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America's Quilting History
The history of American quilting coveringwomen and their quilting from Colonial America to the Great Depressionplus Native American, African American and Amish quilts.

The Evolution of the Conservation Movement, 1850-1920
The Evolution of the Conservation Movement, 1850 - 1920, collection contains a multiformat collection of photographs, printed works (including government documents) and manuscripts documenting the Conservation movement in the United States. Features an album of paintings, photographs, and scientific and literary works produced by the Harriman Alaska Expedition in 1899.

The 20th Century
The Twentieth Century

The History of Mount Rushmore
It started as an idea to draw sightseers. In 1923 state historian Doane Robinson suggested carving some giant statues in South Dakota's Black Hills

Exploring Florida
Browse thousands of Florida History resources for students and teachers, including photographs, maps, movies, music, VRs, lesson plans, and reading passages.

Wessels Living History Farm
Explore the history of farming and agricultural innovation through oral history interviews with people who lived it. The site emphasizes learning through primary historical documents, photographs and streaming video. The TIME 100
TIME profiles the 100 most influential people of the 20th century over five fields of endeavor -- Leaders & Revolutionaries, Artists & Entertainers, Builders & Titans, Scientists & Thinkers, and Heroes & Icons.

Diary of a Lowell Mill Girl
CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO WORLDS The Diary of a Lowell Mill Girl,
Susan Brown.

Pluralism and Unity
At the start of the twentiethcentury, questions about thenature of American identityhaunted the people of the United States.The struggle between these two visions, one of pluralism, one of unity, is the tale told by the images, the sounds and the words throughout this site.

Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
Central Pacific Railroad construction in the 1860's. Stereoviews, engravings, maps, and documents are treasures of western Americana that illustrate the history of the first transcontinental railroad, built from Sacramento, California over the Sierra Nevada mountains, the to end of track at the Golden Spike Ceremony at Promontory, Utah where the rails were joined on May 10, 1869 with the Union Pacific Railroad from Omaha, Nebraska.

Rearview Mirror: The great escape - 1/3/97
How the Great Depression changed Detroit. A story an photo archive.

New Deal Network
A database of photographs, political cartoons, and texts speeches, letters, and other historic documents from the New Deal period. Currently there are over 20,000 items in this database. - The U-boat War 1939-1945
The U-boat Net is one the most comprehensive military and history sites on the Net. Dealing with the U-boat War 1939-1945 through over 2630 pages and covering all German U-boats in the war and over 156 of the most decorated officers and personalities.

The Northern Great Plains, 1880-1920 American Memory, Library of Congress
The Northern Great Plains, 1880-1920: Photographs from the Fred Hultstrand and F.A. Pazandak Photograph Collections. 900 photographs of rural and small town life at the turn of the century, including sod houses, farms, agricultural machinery, and one-room schools. The original collections are housed at the Institute for Regional Studies, located at North Dakota State University, Fargo, N.D.

The African-American Mosaic Exhibition Library of Congress
This exhibit marks the publication of The African-American Mosaic: A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture.

America in the 1930s

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