Eye Spy MATH in American Memory. The Learning Page http://www.loc.gov . The Library of Congress’ Collections are full of primary source images and documents that can be used to enhance the teaching of math!. Getting Started. Brainstorm math words to use as search terms.
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to sawmill. Michigan (1936 photograph)
If you can’t go – buy war bonds: Our bonds are their security!! (1940s poster)
Colville men on horseback ride around inside circle of tipis on July 4th, Nespelem, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington. (1905)
Yellow Owl – Mandan…Description by Edward S. Curtis: A face approaching the type of pure Mandan. The neck ornament consists of beads and cylindrical bones, and from the eagle-feather war-bonnet hang numerous weasel-tails. (1909 photogravure)
Three men seated at table with checkerboards, spectators looking on (1941 photograph)
New York, New York. Chinaman counting on an abacus in a Chinese grocery store in Chinatown (1942 photograph)
Row of automobiles parked perpendicular to two other rows of automobiles on a rooftop parking lot (1928 photograph)
The corner is squared and reinforcement nailed over joints. Screen door construction demonstration. Charles County, La Plata, Maryland. (1941 photograph)
I spy men playing a game with circles and squares. What game are they playing?
I spy a necklace made of white cylindrical beads. How many cylindrical beads can you count?
I spy a number equal to 1000 thousand written two different ways on this song sheet. What is the number?
…get started spying!