. [...] »

Oil, Olaudah Equiano or Ottobah Cugoano, 18th century, The Atlantic. . .

An extensive glimpse into slave life and the history of slavery in the United States. [...] »

Photo, MobileBooth West in Reno, StoryCorps blog

Connect 20th-century events and daily life with real human experiences through oral history audio files. [...] »

Illustration, Little Red Cloak, 1866, Harriet Burn McKeever, Library of Congress

Provides full-text transcriptions and page images of 1815–1865 Sunday school books addressing religious instruction for youth. [...] »

Image, Campaign for Afghan Women & Girls, 2004, Feminist Majority Foundation.

Provides teaching and reference materials on the women's rights movement of the past 50 years. [...] »

Photo, the Interior, African American Schoolhouse, early 1900s, Teaching...

Local history teaches about slavery, emancipation, and freedom in Northern Virginia. [...] »

Image, Television News of the Civil Rights Era 1950-1970, 2005, UVa.

View contemporary coverage of the Civil Rights Movement from two Roanoke, VA television stations. [...] »

Photo, Flag of the 8th Penna. Reserves, c. 1863, Mathew Brady, Flickr Commons

Familiarize yourself with the events and culture of Tennessee during the Civil War years. [...] »

Orphan train participant and her children, 1924

Did you know that adoption was only recognized as a legal U.S. operation in 1851? [...] »

 
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