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Photo, Armory Square Nurses, National Library of Medicine

What was life like for Amanda Akin, Civil War nurse in Washington, DC? [...] »

Print, Emily Dickinson, New York Public Library Digital Gallery

Learn about Dickinson's family through their own writings and wider critical response to her poetry. [...] »

Notre Dame, Chartres, France. 1145-1220.

Explore U.S. architectural styles and ornamentation, or date the buildings in your town. [...] »

Engraving, The death of Cpt James Cook.., 1790, Ntnl Oceanic and Atmospheric Adm

Multimedia resources for teaching slavery, private life, technology, and film. [...] »

Illustration, The Foreign Legion, June 1918, Boy's Own Paper.

Cover art and full texts from dime novels preserve the popular culture of an industrializing U.S. [...] »

Photo, Presbyterian missionary Kate McBeth.., late 19th c., Idaho Hist. Society.

A comprehensive history of religion and major religious events within the United States. [...] »

Screenshot, The Settlement of the American West, DocsTeach

Team up with the National Archives and Records Administration to bring primary sources into your classroom! [...] »

Drawing, A Negro Wedding, 1897, Maude Cowles, Charles Scribner's Sons.

Nearly 1,400 documents covering Southern life from the 18th to early 20th centuries. [...] »

Print.  Otzar ha-limud ha-ivri. Flickr

Locate primary sources relating to U.S and global history. [...] »

Photo, Seven Non-Native Men...

How did newspaper illustration shape stereotypes (and our understanding) of the "Wild West"? [...] »

 
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