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History Unbound: Industrialization & New West

History of Survivance: Upper Midwest 19th Century Native American Narratives

The History of Survivance: Upper Midwest 19th Century Native American Narratives exhibit from the Digital Public Library of America includes themes on the reservation era, maps, and conflict, as well as three others. Each theme has multiple pages, each with a unique set of primary sources and explanatory text.

Staking Claims: The Gold Rush in Nineteenth-Century America

The Staking Claims: The Gold Rush in Nineteenth-Century America exhibit from the Digital Public Library of America is separated into four themes linked below. Each multiple paged theme will have DPLA explanatory text on left with primary source images and documents on right. 

Collections and Sets on Industrialization

Collections and Sets on the West & Gold Rush

Surveyors of the American West

Surveyors of the American West

Regional Industrialization

Workers in the corset factory, McGraw, NY

Workers in the corset factory, McGraw, NY: This photograph shows men sewing corset stays into the corset. Notice they are under the direction of a lady to the right. Also take note of the equipment and lighting. The McGraw Historical Society holds copyright and reproductions rights. Prior written permission is required for any use of this image.

Regional Maps of the Era

This project is administered by the South Central Regional Library Council with funding from the Institue for Museum and Library Services.