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Information Sites
American Memory Timeline
A collection of resources from the Library of Congress focusing on the Progressive Era (1900 - 1929).
Jane Addams
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.
The Titanic
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.
Theodore Roosevelt
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.