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Document, Telegram to President Truman, June 16, 1945, Stalin

A collection of Soviet archival documents which take visitors inside the highest levels of the Soviet Government. [...] »

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

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

Engraving, A View of the Year 1765, Paul Revere

Teaching the American Revolution and its politics? Check out 15 topical essays and a database of more than 150 primary sources. [...] »

Photo, Capitol at Sunset, November 25, 2007, vgm8383, Flickr

Learn about the inner workings of Congress and several major historical topics. [...] »

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. [...] »

Detail, homepage

Imagine the government drafting you after moving you to an internment camp. Would you comply? [...] »

Title page, The horse-hoeing husbandry, or..., 1733, Jethro Tull.

Searchable facsimiles of 1,850 monographs and 288 journal volumes related to agriculture in the U.S. between 1806 and 1989. [...] »

Print, [Britannia toe] Amer[eye]ca , May 6, 1778, M. Darly, Library of Congress

Even the Founding Fathers wrote rough drafts! Interact with early versions of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. [...] »

Drawing, Fort Sumter, 1864, John Ross Key, LoC

Work through the Fort Sumter crises alongside our nation's leaders. [...] »

Image, PBS Online: Death of the Dream.

Begin your background research on prairie farmhouses with this website. [...] »

 
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