Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Hosted by the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Newsstand provides free digital access to the full archives of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, and partial archives of the Brooklyn Life magazine - a total of over 800,000 pages of primary sources. Read about 19th and 20th century life in Brooklyn or get local perspectives on...

The Brooklyn Public Library's Brooklyn Collection includes this fully searchable database of over 10,000 historic photographs. Search for a specific subject, person, or event or browse through categories like "Neighborhoods" and "Subway Construction." Photographs are from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The Brooklyn Collection is Brooklyn...

Designed by famous architect Cass Gilbert in the early 20th century, the U.S. Custom House is an architectural gem that was designed to represent the grandeur and greatness of the United States. The U.S. Custom House has been deemed a National Historic Landmark due to its beautiful Beaux-Art structure. It is now home to the Smithsonian's...

Explore materials from libraries and cultural heritage institutions that document the rich history of New York’s Hudson River Valley. Discover photographs, diaries, correspondence, artwork, publications, oral history interviews, and more that contribute to the story of the...

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