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General Subject Resources
History Resources and Examples
National Archives Experience: Digital Vaults
Interactive exhibit from the National Archives full of primary sources throughout US History.
Digital Public Library of America
Photographs, documents, audio-visual material, and books digitized and made available from Libraries around the United States.
Great series of interactive exhibits by the New York Public Library, including one on Mary Shelly's Frankenstein and the 1939-40 World's Fair. Downloadable from iTunes.
The Valley of the Shadow
"The Valley of the Shadow provides details about the lives of two communities, one Northern and the other Southern, during the Civil War. Included are original diaries, letters, newspapers, speeches, census and church records."
Other Social Science Resources
Digital Public Library
Browse by topic in an extensive collection of photographs, books, maps, news footage, oral histories, personal letters, museum objects, and artwork, government documents. Good for finding primary sources.
Mapping the Long Women’s Movement
"An experiment with indexing, using, and ultimately understanding oral history in new ways by mapping interviews conducted for the long civil rights movement
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