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Table of Contents
Chapter 7: Developing Metaconceptual Understanding with Visual Evidence
Links to World Wide Web Resources
Has historical advertisements organized by category and time period
Part of the Library of Congress, contains images and texts from the South
A good collection of World War I propaganda posters
Collection of hundreds of cartograms depicting various global statistics dealing with religion, economy, disease, etc.
Interactive map making website allowing the viewer to create population density maps and other types of maps
Historical ads indexed by year, product, company, etc.
Picturing Modern America 1880-1920: Historical thinking exercises for middle and high school students. Includes several scaffolded exercises for analyzing photographs from the 1880s through the 1920s.
"Image Detective" An excellent interactive site that guides students through stages of analyzing historical photographs from the early 1900s.
Downloadable instructional materials
Graphic organizer for supporting students' work with propaganda posters