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From Place to Place

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  1. From Place to Place The Theme of Movement

  2. Warm-up: Answer the following questions on the worksheet provided. • What are the men doing in the illustration? • Where do you think they are? • Why are they carrying flags? • Who is the man in the foreground? • At whom is everyone looking? • Why do some of these people have weapons? • What/who do you think they are expecting to find here? • What do you think is their goal/objective?

  3. see credits at end

  4. Another Image from the Past Questions to think about while analyzing the picture: • What do you see happening in this illustration? • Who do you think the people in the boat are? • Where are they going? • Who are the people of the land? • How does this etching make you feel? • Why are they leaving on a seemingly stormy day? • What is the artist trying to convey?

  5. History Alive!

  6. Warm-up • Analyze the following picture. Look carefully at what is going on in the picture. • Think about the Theme of Movement and what we discussed yesterday. • In your journal, describe the scene like a geographer. Use the five themes of geography. • Relate the image to the Movement. • Don’t be afraid to be creative!

  7. Warm-up • Analyze the following picture. Look carefully at what is going on in the picture. • Think about the Theme of Movement and what we discussed yesterday. • In your journal, describe the scene like a geographer. Use the five themes of geography. • Relate the image to the Movement. • Don’t be afraid to be creative!

  8. Warm-up • Analyze the following picture. Look carefully at what is going on in the picture. • Think about the Theme of Movement and what we discussed yesterday. • In your journal, describe the scene like a geographer. Use the five themes of geography. • Relate the image to the Movement. • Don’t be afraid to be creative!

  9. Ellis Island Museum

  10. Notes: • How Does Movement Occur? • People interact with other people, places, and things almost every day of their lives.

  11. They travel from one place to another.

  12. They communicate with each other.

  13. Products, information, and ideas Trade (Import and export) • They rely upon ________________________________ that come from beyond their environment. • So, they ____________________.

  14. Push VS. Pull

  15. They’re Coming to America

  16. Let’s look at this image one more time…

  17. Land scarce in home country Promise of freedom Bad leadership at home Hope for a new life Religious persecution Jobs Revolutions “Streets paved with gold” Land Poverty Industry

  18. Movement: Immigration

  19. Immigration “Gallery Walk” • In your Theme of Movement” packet, … • Complete the table: • Look at each picture several times, as you fill in your chart. • There will be time to discuss shortly. • Photographs taken by Lewis W. Hine at Ellis Island

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  29. References • First landing of Columbus on the shores of the New World, at San Salvador, W.I., Oct. 12th 1492. • Date 1862 (published circa 1892). • Source Library of Congress. • Author Painting : Dióscoro Teófilo Puebla Tolín. Publisher : Currier and Ives.. • From Wikimedia Commons • Slides 8, 9, 23 photos by Patrick Condon, August 2011. • Slides 20-22, 24, 29 of exhibits at the Ellis Island Museum, photos by Patrick Condon, August 2011. • All Lewis Hine photographs can be found at the website, The History Place: Child Labor in America 1908-1912 Photographs from Lewis Hine http://www.historyplace.com/unitedstates/childlabor/about.htm