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Patriotic Documents Primary Sources

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Early Explorers Primary Sources

Coloniatl America Primary Sources

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The Colonial America Primary Sources is a pack of 20 primary source that are printed on sturdy 8.5" X 11" card stock. >Colonial America Primary Sources are just what teachers need to help students learn how to analyze primary sources in order to meet State Standards! Your students will: • think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question various perspectives of history. • participate in active learning by creating their own interpretations instead of memorizing facts and a writer’s interpretations. • integrate and evaluate information provided in diverse media formats to deepen their understanding of historical events. • experience a more relevant and meaningful learning experience. The 20 Colonial America Primary Sources are:  1. Map of "James Fort" at Jamestown 2. Painting entitled "The Mayflower Compact", 3. Depictions of the first "Thanksgiving" held in 1621, 4. Illustration of Dutch colony of New Amsterdam in 1664, located on what is now Manhattan Island in New York City, 5. Replica of painting of slaves in Virginia processing tobacco for export 6. Portrait of a Puritan woman and her baby 7. Illustration of early shipbuilding in a New England colony 8. Oil painting entitled The Birth of Pennsylvania 1680 9. Illustration entitled "Indian Raid in 1675" during King Philip’s War in Massachusetts 10. Illustrations of early colonial tools and equipment 11. A colonial Quaker meeting with a woman preaching 12. Illustration of the planned city of Savannah, Georgia 13. Illustration of Harvard College in Massachusetts 14. Illustration of a rice plantation in the southern colonies 15. First-hand account of the passage by ship to colonial America 16. Details from a map showing barrels of tobacco from Virginia and Maryland being loaded onto ships 17. Print of the Bodleian Plate, depicting the colonial architecture of Colonial Williamsburg 18. Illustration of British ships and soldiers arriving in Boston Harbor 19. Illustration of the reading of the Declaration of Independence from the East Balcony of the Old State House, Boston, Massachusetts – July 18, 1776 20. Map of the original thirteen colonies created for the United States centennial in 1876
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