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Brooklyn Daily

Explore the history of Brooklyn, 1841 through 1902, with historical newspaper issues. [...] »

Photo, Summer 1863, Brooklyn Historical Society

What role did Brooklyn play in the War Between the States? [...] »

Photograph, Gustevas Roberts, rear, Sept. 4, 1957, Dumbell, Charlotte Observor

Explore Brown v. Board of Education through interactive activities and personal recollections. [...] »

Image, Business Plan Archive.

Through this collection of business plans and planning information, track the beginning of the "Dot Com Era." [...] »

Photo, Alice Stone Blackwell, half-length portrait, seated..., 1905-17, LoC.

View photographs, cartoons, and campaign items from the women's suffrage movement. [...] »

Photo, African American boy. . . , November 8, 1921, Library of Congress

Did you know that, traditionally, newsboys read poems to their customers on New Year's? [...] »

Photo, The Old Well, October 7, 2008, benuski, Flickr

An interesting collection of cultural resources pertaining to the American South. [...] »

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

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

Drawing, That's so, 1886, Thomas Nast, Chicago History Museum.

The court proceedings surrounding the Haymarket Affair look at the event that led to the first "Red Scare" in America. [...] »

Engraving, The Rush for Life..., 1871, John R. Chapin, Chicago Imagebase

Witness the growth of the Chicago metro area with this interactive website. [...] »

 
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