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Library of Congress
features historic newspapers, digital collections, photographs, and veteran histories to name a few!
The Smithsonian has over 9.6 million artifacts, works of art, and specimens within their collection that can be searched through the Collections Search Center.
You can work with photos, documents, and popular media from the National Archives.
This site contains more than 8,000 primary source documents from the National Archives
This site offers access to to 1,500 video narratives of survivors and witnesses to the Holocaust and other genocides.
This is a website where you can read documents closely and critically, identify points of view, engage in discussion, as well work through evidence based writing exercises.
American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Over 13,00 audio and video files from public television and radio programs from the last sixty years.