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The following documents demonstrate the tremendous concern of the Association of Manhattan Project Scientists toward nuclear power in peacetime. On the right is one of many drafts that shaped a collective statement from the scientists released just after the war. These drafts were edited by Dr. Francis Bonner and Dr. Irving Kaplan, lead...
Despite unfair compensation, segregation, and even legal bars on military service, African Americans have served in every conflict in United States history.
Travel with Lewis and Clark through their diary entries as they navigate unknown waterways and encounter American Indian tribes from Saint Louis to the Pacific Ocean.
Shortly before 8 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941, Japan launched a surprise attack against US armed forces in Hawaii. Photographs from the Gilder Lehrman Collection juxtapose the viewpoints of Japanese pilots and US personnel on the ground.