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World War I

Do With Less So They'll Have Enough. 1943. Manuscripts, Archives & Special
     Collections. Washington State Univ. Libraries, Pullman. WSU Libraries
     Digital Collections. Web. 13 May 2014. <

  • World War I Posters (LOC)
    Posters created during WWI from countries such as US, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, and Russia.
  • Propaganda Posters (WSU)
    Digital collection of posters from 1914 - 1996, with the bulk of the collection from WWI and WWII. Contains posters from around the world.

Civil Rights

O'Neill, Claire. "Charles Moore, Photographer Of The Civil Rights Movement, Dies
     At 79." NPR. National Public Radio, 6 Mar. 2010. Web. 13 May 2014.

Civil War & Slavery

Civil War: Teaching with Primary Sources


Library Books

Cover Art
Women's Rights in the United States - Winston E. Langley; Vivian C. Fox
Call Number: REF 973.3 Pri
ISBN: 0313287554
Publication Date: 1994-11-30

Cover Art
The Struggle Against Slavery - David Waldstreicher
Call Number: REF 973.3 Wal
ISBN: 0195108507
Publication Date: 2002-01-31

Cover Art
The American Revolution - Steven C. Bullock
Call Number: 973.3 Bul
ISBN: 0195132246
Publication Date: 2003-08-07


American History Primary Sources: General

Great Depression

Lange, Dorothea. Human Erosion in California (Migrant Mother). 1936. Getty
     Museum, Los Angeles. The J. Paul Getty Museum. Web. 13 May 2014.

Women's History


Vietnam War: Thieu Sworn In, Stresses Peace, 1967

South Vietnam inauguration of Thieu as 1st president of the 2nd Republic (partial newsreel).


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