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Librarians have evaluated various internet search results and identified these sites as having credible and authoritative information of possible interest to students conducting research in American History. It is not an exhaustive list but a great place to start!
The 1619 Project (New York Times Magazine)
Initiated in August 2019, the 400th Anniversary of the beginning of American slavery, this is an ongoing project that works towards reframing the history of slavery so that the long-lasting consequences are central to our national narrative.
From the New York Public Library, an organization aimed at preserving, protecting, and facilitating awareness and understanding of the Black experience through its collections. www.nypl.org/research/sc
Inaugural Address of the Presidents of the United States
A collection of every inaugural address since George Washington.