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Photograph, Lydia Mendoza, The Arhoolie Foundation.

Listen to clips from more than 100,000 recordings of Mexican American vernacular music. [...] »

Photograph, Rolling Hills in the Outskirts.., June 1974, P. Duncan, Flickr.

Explore the meeting of the Plains Indians and Anglo Americans through the fine arts. [...] »

Print. Washington's Reception on the Bridge at Trenton Flickr

What can you learn from the Lansdowne portrait of George Washington? [...] »

Photo, U.S. Marines salute the U.S. Coast. . . , August 1944, Flickr Commons

Guam is often left out of discussions of U.S. history. Remedy the situation! [...] »

Photos. Portraits of inductees.

Meet 30 influential African Americans who contributed across a wide variety of fields. [...] »

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

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

Cartoon, Hare and Tortoise, 2000, Herb Block, Herblock's History.

View 150 cartoons drawn between 1929 and 2000 by Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Herbert Block. [...] »

Yves Klein's Untitled Anthropometry (1960), from the Hirshhorn’s collection.

Contemporary art highlights and reflects societal issues following World War II. [...] »

Photo, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, March 11, 2009, kevindooley, Flickr

The Native Americans predated the colonists. Read an entire 48-page book about the Hohokam Indians. [...] »

Illustration, Art recreations, 1860, Boston: J.E. Tilton and Company

What would your life have been like as a housewife in 1850? [...] »

 
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