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Primary source documents from six key time periods between 1790 and 2000, from the Abolitionist Movement to the Contemporary Era.

Primary source documents about the experience and impact of African-Americans as recorded by the news media.

More than 600,000 biographies of people from around the world and throughout history, including full-text articles, videos, audio clips, and images.

Comprehensive coverage of more than 50 of the most-studied topics in US history from pre-Colonial times to the present.

For students and researchers. Content covering themes and trends from current history curriculums and world history textbooks. Includes the 20th century.

Collection of US obituaries and death notices for in-depth genealogical research from 1704 to today.

Full-text from reference books, encyclopedias, and historical periodicals. Includes historical documents, biographies of historical figures, and historical photos, maps, and videos.

Collection of materials relating to the gay rights movement in America.

Full-text articles from major newspapers, newswires, and news magazines as well as television and radio transcripts.

For grades K–12. Resources for homework help, projects, and more organized by grade level and subject area. For teachers—lesson plans and content to support classroom activities.

News sources from Washington DC, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Includes recent content as well as archives back to the 1980s.

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