A group of seventh grade students from Grisham Middle School in Austin, Texas, created this site for the National History Day competition; they won first place in their region and second place at the national level.
These virtual exhibits are presented by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Check out the Museum's Disability History hub for a full catalog of collections, exhibits, blog posts, and more.
The Minnesota Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities offers this history lesson, which looks at the experiences of people with disabilities from ancient through modern times.
This extensive virtual museum was developed in cooperation between People Inc. and the B. Thomas Golisano Foundation. It features sections on disability in the media, society, and medicine.
DSHP is a participatory community history project.
This virtual exhibit, based on a New York State Museum exhibit, chronicles the lives and experiences of residents of the Willard Psychiatric Center.
This collection of materials chronicles the eugenics movement in America, which sought to eliminate "genetically unfit" people from the population.
This article by Perri Meldon is part of a series from the National Park Service (NPS) that explores diversity issues and how they are connected to America's historic places.
This monograph, by Chava Willig Levy, was published by the Research and Training Center on Independent Living (RTC/lL) at the University of Kansas.