Our Nineteenth-Century American Museum

Nat Turner's slave rebellion

Professor Krystyn Moon’s Nineteenth-Century American Museum site is a wonderful collection of iconic images and brief descriptions of some of the most powerful events, figures, and representations of identities during the 19th century in the US. In this post I’ve included just three recent examples of a wide-range of subjects that are being aggregated into a central course “exhibit,” all of which are coming from the various, individual student blogs.

Click on any of the images to be taken to a student’s post on the selected topic, or click here to browse a wide-range of issues at the aggregated class exhibit.

Lithograph of Charles Sumner

We Draw The Line At This

Enjoy this class exhibit, it is one of my favorites. And just try and tell me links and images don’t make the online medium!

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