Please see the instructions in the attached word document(PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND SEE THE SAMPLE SO THAT YOU CAN DO THE SAME FORMAT OF THE SAMPLE BUT NOT THE TOPIC). Also, The rest of the documents that are attached, you will be using them for this assignment. Thank you!This week, we focus our primary sources 17th & 18th centuries (1604-1763). Select any topic from the ATTACHED VIDEOS (from the founding of the earliest English colonies to the economic growth in the 18th century and the Great Awakening), then look on the web to find a visual primary source (a painting, statue, building, printed book) from these centuries that you find interesting. Post it here and tell us something about it, and which part of the material it relates to. Give us artist/author, title, date, a live link to where you found it (the web page with information, not the image itself), plus your comment on how it could provide evidence for this era.
· General Guidelines:
· Your source must be about something tied to U.S. History from 1604-1763
· It must be a primary source and not a secondary source, SO it must have been painted/made/written within at most 20-30 or maybe 50 years at most of the event it is depicting. It CANNOT be from hundreds of years after the event.
· The date you provide MUST be from when the object/painting/document is produced, not when the subject of the image takes place.
· You must provide a live (clickable) link to the site where you retrieved the image and the image must be visible on the page, if I click on the link and cannot see your image your grade will be marked down.
· The commentary cannot just describe the source, it MUST explain how the source relates to the course material.
· It cannot be the same/very similar to any image I have used in the course, such as the sample below, images used in the powerpoint presentation or the course video clips.
· This assignment is primarily about posting visual sources, if you decide to post a written source you MUST post an image of the original document (which needs to come from the assigned era, and you also MUST provided an extended excerpt (at least one paragraph if not several) from the document.
***PLEASE SEE THE SAMPLE BELOW SO THAT YOU UNDERSTAND THE FORMAT OF THIS ASSIGNMENT. DO NOT COPY THE TOPIC OF THE SAMPLE PLEASE. THANK YOU!
Here is a sample:
Artist: Benjamin Franklin
Title: Join, or Die
Date: May 9, 1754
Retrieved from https://history.state.gov/milestones/1750-1775/albany-plan (Links to an external site.) or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Join,_or_Die (Links to an external site.)
Comment: This political cartoon was published by Benjamin Franklin in his Pennsylvania Gazette as part of his effort to get the colonies to join together into a loose confederation he called the plan of union. It would have provided limited leadership/coordination on issues like war with the Native Americans or delivering the mail. This effort failed since the colonies in 1754 still did not feel the common bond they would about 20 years later.Sites for U.S. History 1 Primary Sources
· Digital Collections | Library of Congress (Links to an external site.)
· Smithsonian’s History Explorer (Links to an external site.)
· Docs Teach, from the National Archives (Links to an external site.)
· Smithsonian Source, from the Smithsonian Institute (Links to an external site.)
· The John Adams Library at the Boston Public Library (Links to an external site.)
· Colonial Williamsburg (Links to an external site.)
· Civil War Primary Source Documents (Links to an external site.)
· The Gilder Lehrman Collection | The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History (Links to an external site.)
· Browse The NYPL Digital Picture Collection(P) (Links to an external site.)
· Primary Source Sets | Teacher Resources – Library of Congress (Links to an external site.)
· Edison Motion Pictures Collection Part One 1891-1898 : The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive (Links to an external site.)
· About this Collection – Inventing Entertainment: The Early Motion Pictures and Sound Recordings of the Edison Companies | Collections | Library of Congress (Links to an external site.)
· Photogrammar (Links to an external site.)
· Flickr: Internet Archive Book Images’ Photostream (Links to an external site.)
· Family Limitation | South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) (Links to an external site.)
· Welcome · Digital Public Library of America (Links to an external site.)
· Periods | Collection of Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum (Links to an external site.)
· American Memory from the Library of Congress – Home Page (Links to an external site.)
· National Archives: Online Public Access (Links to an external site.)
· New York Times Article Archive – NYTimes.com (Links to an external site.)
· National Jukebox LOC.gov (Links to an external site.)
· Shorpy Historical Photo Archive | Vintage Fine Art Prints (Links to an external site.)
· Prelinger Archives : Free Movies : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive (Links to an external site.)
· Social and Cultural History: Letters and Diaries Online (Links to an external site.)
· American History In Video: Browse Newsreels (Links to an external site.)
· Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of ArtLavf58.20.100Lavf58.20.100
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