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Sheet music,  The Rebel Girl, 1915, Written by Joe Hill, NYPL

Union strikes. Murder. Itinerant songwriting. The life of martyr Joe Hill could hardly have been more dramatic or mysterious. [...] »

Artwork, [Agitate, Educate, Organize.], From Joe Hill Project website

Was justice done? Was Joe Hill innocent or a murderer? Was he a labor movement martyr or a criminal (or both)? [...] »

Photo, African American children..., 1885-1966, James Wells, Nollau Collection.

Collects photographs, texts, and oral histories drawn from 15 Kentucky colleges, universities, libraries, and historical societies. [...] »

Chinese American women sewing in a shop date unknown

More than 1,000 photographs from the history of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. [...] »

Arkansas farmers building a cooperative syrup mill on FSA. 1940

What role has art had in the depiction and reality of U.S. labor? [...] »

Diary, page 1, Dec. 1868, Laura Jernegan, Martha's Vineyard Museum

Make whaling, a rich part of New England history, relevant to young students with the diary of a six-year-old at sea. [...] »

Photo, L. Lindsley in cabin kitchen baking bread, ca. 1910, Lawrence D. Lindsley

What did the Seattle area, mining, hunting, and portraiture look like c. 1900? [...] »

Print, Haverly's genuine Colored minstrels, c. 1878, New York Public Library

Explore slavery in America from nine thematic perspectives. [...] »

Letter from Samson Ceasar to Henry F. Westfall, 1834, Liberian. . . site

What was life like for freed slaves returned to Africa? Read letters to former owners. [...] »

Illustration, Keep Within Compass, 1785-1805, Winterthur Museum.

Compare early women's rights campaigns to the rhetoric of the American Revolution. [...] »