American history primary source investigator

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Editions of American History: A Survey [with PowerWeb & Primary Source Investigator] by Alan Brinkley

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American History Textbooks' Lies: Everything Your Teacher Got Wrong - Myths, Education (1995)

Primary sources can be very important in doing historical research. There is a separate guide to United States Historical Newspapers , and a Guide to Online Primary Sources that includes all kinds of primary sources in all subject areas. This guide is the US History subsection of that guide.
Alan Brinkley

A Primary Source Investigation of the Industrial Revolution

Uncovering American History. The exodus of rural dwellers for the cramped, smoke-filled, but affluent cities of the late nineteenth century took place because of an increasing number of factory jobs. And such jobs came about because of a radical shift in technology and society called the Industrial Revolution. From steam power to electrical grids, the innovations that fueled this revolution transformed the United States into a country that would later dominate the world in business, culture, and invention. Extensive focus on documents, period photographs, and artwork combined with context-setting text makes this an authoritative guide to one of the most important eras of American history.

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Primary Sources

In the quest for sources, students will learn how to use primary and secondary sources to investigate history and will explore and appreciate the individuals behind these sources. Whether it is a photograph, book, map, letter, postcard, newspaper, or official document, students can use sources to reconstruct and relive history. Students will be challenged with the opportunity to act and think as historians. In this lesson, the support materials will encourage students to use the investigative processes to study "The Trail of Tears," although students can apply the same investigative process to primary documents, an historical era or an event. Procedure 1.

Primary Sources. Secondary Source - source created by someone either not present when the event took place or removed by time from the event. Examples of secondary sources include textbooks, journal articles, histories, and encyclopedias. Teachers can use these as an introduction to a variety of primary sources. In words, pictures, and sounds the Library of Congress American Memory collections For more ideas and activities that you can do with your students visit the Learning Page. Motion Pictures.

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