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Caroline Pointer

Approximately 3 million K-12 “students s...

Approximately 3 million K-12 “students seem to have simply fallen off the grid, not showing up for online or in-person instruction, their whereabouts unknown by school officials.” https://t.co/Wz4JOObqL5

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Julie Cahill Tarr

Geographic Names Information System | USGS

"The GNIS contains information about physical and cultural geographic features of all types in the United States, associated areas, and Antarctica, current and historical, but not including roads and highways. The database holds the Federally recognized name of each feature and defines the feature location by state, county, USGS topographic map, and geographic coordinates. Other attributes include names or spellings other than the official name, feature designations, feature classification, historical and descriptive information, and for some categories the geometric boundaries."

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Julie Cahill Tarr

Newspaper Photograph Morgues | Library of Congress

"The following list cites public institutions with custody of at least one newspaper photograph morgue in the United States and Canada."

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Julie Cahill Tarr

Chicago History Museum - Research Collections

Resources available through the Chicago History Museum.

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Julie Cahill Tarr

Chicago History Museum Digital Image Collection

More than 300,000 digital images. The museum also has the Sun Times photo morgue that they are working to digitize (some are available now).

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Julie Cahill Tarr

Women's History | Library of Congress

Digital collections from the Library of Congress that focus on women's history.

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Julie Cahill Tarr

National Women's History Museum

Resources for studying women's history.

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Julie Cahill Tarr

American Women

"American Women is not a collection of digital items. It is a gateway--a first stop for Library of Congress researchers working in the field of American women's history."

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Discovering American Women's History Online | Middle Tennessee State University

"Detailed descriptions and links to more than 700 digital collections"

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