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Photo, Lake Michigan Sunrise, October 13, 2009, Indy Kethdy, Flickr

Delve into Wisconsin's maritime history. Discover the multiple ways in which water shaped the history of the state. [...] »

Illustration, Official Yearbook of Miss America, 1955, page 2, Sept. 1955.

Focused on business history, this gateway site connects businesses to greater cultural and social trends. [...] »

Cartoon, 3 to 1 You Don't Get It, Sept. 1, 1860, Henry L. Stephens, Vanity Fair.

With illustrations, articles, editorials, and overviews, 22 exhibits cover a variety of subjects dealing with 19th-century American history. [...] »

Detail, homepage

Visit the businesses and meet the people of Harrisonburg, PA's 8th Ward. [...] »

Illustration, Americans, all, let's fight. . ., 1943, Leon Helguera, UNT

Find a wide variety of classroom resources focused on social history, from classroom activities to primary sources. [...] »

Rolla New Era Newspaper, August 14, 1880, pg. 1, Historic Missouri. . . site

Peruse articles, images, and advertisements drawn from 14 Missouri newspapers, 1835 through 1988. [...] »

Advertisement, William Caxton made his own ink, Louis Rhead, 1896, LoC

A collection of essays chronicling the history of the American press. [...] »

Photograph, Barracks Door, Colored CCC, New Deal Network.

Provides links, primary sources, and eight modules for teachers and students in three main features: WWW.History, Many Pasts, and Making Sense of Evidence. [...] »

Image, Why Was the Electoral College Created?, 2008, M. Shulman, MultiEducator.

Provides a wealth of information on US presidential elections, with a particular focus on the 2000 election. [...] »

Photo negative, Playing with the pet cat, Dec 1942, Jack Delano, LOC

Primary sources on Illinois history with an emphasis on residential and commercial architecture. [...] »