Henry A. Wallace:
"1948 Campaign Challengers: Henry A. Wallace," documents related to Henry A. Wallace held in the Truman Presidential Museum and Library,
"Welcome to the Henry A. Wallace Country Life Center ," provides information about the Henry A. Wallace birthplace,
"Biographical Directory of the United States Congress," short bio of Henry A. Wallace,
"Selected Works of Henry A. Wallace," speeches and essays by Henry A. Wallace during the New Deal; http://newdeal . feri.org/wallace/index.htm
" Henry A. Wallace Beltsville Agricultural Research Center ," U.S. Department of Agriculture research center named to honor Wallace for his work in ag science,
"A Bibliography of Writings by Henry A. Wallace",
"Eleanor Roosevelt," enhanced transcripts from PBS documentary on Mrs. Roosevelt,
http://www.pbs.org/ w gbh / amex / eleanor/sfeature/fbi.html
"A Brief History of Political Cartoons,"
"Cartoons from Harper's Weekly," features political cartoons from presidential elections,
Republican Party Platform;
http://www.rnc.org/About/Pa r tyPlatform/Default.aspx
Democratic Party Platform;
Green Party Platform;
Demo & Republican 1948;
"A Third Choice," companion Web site to PBS documentary on third parties in American history,
"Me et the Dixiecrats," companion Web site to "Now With Bill Moyers" segment featuring the States' Rights Party,
"Third Parties in the U.S. Political Process,"
"Third Party Challenge," transcript of interview with political experts about the role third party candidates play in the Presidential elections,
"The Role of Third Parties," interview with historian Michael Beschloss,
"New Deal Network," a Web-based research and teaching resource devoted to the public works and arts projects of the New Deal,
"American Memory," A gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States . The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections;
U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs," transcripts from the McCarthy hearings in the U.S. Senate,
"FBI Files" texts from FBI files kept on Eleanor Roosevelt,
The Great Depression
"America From the Great Depression to World War II, Black and White Photographs from the FSA-OWI 1935-1945," 160,000 black and white images from the Farm Security Administration,
"The Great Depression and the Arts, A Unit of Study for Grades 8-12," a collaborative effort between the National Center for History in the Schools
and the Organization of American Historians
to develop document-based teaching units for United States History,
"We Made Do," an ongoing project maintained by students at a school in Indiana,
"The Great Depression," Web site designed and maintained by the Modern American Poetry Association,
"The Great Depression," PBS's American Experience Series Web site featuring the documentary "Surviving the Dust Bowl,"
"The Great Depression and the New Deal," The National Archives' 'Picturing the Century' exhibit,
"Address on Agricultural Adjustment Act," text of FDR's speech,
"Depression and War," from the PBS series 'Freedom, a History of U.S.',
"The Maize Page," resources about corn for 'students, producers and specialists,'
"Iowa Corn," educational resources to learn about corn growing,
"National Corn Growers Association," Web site contains educational resources related to corn and corn science,
"Improving Corn," a short summary of the history of the development of hybrid corn,
"The Science of Hybrids,"
"Protest Music for a New Generation" National Public Radio segment on protest music past and present;
"Pete Seeger Appreciation Page," features interview with long-time folk singer;
"The Alan Lomax Collection," Library of Congress American Folklife Center, features Alan Lomax and his 70-year career as a folk singer.
"Talking Union ," lyrics to 1930s protest song,
"Plow Under," lyrics to 1940s war protest song,
"Woody Guthrie Foundation and Archives, features folk singer Woody Guthrie's life and music career.
"History in Song," Songs that shaped history or history that shaped songs;
"The Songs of Aunt Molly Jackson," features protest singer from the 1930s;
"J.N. 'Ding' Darling Foundation," Web site featuring political cartoonist,
"The Crucible/McCarthyism," contains content primary and secondary sources related to Arthur Miller's play and its relationship to McCarthyism,
"McCarthyism," companion Web site for 'American Masters' documentary,
"Herbert Block," political cartoonist who coined the term "McCarthyism,"
"McCarthyism and the Red Scare,"
"History of American Agriculture,
" Camp Silos ," Web site celebrating "native prairie to present, our agricultural heritage,"
"Kids' Science Page National Agricultural Library"
Wallaces' Farmer, Web site for farm magazine started by Henry A. Wallace's family,