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Discover quality websites on a range of topics and time periods.

Piracy Trials

As the title suggests, the collection deals with piracy prior to 1923, in this context referring to robbery or violence committed on the high seas.
Map of the coast of Liberia, with a relief shown by hachures. It shows boundary of tribes, mission stations, colonist towns, and native towns.

Maps of Liberia, 1830 to 1870

This collection offers a unique opportunity to study black history and culture, both in the diaspora as well as in Africa itself.
Poster shows a woman dressed in Stars & Stripes, symbolizing America asleep.

World War I Posters

This collection is useful in a variety of ways—to study history, to study art and graphic design, and even to study pop culture.
Black and white photo of a man in profile with a bead and mushtash, wearing a keffiyeh

Eltaher Collection

This collection is a good resource for learning about the fight for decolonization in the Middle East and Northern Africa, from the perspective of those being colonized.
Scroll frontispiece

Online Museum Educational Resources in Asian Art

The OMuERAA connects with more than one hundred museums, making a rich array of educational materials available to students and instructors 
Church of Saint Nicholas Mokryi, southeast view, Yaroslavl, Russia

Brumfield Collection

These photographs give something concrete to visualize and contextualize the past as they build their understanding of history.

Japanese Censorship Collection

The censorship process is valuable to learn about, as it shows not only what the government valued, but how citizens may have pushed that boundary.
Collage of faces of men, women, children; one person is holding a rifle, another is holding a farm tool; the words at the bottom read "Por La Patria."

Spanish Civil War Posters

This collection allows students to analyze something other than texts, and recognize the many shapes that propaganda may take.

Brazil Cordel Literature Web Archive

These cordel-blogs are a particularly rich source of information and perspective that “represent[s] the voice of the blogger rather than the organization that sponsored the website.”
Black and white photograph of ballet dancers on stage performing Swan Lake. Several are in the front with white outfits, and are framed by a row of people in black.

Ballets Russes de Serge Diaghilev

It focuses on a pivotal time and group in ballet history- the Ballet Russe, which performed from 1909-1929 in Europe and throughout the western hemisphere.

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