From 1888 to 1916 he produced over 9,000 images which depict Native American life in the Columbia Basin, and particularly Umatilla County, Oregon.
This site offers about two hundred and fifty pictures of the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla tribes.
This collection from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division contains nearly 700 ambrotype and tintype photographs of both Union and Confederate soldiers.
"Among the rarest images are African Americans in uniform, sailors, a Lincoln campaign button, and portraits of soldiers with their wives and children." There are nineteen libraries, archives, museums, and historical centers contributing to this digitial collection.
Photography links were compiled in 2002 by Margaret Kensinger, an ALIC student library technician from the College of Information Science at the University of Maryland. See Bibliography of Photography Resources for a selection of related materials available in ALIC.
A collection of NARA documents and photographs relating to the internment of Japanese in the United States.
A multimedia collection of materials gathered by Mystic Seaport and presented by the Library of Congress.
This web site, created by the Massachusetts Historical Society, offers 840 digital images of visual materials that illustrate the role of Massachusetts in the national debate over slavery.
Included are photographs, paintings, sculptures, engravings, artifacts, banners, and broadsides that were central to the debate and the formation of the antislavery movement.
Images include depictions of the buildings, grounds, entertainment, and exotic attractions at the fair. There are over 170,000 black and white and 1,600 color photographs taken by government photographers with the Farm Security Administration-Office of War Information in these two collections from the Library of Congress.
The images show Americans from every part of the nation struggling against the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl, and later, mobilizing for World War II.