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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. Capitol paintings. Signing of the Declaration of Independence, painting by John Trumbull in U.S. Capitol, detail II

Continental Congress and Constitutional Convention Broadsides provides 274 documents related to Congress (1774 to 1788) and the drafting and...

Map was published in 1787 in Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton's Campaigns of 1780 and 1781 in the Southern Provinces of North America. It was based on a map drawn in the field by one of Cornwallis's army

Guilford Courthouse: A Pivotal Battle in the War for Independence looks at this battle—how it was fought; how its outcome was characterized, including...

A view of the Federal Hall of the City of New York, as appeared in the year 1797; with the adjacent buildings thereto / by George Holland ; lith. & printed in colors by H.R. Robinson, 31, Park Row, N.

Primary Documents in American History: The American Revolution and The New Nation, 1763-1815 provides images and descriptions of George Washington's Commission as Commander in Chief...


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