The U.S. National Archive "Documented Rights" Exhibit states that "Since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, our rights as citizens of the United States have been debated, contested, amended, and documented." You can view this exhibit online here. Also, there are related photographs in the U. S. National Archives' Flickr photo collections. Two of these photos are shown below:
Photograph of Suffrage Parade 1913
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at a Civil Rights March -1963
You can find other historical collections online at the U. S. National Archives here.
Other collections include:
- Eyewitness - eyewitness accounts of dramatic moments in U. S. history.
- Treasures of Congress
- American Women - information about over 100 significant women in American History.
- A People at War - Americans who served their country in World War II.