Photographs Throughout American History
Journey to the Past: Investigating Primary Sources
"A photograph is worth a thousand words" has never been more fitting than in this thought-provoking book. Photographs serve as snapshots of time, capturing the emotions, humanity, and history of a specific moment. Since the camera's invention, photographs have captured pivotal moments that defined and shaped American history. Young readers will examine this book's photographs as primary sources. Readers will investigate the context of each photograph for a deeper look at America throughout the years. They'll review photographs of Rosa Parks's arrest in Montgomery, a jubilant kiss at the end of World War II, and many more moments immortalized through the photographic medium.