Congress.gov is the official website for U. S. federal legislative information. It is presented byh the Library of Congress using data from the Office of the Clerk of the U. S. House of Representatives, the Office of the Senate, the Government Publishing Office, Congressional Budget Office, and the LOC's Congressional Research Service.
The Veteran's History Project is both an archive of more than 105,000 first-person accounts from U.S. veterans. The project collects, preserves, and makes accessible the accounts of veterans from WWI through today. The collections include audio and video histories, as well as photographs, letters, journals, and memoroirs.
Chronicling America is a freely avilable LOC website for learing more about the past through historial newspapers. Students can search the full text of more that 13 million pages of American newspapers published from 1789-1963 in 44 states, territories and the District of Colimbia and in 14 different languages, with more content added regularly.
Teaching with Primary Sources is the Library's hallmark program from teachers, parents, and students. THe TPS teacm works to make primary sources from the Library's collections approachable, engaging, and fun to build students' knowledge, literacy, critical thinking, and research skills.
The Library has surfaced a number of sets of curated images that are free to use and reuse however you'd like. Ranging from baseball cards to presidential portraits, these sets provide a quick and easy way to find fun historical images for school work, devoration, or inspiration.