THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND TURN-OF-THE-CENTURY AMERICA

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   Order Code: GLD964    ISBN : 9780635125934
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Among the 20 sources:

  • Cover of Puck magazine shows Theodore Roosevelt leading the Rough Riders into battle against the Spanish in Cuba during the Spanish-American War (1898)
  • Political cartoon satirizing the concept of American imperialism at the turn of the century (1898)
  • Sheet music cover for "’Dawn of the Century’ March and Two Step": depicts optimism about a better future through progress in technology (1900)
  • Photograph of a woman dressed in male attire and smoking a cigarette supervising a man doing laundry; depicts the changing role of women (1901)
  • Artist’s conception of the shooting of President William McKinley at the Pan-American Exposition; McKinley later died of his wounds and Theodore Roosevelt became president (1901)
  • Political cartoon depicting President Roosevelt’s "Big Stick" foreign policy: "Speak softly, and carry a big stick" (1904)
  • Cover of Judge magazine showing Theodore Roosevelt wearing an allegorical crown of the Panama Canal, "the greatest achievement for trade in modern times" (1904)
  • Political cartoon depicting a Standard Oil tank as an octopus wrapping its tentacles around steel, copper, and shipping industries, as well as the U.S. Capitol and the White House (1904)
  • Photograph looking down Sacramento Street in San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake
  • Photograph of Orville Wright flying the 1908 Flyer at Fort Myer, Virginia (1908)
  • Political cartoon featuring the many roles Theodore Roosevelt filled during his lifetime (1908)
  • Editorial cartoon depicting President Roosevelt’s conservation policies to protect wilderness and wildlife – 1908
  • Political cartoon depicting Uncle Sam, George Washington, and Theodore Roosevelt greeting the Great White Fleet as the ships returned to Virginia after a cruise around the world (1909)
  • Photograph depicting an example of child labor in early 1900s: children working as spinners in a Mississippi yarn mill (1911)
  • Photographs of the RMS Titanic
  • Postcard depicting sentiments of the women’s suffrage movement (1913)
  • Poster urging citizens to remember people killed on the RMS Lusitania and enlist in the military (Dated 1915)
  • Photograph of Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota (2010)
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Publisher

Gallopade

Grade

5–12

ISBN

9780635125934