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Annie Oakley with gun

Take a virtual trip to Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show with a gallery of posters and newspaper clippings about its star...

Logo from the Anthologize project

Discover how this open-source plug-in can help you create a book from blog entries, conference proceedings, writings from...

BackStory with the American History Guys

BackStory radio puts contemporary events in historical perspective: “Because that was now…and this is...

Cours de philosophie à Paris Grandes chroniques de France

Is singing possible in heaven? What did medieval authors have to say about leprosy and madness?

Donie Bush, Detoit, 1913, black and white photo

The story of America told in nine innings through Ken Burns' examination of the national pastime.

Billy Strayhorn
In the shadow of his life-long collaborator Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn penned some of the world’s most definitive jazz...
Bracero History Archive
Between 1942 to 1964, the Bracero Program brought millions of Mexican guest workers into the United States. Hear the stories of...
Judy Garland in Till The Clouds Roll By

There's no business like show-business. Muse over the history of the American musical, from 1904's "Give My...

Cultural Revolution poster

Explore the hidden history of children, from representations of childhood on Roman sarcophagi, to propaganda materials...

black and white photo of woman holding matzah ball soup, 1954

Exploring American Jewish identity as expressed through food and culinary traditions.

newspaper mastheads: Eastern Utah Advocate, Abilene Reflector, Richmond Dispatch

Search and view newspaper pages from 1836-1922.

Marlene Dietrich in Stage Fright
More than 800 film professionals fleeing Nazi Germany escaped to Hollywood between 1933 and 1939.