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Film still, Old Believers, 1981, Margaret Hixon, Folkstreams

View streaming videos on American folk culture from fox hunting to Zydeco. [...] »

Book cover, Jew Jokes, Little Giant, 1908, Library of Congress

Peruse this online exhibit on the history of Jewish life in the United States. [...] »

Map, Slave Trade Map of Equatorial Africa, ca. 1887, Church Missionary Society.

What was said, written, and drawn about slavery? Gain a more complete image of the institution, its evil effects, and how it felt to be a slave. [...] »

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

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

Illustration, Americans, all, let's fight. . ., 1943, Leon Helguera, UNT

Find a wide variety of classroom resources focused on social history, from classroom activities to primary sources. [...] »

Illustration, Bank note from the Bank of the US, Dec. 13, 1840, U.S. Mint.

Read this quarterly journal which focuses on a different topic in American History in each issue. [...] »

Video still, George Wright's Legacy, 2009, National Park Service.

Visit this website to learn the history of many of the 384 areas under the stewardship of the National Park Service. [...] »

Screenshot, People's Pie, iCivics

Games can be more than mindless fluff. When content-rich, they can engage your students in learning during play. [...] »

Photo, A Dromerdary of the Steppes, 1893, Illinois During the Gilded Age

Listen to, read, and sing sources from the Gilded Age canvassing women, religion, and more. [...] »