New PDF release: A Teacher's Guide to Using Primary Sources (Pages from

By Christine L. Compston

ISBN-10: 0195166124

ISBN-13: 9780195166125

ISBN-10: 1423775228

ISBN-13: 9781423775225

This lecturers' consultant is designed to accompany Oxford's Pages from heritage sequence and starts off with the idea that the scholars who should be utilizing one of many volumes within the sequence have had very little event operating with basic assets. as well as things like what a chief resource is and the result of instructing with them, this teacher's consultant additionally contains pattern classes.

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Being of the United States. This is especially true for the Just as the sleek and speedy clipper ships opened up transportation of freight. Today traffic in freight along the world to American trade, today cargo ships character- the entire Mississippi River system exceeds one hundred ize the United States' role in the global economy. Large million tons of cargo annually As a result, Louisiana vessels known as bulk carriers transport tons of prod- ports located near the mouth of the Mississippi, such ucts such as grain, ore, and coal.

The cost of traveling in the dingy, crowded section of the ship called steerage was only about $30, but the steamship lines made huge profits by packing between 2,000 and 3,000 passengers aboard each vessel. "It was a long, frightening experience what with the stormy seas and the long periods spent jammed together below decks. But most of us believed that if this was the price for going to America it was worth it," Polish immigrant Louis Sage recalled in 1911. millions of others. " Most immigrants were poor and could only afford to travel in steerage, a crowded, often filthy section of the steamships, located beneath the deck.

Special the- the 1920s that all changed. By that time, thanks to aters and playrooms entertained children while their technological achievements, the United States became parents took advantage of all the delights of the ship. Passage to America 45 For the passengers who could afford first-class If we could... get people accommodations, the ocean liners could provide an entry to enjoy the sea, it would be a very good thing; but to a rarified level of society. Liners brought first-class all we can do, as things are, is to give them gigantic ticket holders in close company with some of the richest floating hotels.

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