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Contributions from Women Issue Date: 03-19-2017

Cool Spots image Throughout history, remarkable women have contributed to science, government, art and design, and more. Congress passed a law designating March as Women’s History Month, womenshistorymonth.gov, in 1987. The Library of Congress has put together a list of Exhibits & Collections to give students a closer look at photographs, artifacts, historical sites and documents from important moments in women’s history. Click through a slideshow in Images and read the captions to see what each photograph represents. This site is a wonderful resource for photographs for a school project.

Visit: http://womenshistorymonth.gov
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Civil Rights Issue Date: 01-15-2017

Cool Spots image Martin Luther King Jr.: More Than a Dream, mlk.discoveryeducation.com, is a collection of films and interviews chronicling the civil rights movement and the significant role that Dr. King played in facilitating change. Watch a series of videos featuring the issues that civil rights activists encountered in their struggle. Use the videos as a starting point for research or class discussions. Find out what it was like Living During Segregation in the South, and learn why Dr. King dedicated his life to achieving equality for everyone. See important landmarks in King’s life, such as where he grew up and where he worked, in Meeting Dr. King.

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Women for President Issue Date: 11-06-2016

Cool Spots image Learn about those who paved the way for today’s women to run for our nation’s highest office in First but Not the Last: Women Who Ran for President, tinyurl.com/ha42nl6. In 1870, Victoria Woodhull was the first female to declare herself a candidate for president, 50 years before the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. Read about her progressive platform. Belva Lockwood represented the National Women’s Equal Rights Party in 1884 and 1888. At the time, nothing in the Constitution would have prevented her election. Margaret Chase Smith was the first female presidential candidate of a major party.

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Fire of the Century Issue Date: 07-10-2016

Cool Spots imageThe Great Chicago Fire of 1871, greatchicagofire.org/great-chicago-fire, destroyed a city that had been growing and prospering for decades. In The Ruined City, see before and after photos of buildings such as the courthouse, library and churches in Galleries. The Web of Memory provides information from The Eyewitnesses. Use the interactive map that merges past with present in Touring the Fire to see the 54 landmarks associated with it. In Browse All Images, see drawings, paintings and artifacts collected in the aftermath of the fire.

Visit: http://greatchicagofire.org/great-chicago-fire
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Explore the Archives Issue Date: 07-03-2016

Cool Spots imageDigital Vaults, digitalvaults.org, is an interactive collection of more than 1,000 records from the National Archives. You have access to photographs, historical documents, presidential diaries, comic strips, news clippings, posters and more. Collect the documents you want to keep by dragging them to your tray. The Backtrack feature keeps a record of the items you have viewed so you can go back and take a closer look. Events and people throughout history are connected. Take the Pathways Challenge to see if you can find relationships between artifacts. Create a movie or a poster from your collection.

Visit: http://digitalvaults.org
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