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This 1622 letter from Jamestown colonist Sebastian Brandt to Henry Hovener, a Dutch merchant living in London, provides a snapshot of the colony in flux.
In 1664, Peter Stuyvesant was forced to surrender the Dutch colony of New Netherland to England, under the “Articles, Whereupon the Citty and Fort Amsterdam and the Province of the New Netherlands Were Surrendered.”
Students willexamine, explain, and evaluate a variety of literary and visual primary sources that describe and depict the development and impact of railroads on sectional relationships, national unity, and economic growth during the nineteenth century. analyze and assess eyewitness accounts, a notable photograph, and two maps of railway routes. read, discuss, and draw conclusions about the text and major concepts. make a sound response to one of several possible “essential...
Students willanalyze a variety of primary sources related to the completion of the transcontinental railroad. investigate celebratory images and a poem to discover some of the key outcomes that arose from the ability to move easily and quickly from coast to coast. Lesson 1 Objectives
Students willanalyze engravings about the completion of the transcontinental railroad. discover some of the key outcomes that arose from the ability to move...