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Historical Documents and Resources

Abolition of Slavery (13th amendment)

Abraham Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address

Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural

Alien and Sedition Act

American Heritage Center

American Presidency Project

Armistice of 1953

Articles of Confederation

Avalon Project (Yale)

Bill of Rights

Brown vs. Board of Education

Censure of Sen. Joseph McCarthy

Chinese Exclusion Act

Civil Rights Act

Civil Rights (14th amendment)

Compromise of 1850

Constitution of the United States

Creation of U.S. Colored Troops

Dawes Act

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of War Against Germany

Declaration of War Against Japan

Desegregation of Armed Forces

Desegregation of Central High School

Dred Scott vs. Sanford

Dwight D. Eisenhower Farewell Address

Dwight D. Eisenhower Order of the Day

Emancipation Proclamation

Federal Income Tax (16th amendment)

Federal Judiciary Act

First Amendment

George Washington Inaugural Address

George Washington Farewell Address

Gettysburg Address

Government Attic

Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

Homestead Act

Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs

John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address

Kansas-Nebraska Act

Keating-Owen Child Labor Act

Library of Congress

Louisiana Purchase Treaty

Marbury vs. Madison

Marshall Plan

Medicare and Medicaid

Missouri Compromise

Monroe Doctrine

Morrill Act

Museum of African American History

National Anthem

National Anthem-ASL

National Industrial Recovery Act

National Interstate and Defense Highways Act

National Museum of American History (Smithsonian)

On Indian Removal (Andrew Jackson)

Platt Amendment

Presidential Libraries

Relocation of Japanese

Sherman Anti-Trust Act

Smithsonian Institution

Social Security Act

Surrender of Army of Northern Virginia

Surrender of Germany

Surrender of Japan

Treaty of Ghent

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Treaty of Paris

Truman Doctrine

United Nation’s Charter

Voting Rights Act

Voting Rights (15th Amendment)

Wade-Davis Bill

Women’s Right to Vote (19th Amendment)

Woodrow Wilson’s 14 Points


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