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(1914-1928) World War I & Jazz Age


Websites

American Memory Digital Collections 1900-1929
From the Library of Congress American Memory project. Browse 26 digital collections on this time period.
Clash of Cultures in the 1910s and 1920s
The Ohio State University's resource on Prohibition, the Ku Klux Klan, Feminism, and The Scopes Trial.  Primary and secondary resources consist of images, photos, newspaper articles and opinions, and statistics.
Digital History - The 1920s
The University of Houston's Digital History Collection contains resources on 1920s life in the United States. Use the silver tabs (Overview, Textbook, Documents, etc.) to access the information by topic.
Digital History - World War 1
Primary source images, music, movies, and documents about World War 1 from the University of Houston's Digital History Collection.
Global Guide to the First World War
Historians from multiple countries give a brief history of World War 1 from a global perspective.
Guide to World War I Materials
From the Library of Congress. This collection includes photographs, documents, newspapers, films, sheet music, sound recordings, and links to related information on external websites. 
Teaching with Documents: The Volstead Act and Related Prohibition Documents
This National Archives teachers' resource contains primary documents related to Prohibition in the United States. View additional related topics by selecting "1890-1930" in the sidebar menu. 
World War 1
A substantial collection of digitized sources and articles about World War 1 from the British Library.
World War 1 in Photos
A digital exhibit of photographs from World War 1, presented by The Atlantic.
World War I Document Archive
Explore primary source documents, arranged by topic, format, or by year. Sources compiled by volunteer members of the WWI Military History List. 

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