Specific artifacts (images, manuscripts, maps, sound files) with analysis tools help students think like historians about a particular historical event or phenomenon.
The Spanish-American War launched the United States as a world power. Yellow journalism, the USS Maine and Theodore Roosevelt's rise to political power through his leadership of the Rough Riders.
The personal stories of American war veterans and civilian workers who supported them, as recorded in interviews, diaries, letters, photographs, and drawings.
Women and people of color have often had to overcome obstacles in order to participate fully in the U.S. armed forces. Veterans tell their stories through interviews, memoirs, and photographs.