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Photo, Seneca Village 5, August 11, 2005, Satyadasa, Flickr

One of the few resources dedicated to Seneca Village and the creation of Central Park. [...] »

Screenshot, Dossier: Aanslag op Amerika, 15 September 2001, de Volkskrant

What coverage did websites give the 9/11 attacks? [...] »

Slave Manifest from the Brig Alo, 10/04/1844. US Archives

Analyze data to understand the impact of slavery on the colonies and nation. [...] »

Cover, Official indoor base ball guide, 1904, LoC

Check out player and World Series statistics from the turn of the century. [...] »

Detail, home page

What can 214 State of the Union addresses tells us about American politics and rhetoric? [...] »

Photograph, Aftermath of the Seattle Fire of June 6, 1889, Univ. of Washington.

Delve into photographic evidence of the damage caused by the 1889 Great Seattle Fire. [...] »

World War I African-American draftees into U.S. Army in front of Hall of Records

Follow the formation of the African American community in the city of Hartford, CT [...] »

Photographic sketch book, Head Quarters guard..., c. 1865, A. Gardner, Flickr

Presents medical and mortality statistics and records on 35,747 white males who served in the Union Army. [...] »

Image, United States in 1830: Total Free Colored Females, UVa Library.

Browse extensive population and economic statistical information for each decade between 1790 and 1960. [...] »

University of Wyoming Digital Initiatives

Wyoming educators, explore more than 10,000 primary sources on Wyoming's 19th- and 20th-century history. [...] »

 
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