Rebecca Onion
Rebecca Onion Rebecca Onion

Rebecca Onion is a Slate staff writer.

The Vault
Feb. 26 2016 10:16 AMTimeline Lets You Browse Hundreds of Historical Documents From the Vault Blog
The Angle
Feb. 24 2016 3:48 PMThe Angle: Data, Data, Data, Data, Data EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Facebook’s five new reaction buttons, Trump’s populism, and screen-time panic. 
The Angle
Feb. 23 2016 3:34 PMThe Angle: No Exceptions for New York EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on anti-abortion TRAP laws, the failures of rehab, and a secretly evangelical Bachelor. 
The Vault
Feb. 22 2016 11:50 AMA Colorful Late-19th-Century Map of Native American Languages
The Vault
Feb. 19 2016 11:50 AMThe Hundreds of Life Stories Found in Coroner’s Reports From the 19th-Century South
The Angle
Feb. 17 2016 5:37 PMThe Angle: Dukakis Unplugged EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Obama’s Supreme Court strategy, a charmingly candid former governor, and a bitter feud between two fantasy authors. 
The Angle
Feb. 16 2016 5:39 PMThe Angle: Hip-Hop Rules Everything Around Me Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on the Grammys, Scalia’s legacy, and a complex legal battle over surrogacy.
The Angle
Feb. 12 2016 12:32 PMThe Angle: So Romantic EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Democratic debate, the dowager’s best burns, and kissing across history. 
The Vault
Feb. 10 2016 1:47 PMA 19th-Century Relief Map That Let Students Explore the Roman Empire by Touch
The Angle
Feb. 9 2016 12:40 PMThe Generation Gap EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Gloria Steinem’s unfortunate comments, the naked careerism of Ted Cruz, and a review of the hilarious Full Frontal.
The Vault
Feb. 2 2016 11:16 AMA Cheerier Vision of the Depression Years, in Hyperbright Postcards of Recreation Spots
The Vault
Jan. 25 2016 12:12 PMDrunkardMerryboyYounker. Some 17th-Century Names for Dogs.
The Vault
Jan. 20 2016 11:23 AMAmelia Earhart’s Cautiously Optimistic 1933 Advice to an Aspiring Female Pilot 
The Vault
Jan. 15 2016 1:14 PMA Beautiful, Escapist Map of “Fairyland,” Published in Britain at the End of World War I
The Vault
Jan. 12 2016 10:43 AMWitness the Controlled Chaos of Boston Traffic, As Filmed From a Streetcar in 1906
The Angle
Feb. 25 2016 3:53 PMThe Angle: Necessary Chitchat EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on small talk, the charms of Trump, and the awful Revenant
The Vault
Feb. 24 2016 1:15 PMWistful Memories of the Confederacy, 50 Years After the Civil War
The Angle
Feb. 22 2016 3:09 PMThe Angle: Sympathy for Jeb EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the decency of Jeb Bush, the Best Picture contenders, and a captivating #teenmeme. 
The Angle
Feb. 19 2016 5:37 PMThe Angle: Go Set a Legacy EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on your Supreme Court questions, the death of Harper Lee, and seeing Steve Martin do stand-up.
The Angle
Feb. 18 2016 5:32 PMThe Angle: Witches in Those Woods Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on Bernie’s non-viable economic plan, Trump’s excellence on Twitter, and Dear Jurisprudence. 
The Vault
Feb. 17 2016 3:08 PMA Treasure Trove of Awkward Early-20th-Century Infographics
The Vault
Feb. 15 2016 6:00 AMGeorge Washington, Lifelong Mapmaker
The Angle
Feb. 11 2016 11:54 AMThe Angle: Fascism Is As Fascism Does EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on “New York values,” the four-day school week, and “Formation” as exploitation. 
The Angle
Feb. 10 2016 12:22 PMThe Angle: Extreme Primary Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on victories for Sanders and Trump in New Hampshire, Obama’s big military budget, and the Bernie vs. Hillary meme. 
The Vault
Feb. 8 2016 12:09 PMExercise Advice for Flappers, in Gorgeous 1920s Prints
The Vault
Jan. 27 2016 1:29 PMHow an 1830s Children’s Magazine Taught Hard Truths About Slavery
The Vault
Jan. 22 2016 11:55 AMListen to Studs Terkel Interview Gloria Steinem on the 10th Anniversary of Ms. Magazine
Cover Story
Jan. 18 2016 5:30 AMAmerica’s Other Original SinEuropeans didn’t just displace Native Americans—they enslaved them, and encouraged tribes to participate in the slave trade, on a scale historians are only beginning to fathom.
The Vault
Jan. 14 2016 5:25 PMGently Posed Photos of Everyday Life in Late-19th-Century Rural Japan
The Vault
Jan. 6 2016 3:12 PM18th-Century Souvenirs From Epic Festivals Held on the Frozen River Thames 

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