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Print, Genl. John C. Fremont., New York Public Library Digital Gallery

What were common presidential campaign strategies between 1840 and 1860? [...] »

Image, Gifts of Speech: Women's Speeches from Around the World.

More than 400 speeches by women—politicians, scientists, and celebrities. [...] »

Document, Verdict of Jury, 29 May, 1891, Nebraska State Historical Society

Delve into Great Plains urban development c. 1900 by way of a compelling, unsolved murder mystery. [...] »

Color Plate, May, 1859, Godey’s Lady’s Book: Samples Collection.

Explore mid-18th century women's culture through three full-text issues of the Godey's Lady's Book. [...] »

Plate, Cupid Among the Roses, Godey's Lady's Book, 1850, University of Rochester

Explore mid-19th century culture as presented in the Godey's Lady's Book, a women's magazine. [...] »

Photos. Portraits of inductees.

Meet 30 influential African Americans who contributed across a wide variety of fields. [...] »

Document. Essays and lectures---"The Impact of Marx,"

Do you read German? Not to worry. Select documents are available in English. [...] »

ohnson & Browning Map of the United States and Mexico New York, 1859 NYPL

View maps of the West, while simultaneously looking into the lives of traveling performers. [...] »

Helen Keller's writing, June 20th, 1887, American Foundation for the Blind

Present Helen Keller's story in more detail with photographs and historical background. [...] »