Explore the humanities online with this collection of websites, apps, and digital projects supported by NEH grants.
Louisa May Alcott hobnobbed with Emerson and Thoreau, wrote pulp fiction, and persuaded Dorothea Dix to waive a ban on single women working as Civil War nurses before writing Little Women.
Map the journey of African-American families before and after the Civil War with this online database of genealogical records from Albemarle County, Virginia.
W.E.B. Du Bois’ prose poem “Credo” proclaimed his philosophy of racial equality.
Charles "Teenie" Harris (1908–1998) photographed Pittsburgh's African American community from 1935 to 1975.
Delve into the late-night jazz scene of 1950s New York with photos and recordings of Charles Mingus, Bill Evans, and Thelonius Monk captured by Life photographer W. Eugene Smith.
Dr. King’s most significant speeches, sermons, correspondence, public statements, published and unpublished writings.
Few architects have had more impact on the American city than Daniel Burnham.
Search and view newspaper pages from 1836-1922.
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