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Negative glass plate, O'Sullivan, 1862, "The Beauregard" cannon, LOC

Analysis of photographs of Civil War artillery broadens students understanding of the American Industrial period. [...] »

Silkscreen, History of civic services in the city of NYFD No. 2, 1936

Use the Triangle Shirtwaist fire to examine the benefits and costs of industrialization. [...] »

Photography, Jamestown Site 7, 15 May 2003, Ken Lund, Flickr CC

Only 60 settlers out of 600 survived the winter of 1609–1610 in Jamestown Virginia. Was "the Starving Time" due to natural circumstances or planned extermination? [...] »

Photo, 5th Grade Tours Middle School, May 14, 2009, Old Shoe Woman, Flickr, cc

To make something real, make it personal. Abstract concepts can best be understood when applied to individual experience. [...] »

Print, John Woolman, Quaker friend of thee Negro, c. 1921, NYPL

Did you know the Quakers were pre-Revolution abolitionists?... [...] »

Photo, . . . Nixon giving a speech, 1969, General Services Admin., NARA

To indict or not to indict? Watergate raised complicated questions concerning Constitutional interpretation. [...] »

Watercolors, [View on the Erie Canal.], 1832, J.W. Hill, NYPL

Cutting through New York from the ocean to the Great Lakes, the Erie Canal changed lives. [...] »

Negative, "Suffragetes on way to Boston," LoC, Flickr Commons

Relive the dream of the women's vote through roleplay or interfacing with primary documents. [...] »

Negative, White Wings gathering garbage. . . , 1910-15, Flickr Commons

Explore the ins and outs of turn-of-the-century labor law, business, housing, and immigration. [...] »

Wood engraving, Paul Revere's ride, April 19, 1775, 1800s?, Charles Green Bush

Did Revere's ride really look like that? Use historical documents to analyze flights of artistic fancy. [...] »

 
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