For courses in U.S. History Survey II (since 1865), American Studies, Women's Studies, American Civilization, Art, Art History, History of Photography and Communications Theory.
This text shows students how to examine and analyze historical photographs as documentary sources in historical research. It takes a case study approach, and also presents many examples of assignments that instructors can use to challenge students to think about using photographs themselves.
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Table of Contents
2. Images from American History.
3. Photographic Evidence and Photographs as Symbols.
4. “Say Cheese:“ Family Photographs.
5. Suggestions for Further Reading.