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Understanding History and Society through Visual Art, 1776 to 1914
2012 Volume I

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction
1. History through Art: The American Revolution and the Colonial New World (1750–1850)
______Nancy Bonilla
Guide
2. The Stories Artwork Tells: Opening Doorways Into Creativity
______ Mary C. Elmore
Guide
3. Portraits of Pride: Young Adults Question Their Roles Using Visual Arts
______Elizabeth A. Johnson
Guide
4. Image-Making: Reading Gesture, Objects, and Environment in Portraiture
______Jennifer Hoffman Lee
Guide
5. Teaching Colonial American Society through Visual Art
______Jennifer M. Ports
Guide
6. Using Art to Develop Purposeful Talk and Enhance Writer's Workshop
______Caterina Salamone
Guide
7. Using High-Interest Artwork to Make Observations, Inferences, and Connections
______Patricia M. Sorrentino
Guide
8. Art and Conflict: The Visual Struggle
______John Tarka, Jr.
Guide
9. Interpreting the Imagery of War
______Leszek Ward
Guide
10. Questioning the Accuracy of War Images: John Trumbull's Paintings of the American Revolution and Photographs from the American Civil War
______Kristin Wetmore
Guide

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