Picturinghistory.gc.cuny.edu/wwwvisualhistory.php. The following is an annotated guide to some of the most useful visual resources available online.
Gathered by scholars of American history and visual culture, each annotation describes the range and content of the website\'s visual resources and assesses its utility for teaching U.S. history. National Gallery of Art Teaching Resource: Exploring Themes in American Art Website Type: Archive. Writing about History. Fair-Use Policy Primary Sources and Secondary Sources What is a Primary Source?
A primary source is a document that was created at the time of the event or subject you've chosen to study or by people who were observers of or participants in that event or topic. If, for example, your topic is the experience of workers in the Chicago packinghouses during the first decades of the twentieth century, your primary sources might be: Chicago newspapers, c. 1900-1920, in a variety of languages. The medium of the primary source can be anything, including written texts, objects, buildings, films, paintings, cartoons, etc. Primary sources would not, however, include books written by historians about this topic, because books written by historians are called "secondary" sources.
What are Secondary Sources? Once you have a topic in mind, you need to find out what other scholars have written about your topic. You want to move past just looking for books in the library. Let's take this one step at a time. Storytelling with Maps. Our Story In 2 Minutes. World Wonders Project. Historypin. 11 LEGO Recreations Of The World’s Most Famous Photos. The recreation of events have been achieved in many media formats from photographs to movies but in this post, Designussion showcases something a little different.
The following images are recreations of some of the worlds most famous photos in LEGO. Enjoy. Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 This famous photo, taken on 5 June 1989 by photographer Jeff Widener, depicts an unknown man halting the PLA’s advancing tanks near Tiananmen Square. Lunch atop a Skyscraper  Lunch Atop a Skyscraper is a famous photograph taken in 1932 by Charles C. Reichstag flag  Soviet Union soldiers Raqymzhan Qoshqarbaev and Georgij Bulatov raising the flag on the roof of Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany in May, 1945.
Afghan Girl  The picture of Sharbat Gula, as it appeared on the June, 1985 National Geographic cover. Portrait of Winston Churchill  This photograph was taken by Yousuf Karsh, a Canadian photographer, when Winston Churchill came to Ottawa. U.S. Man On The Moon 1969. Games and Animations. HistoryLab (historylab) on Pinterest.
Economic Manuscripts: Capital Vol. I - Chapter One. Karl Marx.
Capital Volume One Part I: Commodities and Money Chapter One: Commodities Contents Section 1 - The Two Factors of a Commodity: Use-Value and Value Section 2 - The twofold Character of the Labour Embodied in Commodities Section 3 - The Form of Value or Exchange-Value A. 1.