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Cover, Measuring America: The Decennial Censuses from 1790 to 2000, Sept. 2002

What questions have past censuses posed? What were the results? [...] »

Photo, Seneca Village 5, August 11, 2005, Satyadasa, Flickr

One of the few resources dedicated to Seneca Village and the creation of Central Park. [...] »

Photo, Harvest Scene, c. 1890-1910, Silicon Valley History Online

Silicone Valley is known as a high-tech industry center, but has it always been? [...] »

Slave Manifest from the Brig Alo, 10/04/1844. US Archives

Analyze data to understand the impact of slavery on the colonies and nation. [...] »

Photo, MobileBooth West in Reno, StoryCorps blog

Connect 20th-century events and daily life with real human experiences through oral history audio files. [...] »

Photo, Va Ave. at Hugh J. Grant Circle.., June 30 1940, Percy L. Sperr, 1931-42.

See uncommon photograph subjects for the turn-of-the-century, such as street peddlers. [...] »

Photo. Girl inspector confers with a worker as she makes a a careful check. LOC

Imagine traveling from a university to work on a farm. [...] »

Illustration, Little Red Cloak, 1866, Harriet Burn McKeever, Library of Congress

Provides full-text transcriptions and page images of 1815–1865 Sunday school books addressing religious instruction for youth. [...] »

Medallion, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848, Our Documents

A diverse array of Antebellum, Civil War, and Gilded Age lesson plans for your convenience. [...] »

Orphan train participant and her children, 1924

Did you know that adoption was only recognized as a legal U.S. operation in 1851? [...] »