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Segregation: Before Civil Rights


Jackdaw Photo Collections each consist of twelve, extra-large, 17" x 22", black-and-white photographs illustrating an important historical subject. The photos are printed on glossy, heavy-duty stock ready to be easily displayed in classrooms, libraries, hallways and offices. Each photograph in a collection is truly thought-provoking and directly involves the viewer. A detailed caption fully describes each photo and its source. Each Photo Collection includes an easy-to-use, open-ended, photo-analysis worksheet that may be reproduced for every student. With the help of this worksheet, students really get into the photos and see interesting things they otherwise might have missed. Each Photo Collection comes ready-to-use for a highly memorable experience.

Segregation: Before Civil Rights
  1. Hauling Cotton Bales on the Levee, New Orleans, 1898
  2. Cotton Planting, 1932
  3. Chain Gang, 1905
  4. Chemistry Laboratory, Tuskegee Institute, 1900
  5. End of the School Day, Gees Bend, Ala., 1937
  6. Cross Burning, Swainsboro, Ga., 1950
  7. Segregated Movie Theater, Belzoni, Miss., 1939
  8. Bus Station, Durham, N.C., 1940
  9. Segregated Café, Durham, N.C., 1940
  10. Rioting at Sojourner Truth Housing Project, Detroit, 1942
  11. African-American Platoon, Omaha Beachhead, 1944
  12. Pickets Outside Movie Theater, 1940

Price: $61.50



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