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Papers, Samuel F. B. Morse Papers, 1838, p.154, LoC

Explore the thoughts of Samuel F. Morse, artist and father of the electromagnetic telegraph. [...] »

Oglethorpe Avenue photogravure, Savannah, GA

A useful local history project which focuses on the history of Savannah and the Georgia coastline. [...] »

Oil, Olaudah Equiano or Ottobah Cugoano, 18th century, The Atlantic. . .

An extensive glimpse into slave life and the history of slavery in the United States. [...] »

Gelatin Silver, Portrait of William Grant Still, 1949, Carl Van Vechten, LoC

Learn about famous composer William Grant Still through this online exhibit. [...] »

Robert Brewster Stanton in Glen Canyon - Colorado River about 1893. NYPL

Follow the journey of two men through the western United States. [...] »

Photograph, Aaron Copland sorting his mail, 1950s-60s, Victor Kraft, LoC.

An extensive collection of primary and secondary resources detailing the life of composer Aaron Copeland. [...] »

Circular advertising the Chicago Hot Shots. . . , Page 2, The Blues. . . site

How was the community support for and operation of Southern African American theaters? [...] »

Photo. The Young family. Flickr

Have you ever thought of teaching your students the history of photography? [...] »

World War I African-American draftees into U.S. Army in front of Hall of Records

Follow the formation of the African American community in the city of Hartford, CT [...] »

Gelatin silver print, Italian family. . . , 1905, Lewis Wickes Hine, NYPL

Have a question about New York City or state history? More than 750 articles available. [...] »