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Discover the people and events that document the American story
America's response to the Holocaust, and how it challenged the ideals of democracy
The revolutionary life of one of the 18th century's most consequential figures
An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and racial inequality
A chronicle of the West's turbulent history
Series on the history of Vietnam and the US
Murder and Mayhem in the Osage Hills
A legendary debate from 1965
| The History You Didn't Learn | TIME
America's Great Migration is a historical study of the Great Migration
The first full-length study of the role Black Americans played after the Civil War
Heather Cox Richardson argues democracy's blood-soaked victory was ephemeral
History of America placing truth at the center
History with all its complexity and ambiguity
More than four hundred years of U.S. Indigenous history
Woodson exposes systemic racism in American education
The Revolution focusing on marginalized Americans
Keckley's story of friendship with Mary Todd Lincoln
A leading source on the American Revolution and Founding Era
Journal on historical issues facing the African American community
AHA journal focused on a variety of fields of historical study
The preeminent journal in the field of Latin American history
Historical aspects of North America in the Atlantic World before 1855
The American Journal of Legal History of America
Carolyn Edwards, PhD blogs about historical systemic inequity
Black Perspectives is focused on current research and the lives of people of African descent and humanity.
History of the United States from the close of the Civil War through World War I.
Stories from the Museum
Carolyn Edwards, PhD tells history not often told
Letters from an American newsletter about the history behind today's politics
Events, times and people that shaped our nation
History from NPR
Heather Cox Richardson and Joanne Freeman, how the past can inform today’s most pressing challenges
The events and the meaning of United States history between 1776 and 1861
The largest professional organization serving historians in all fields and all professions
The Organization of American Historians promotes excellence in the scholarship, teaching, and presentation of American history.
The complexity of who Black Americans have been and are, and why it matters.
"From Slavery to Freedom", remains among the most notable and widely read works
Award winning work on the Hemings family of Monticello
Carter Godwin Woodson the founder of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History.
His conviction that understanding the past can help to address the inequities of the present ran through all his contributions to the profession.
Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University, is one of this country's most prominent historians.
Bernard Bailyn was an American historian, author, and academic specializing in U.S. Colonial and Revolutionary-era History
Writing for people who want to leave an article feeling “smarter not dumber”
Early American history focused on economic history, African Americans, Native Americans, and women
A nonpartisan source for voters to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics
Find your local to federal elected officials
Information on how you can register to vote by state or territory
The main clearinghouse for jobs, careers, and employment for the historical discipline
Organization of American Historians career center
Historian jobs on Indeed
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