Annotated List of the Most Valuable Online Resources on the Glided Age
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MAKING OF MODERN AMERICA
Great Chicago Fire
Essays, documents, photographs and illustrations about the Great Chicago
Fire and the way it transformed the city of Chicago created by the
Chicago Historical Society.
Mark Twain in His Times
An interpretive archive, drawn largely from the collections of the
University of Virginia Library, focusing on how "Mark Twain"
and his works were created and defined, marketed and performed, reviewed
and appreciated. It contains texts, manuscripts, contemporary reviews
and articles, images, and interactive exhibits.
and Social Movements in the United States
Collections of documents and other instructional materials on: The
Appeal of Female Moral Reform, 1835-1841; Lucretia Mott's Reform Networks,
1840-1860; Bible Communism and Women of the Oneida Community, 1848-1879;
Women and the Freedmen's Aid Movement, 1863-1870; Minnesota Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, 1878-1917; African-American Women and
the Chicago World's Fair, 1893; Illinois Factory Inspection, 1893-1897;
Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Woman Suffrage, 1900-1915;
Local Branches of the American Association of University Women,
1900-1940; Workers and Allies in the New York City Shirtwaist Strike,
1909-1910; Women and the Lawrence Textile Strike, 1912; Women's Peace
Mission to European Capitals, 1915; Impact of Margaret Sanger and
Mary Ware Dennett on the Birth Control Movement, 1915-1924; Lobbying
for Passage of the National Suffrage Amendment, 1917-1920; Middle-Class
Women Provide Maternity Health Services for Immigrant Women, 1917-1920;
National Woman's Party and the Enfranchisement of Black Women, 1919-1924;
Women Suffragists and Partisan Politics, New York, 1920; Pacifism
vs. Patriotism in Women's Organizations in the 1920s; Women's International
League for Peace and Freedom and Right-Wing Attacks, 1923-1931.
19th Century Labor
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