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Destitute Pea Pickers in California. Mother of seven children.

Great Depression: Dust Bowl Migration includes photos, a teachers guide, and other resources for learning about the largest...

Link to 19th-Century Daguerreotype lesson plan

TeachingHistory.org provides lessons, teaching guides, best practices, and other resources for teaching...

A new map of the state of California, the territories of Oregon, Washington, Utah & New Mexico

Journeys West helps students examine the motivations of people who traveled west during the 1800s, as...

Photo of Children from Image Detective

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


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