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Photo, Johnson Museum, July 21, 2010, /\ \/\/ /\, Flickr, creative commons

Look into how historical sites are researched, prepared, and made public. [...] »

Excerpt from Map 4-Southwester North America, 1952, John R. Swanton.

Four collections of data and documents address Federal Indian policy in the late 19th century. [...] »

Image, Oregon City (in 1857), The Oregon Trail.

A companion site to a PBS documentary, this website hosts a wealth of information on the Oregon Trail. [...] »

Photo, Cotton pickers receiving sixty. . . , 1935, Ben Shahn, Flickr Commons

Access more than 5,000 biographies, maps, and images relevant to African American history. [...] »

Colonel Robert J. Milligan. . . , 1854-56, Dick S. Ramsay Fund, Brooklyn Museum

What might you have owned in Maryland or Virginia in 1740-1810? (Lesson plans included!) [...] »

Image, The American Presidency Project.

From Herbert Hoover to George W. Bush—discover the public messages, statements, and speeches of the presidents. [...] »

logo for the Puerto Rico Encyclopedia project

Connect with your ELL students with this bilingual Puerto Rico Encyclopedia! [...] »

Photograph, West Main Street Cville, March 17, 1913, Holsinger's Cville, 1st ed.

Discover connections between race and place in this archive documenting the effects of Jim Crow on a Virginia town. [...] »

Albumen print, [Children in playing in. . . ], Alfred Theodore Schauffler, NYPL

Do you think that children in the 1800s were served Salisbury steak and mashed potatoes on plastic trays? How have education and its trappings changed over time? [...] »

Photo, Actual is not normal (a tribute to Edward Tufte), October 28, 2007

Observe statistical trends in U.S. beliefs and demographics from free speech to zodiac signs. [...] »