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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. [...] »

Photo, Linus Pauling, c.1954, Library of Congress

Brush up on your understanding of international relations with these interviews. [...] »

Photo, Portrait of Martha Graham and Bertram Ross, faces..., June 27 1961, LoC.

View the mid-20th-century art scene through the photographs of music and dance critic Carl Vechten. [...] »

Portrait, Alexis de tocqueville.jpg, 1828, Théodore Chassériau, Wikipedia

Visit this website to learn more about the United States during the time of Tocqueville's landmark tour and book. [...] »

Photo, Armory Square Nurses, National Library of Medicine

What was life like for Amanda Akin, Civil War nurse in Washington, DC? [...] »

Print, Emily Dickinson, New York Public Library Digital Gallery

Learn about Dickinson's family through their own writings and wider critical response to her poetry. [...] »

Photographic print, Walrus Tusks, 1931?, Lomen Bros., Library of Congress

Reducing the time you need to spend to create thought-provoking student documentaries on subjects including Chinese immigration and internment of Japanese Americans. [...] »

Photo, #104 - The librarian's cave, June 26, 2008, domesticat, Flickr

History grab bag! This gateway site has an eclectic mix of over 1,000 historical sites. [...] »

Color engraving, A View of Hallowell, 1878, A. Ruger, Madison, WI: J.J. Stone.

Explore the diary of midwife Martha Ballard and the creation of two modern historical studies based on the diary. [...] »