The story of a Chinese-American immigrant whose experiences were significantly shaped by American domestic and foreign policies.
A set of photographs comparing suburban and urban housing in the St. Louis area.
The story of a Latinx Confederate soldier and spy.
The story of a free Black woman who built a life in Oregon.
The story of a Chinese American physicist who contributed to the development of the atomic bomb and overcame many racial and gender barriers to achieve recognition.
Three photographs that document the experience of Black women and girls migrating from the rural South to Chicago.
This kind of trunk was provided to the poor, orphaned, and imprisoned French women who were shipped to colonial Louisiana to marry French settlers.
This engraving illustrates George Washington’s meeting with Seneca leader Queen Aliquippa, an important ally of the British during the French and Indian War.
Two works by artist Henrietta Johnston, the first professional female portraitist in the English colonies, illustrate the fashions and values of the eighteenth-century colonies.
This ledger records the biographical information about every enslaved or free Black person who evacuated New York with the British at the end of the war.