March 28, 2017

Primary Source Spotlight: Sioux (Dakota) & Sitting Bull

Sioux images Dakota images Sioux ghost dance (film) Mary Louise Defender Wilson and Keith Bear: Sioux and Mandan Hidatsa storytelling and music from North Dakota streaming webcast Oral history interviews mentioning Sioux indians Indian fanfares: The Camanche revel, The Sioux gaillarde, The Manitou air dance Poems from Sioux and Chippewa songs Books related to the Sioux Texts related to the Dakota and the Sioux Sioux indian historic newspaper coverage Dakota indian … [Read more...]

Primary Source Spotlight: Wampanoag

The Wampanoag the tribe in Massachusetts is famous for having helped the Pilgrims to survive the first difficult winters in America. Learn more by clicking through to the links below. Images Wampanoag image set Massasoit and his warriors Massasoit--On his way to meet the Pilgrims and sign the Peace Treaty Goffe rallying the men of Hadley [in defense of Indian attack during King Philip's War, Hadley, Mass., 1675-76] Historic newspaper coverage Massasoit 1838-1922 King … [Read more...]

NHD 2017: CMHEC Topic Ideas – Wars, Labor

These curated resource lists coincide with the order of the topic ideas listed in the Chicago Metro History Fair (formerly CMHEC) NHD 2017 theme-related topic ideas. The links lead to resources from the Primary Source Nexus and the Library of Congress (LOC.gov) unless otherwise noted. Note: U.S. historic newspaper coverage is from 1789-1922 unless otherwise noted. WW1 and the IWW, One Big Union: The IWW Industrial Workers of the World primary source set Industrial Workers of the World … [Read more...]

NHD 2017: Taking a Stand – U.S. History Topic Ideas Part II

These curated resource lists coincide with the order of the topic ideas listed in the NHD 2017 theme sample topics list. Links lead to additional curated sets of resources. Note: historic newspaper coverage is from 1789-1922 unless otherwise noted. Standing Against Federal Authority: The Plight of the Farmers During the Whiskey Rebellion Whiskey rebellion background and links Whiskey Insurrection from History of Washington County 1870 Liquor tax: historic newspaper coverage … [Read more...]

Primary Source Spotlight: Paiute

When searching for resources about the Paiute, keep in mind that the tribe name has been spelled various ways throughout history, including Piute, Pi-Ute, and Pahute. Paiute primary source set Paiute: historical newspaper coverage Paiute life in the 20th century image set Piute primary source set Piute: historical newspaper coverage Indian Land Cessions in the United States, 1784 to 1894 Today in History: Sarah Winnemucca More Native American primary source collections … [Read more...]

Primary Source Spotlight: Buffalo Bill Cody

Stories from America's Library Buffalo Bill Cody brief bio Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show Buffalo Hunting with the Duke Little Sure Shot and the Gang Nebraskaland Days: Buffalo Bill Rodeo Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show American Treasures Buffalo Bill image set Buffalo Bill films Bucking broncho 1894 Buffalo dance 1894 Sioux ghost dance 1894 Buffalo Bill--peaux rouges/redskins 1896 Buffalo Bill's wild west parade 1902 Buffalo Bill's Sentiments on the Cuban … [Read more...]

Primary Source Spotlight: Indian Removal

These primary sources and teaching resources relate to the removal of Native Americans from their ancestral lands. Native Americans in U.S. history online presentation Native American Legal Struggles in Primary Sources Teaching with the Library of Congress blog November 4, 2014 Breaking the Bonds of People and Land: Native American Removal in the United States and Mexico streaming webcast Indian Removal, 1814-1858 PBS Indian removal: historic newspaper coverage … [Read more...]

NHD 2016: Exploration, Encounter, Exchange Topic Ideas Part I

These curated resource lists coincide with the order of the topic ideas listed in the NHD 2016 theme sample topics list. Note: historic newspaper coverage is from 1836-1922. New Spain and the Comanche: Encounters, Missions, and Conquests Exploring the Early Americas Interpreting the Conquest online exhibition Parallel Histories: Spain, United States and the American Frontier ideas to explore New Spain maps Travels through the western interior of the United States, from the year 1808 … [Read more...]

NHD 2016: CMHEC Topic Ideas – Civil Rights

Below you will find Library of Congress resources curated by TPS-Barat that relate to National History Day 2016 topic ideas from the Chicago Metro History Education Center. This set specifically focuses on civil rights but all topic ideas are related to the 2016 NHD theme: Exploration, Encounter, Exchange in History. More CMHEC topics will be referenced in subsequent posts. American Indians in Chicago during Progressive Era American Indians Chicago: historic newspaper articles … [Read more...]

NHD 2016: CMHEC Topic Ideas – Environment & Geography

Below you will find Library of Congress resources curated by TPS-Barat that relate to National History Day 2016 topic ideas from the Chicago Metro History Education Center. This set specifically focuses on the environment and geography but all topic ideas are related to the 2016 NHD theme: Exploration, Encounter, Exchange in History. NOTE: historic newspaper coverage is from 1836-1922. Black Hawk War: Violent Encounters, Exchanges for Land Battle of Bad Axe print 1857 Indian wars of the … [Read more...]