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Material Culture—Images

Huejotzingo Codex of 1531

Material Culture—Objects

Bevel-rimmed Bowls


Mapping the World With Web-based GIS

Ptolemy's Historic Map


The Mission

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Official Documents

Regulation of Marriage

Spanish Conquest of Mexico—Two Views

Hammurabi's Code

Personal Accounts

Crusade of Richard I

Modern Racism


London Times Dispatch

Stalin's Death in the Soviet Press

Travel Narratives

A Voyage to Surat

Women’s Travel Writing

John Ledyard’s Journal

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