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|American Memory Timeline|
A collection of resources from the Library of Congress focusing on the Progressive Era (1900 - 1929).
A biography of Addams, winner of the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize.
|On the Homefront|
An interactive overview of both World Wars, using American propaganda to illustrate major points.
|Red Summer (1919)|
An overview of the events of the summer of 1919, when race tensions often became violent.
|Remember the Maine|
Includes a dramatized account of the sinking of the USS Maine and a description of its aftermath.
|Sinking of USS Maine|
A brief overview of the sinking of the Maine and a collection of picuters of the ship.
|Spanish American War Centennial |
A comprehensive collection of user articles about the Spanish-American war, organized into categories.
|The First World War|
A large collection of resources on the war, including video and interactives.
|The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People|
The official website of the nations' oldest civil rights organization features an interactive historical timeline and much more!
|The Official Website of Mark Twain|
A resource on the life and works of author Mark Twain.
|The Progressive Movement|
A short overview of the Progressive Movement, including its origins and goals.
A collection of catergorized bullet points for quick reference overview of the life and sinking of the RMS Titanic.
|The World of 1898: The Spanish-American War|
A set of resources, each focusing on one of the countries involved in the Spanish-American war.
A short biography of Roosevelt, winner of the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize.
|Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders|
A history of the Rough Riders and their part in the Spanish-American war.
|Women of Protest|
The Library of Congress has compiled this collection of photographs and essays about the National Woman's Party.