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Transparency, Carpenter at work. . . , 1942, Alfred T. Palmer, Flickr Commons

Begin your study of working class and labor history with this website. [...] »

Map. Bounds of area from which data for Detroit were collected

How many hospital beds did New Orleans have in 1960? Was it able to accommodate the poor and sick? [...] »

Screencap, Children's Lives at Colonial London Town

Invite young students into colonial history with the stories of children from three very different families. [...] »

Photo, Roy Takano [i.e., Takeno] at town hall meeting, LOC

Gain inspiration for new ways to approach political history. [...] »

Photo, Prisoner 4100, 1872, The National Archives UK, Flickr Commons

Review litigation studies ranging from mental health facilities and jail conditions to equal employment. [...] »

Pencil, Sketch of a woman's head. . . , 1864, William Winchester, NYPL

Learn about the role of three American women during the Civil War. [...] »

Glass plate, Arab commission to the Paris Peace. . . , 1919, Marist College

This site offers a grab bag of digital history exhibits. Definitely worth perusal. [...] »

Detail, 1628 Across the Continent, Colonial House

Companion to a PBS television program, this site provides insight into everyday colonial life. [...] »

Glass lantern slide, Girl in butterfly or flower costume, 1902, Flickr Commons

What can oral histories tell us about girlhood, adolescence, and more in the United States? [...] »

Broadsides, Auction sale of rail-road stock..., 1842, Connecticut History Online

Take a look at the "Constitution State," with approximately 14,000 images depicting Connecticut's history from the 19th through the 20th century. [...] »

 
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