Analyzing an 1804 Inventory. Scholars In Action presents case studies that demonstrate how scholars interpret different kinds of historical evidence.
This 1804 inventory lists the possessions of Thomas Springer of New Castle County, Delaware. Legal documents, such as tax records or probate inventories, often provide our only information about the lifestyles of ordinary people during the colonial and early national periods. Such listings of household possessions, from a time when household goods were not widely mass produced, can illuminate a fair amount about a family's routines, rituals, and social relations, as well as about a region's economy and its connections to larger markets. This inventory also contains items that suggest attitudes and policies toward slavery in the Mid-Atlantic states. Before you move to the next page, read the inventory yourself in both the original handwritten form and the typed version. Inventory of Thomas Springer. Save The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus. Help Save The ENDANGERED From EXTINCTION!
The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus Rare photo of the elusive tree octopus The Pacific Northwest tree octopus (Octopus paxarbolis) can be found in the temperate rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula on the west coast of North America. Their habitat lies on the Eastern side of the Olympic mountain range, adjacent to Hood Canal. Mulberry Street, New York City — Viewer — World Digital Library. Historical%20Thinking%20Chart. Teacher's Guides and Analysis Tool. Map of the city of Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Using Maps as Primary Sources. Stacy Hoeflich: The things that I want them to see are really basic: I want them to notice all the Indian names and the detail in the waterways.
How does that apply to what John Smith is thinking and feeling? How does that apply to what the Virginia Company is thinking and feeling? How does that apply to what the Indians might be thinking and feeling? It's really simple, that I want them to notice those two things. We have done research already on the different Indian language groups and tribes. Stacy Hoeflich: What is this up here? Students: [Read item on map out loud] Stacy Hoeflich: "Significant/signification of these marks. " Students: Yeah. Stacy Hoeflich: It's telling you what these marks mean. Stacy Hoeflich: So my question is, what is this right here? Library of Congress. C3 Framework for Social Studies. The Washington times. (Washington [D.C.]) 1901-1902, July 27, 1902, Editorials The Drama And Society, Page 9, Image 25. Literacy Design Collaborative.
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Teacher SpotlightVicki Heisler, a 30-year teaching veteran in Greeley, Colorado, engages her 5th grade students with primary sources. Learning Activity – Elementary Grades K-2Students participate in a timed 30-second look at a historic photograph of a classroom, record and compare their observations and later re-examine the photograph to discuss similarities and differences between their classroom and this one from the past. Calisphere: [Advertisement for packet ship "Apollo"] Guides - Primary Source. Browse select resource guides here.
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