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U.S. Time Periods » 1865-1920: Modern America

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Santa Rosa City Hall (From the Steinbrugge Collection of the UC Berkeley Earthquake Engineering Research Center)

Quake: 1906 San Francisco Quake tells why the April 18, 1906, earthquake along the San Andreas Fault was "one of the most...

Photo of Children from Image Detective

Picturing Modern America helps students learn about modern America (1880-1920) by analyzing primary sources...

'Chief Little Crow,' With pen and pencil on the frontier in 1851; the diary and sketches of Frank Blackwell Mayer, by Francis Blackwell Mayer (Saint Paul, 1932).

Pioneering the Upper Midwest: Books from Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, 1820-1910 portrays the states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin from the 17th to the early 20th...

On December 8, 1941, the day after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Roosevelt delivered this 'Day of Infamy Speech.' Immediately afterward, Congress declared war, and the Unite

Our Documents features 100 milestone documents in U.S. history. Each week, the website highlights 3...


U.S. Geological Survey

Endowment for Humanities

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National Archives
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