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Photo, Roy Takano [i.e., Takeno] at town hall meeting, LOC

Gain inspiration for new ways to approach political history. [...] »

Photo, Carolyn Reese teaches Freedom School class(2), 1964, Herbert Randall...

150 oral history interviews and 16 collections of documents address the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi. [...] »

Photo, Prisoner 4100, 1872, The National Archives UK, Flickr Commons

Review litigation studies ranging from mental health facilities and jail conditions to equal employment. [...] »

Photo, Civil rights march on Washington, DC, 1963, Marian S. Trikosko, LoC

Access the human stories of the civil rights movement. [...] »

Video image, MASC Audio Recordings.

From racism to civil rights movement music, listen to the memories of these eight individuals. [...] »

Tintype, . . . of Union Soldier, J. L. Balldwin, c. 1863, Chicago History Museum

Why did the painter frame Lincoln in greenery? Learn about interpretations of the Civil War through period and recent works of art. [...] »

Photo, Count Basie (left) during a concert in Cologne (Germany)

Listen to jazz from the '20s and '40s while learning about music greats and hot spots. [...] »

Detail, 1628 Across the Continent, Colonial House

Companion to a PBS television program, this site provides insight into everyday colonial life. [...] »

Photograph, Governor’s Palace, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Experience life in Colonial Williamsburg without visiting Virginia. [...] »

Photo, Chinese cobbler in Portland's Chinatown, 1889, Oregon Historical Society

Which ethnic groups have made their homes in the Columbia River Basin? [...] »