Thousands of Theodore Roosevelt’s Papers Are Now Online

The digital collection  includes "276,000 documents and more than 460,000 images from his time as governor of New York, his days as a cavalry officer in the Spanish-American War and his role as president in the early 1900s."

Source: Sara Aridi, "Thousands of Theodore Roosevelt’s Papers Are Now Online," The New York Times, October 17, 2018, https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/17/arts/theodore-roosevelt-papers-online.html

Announcing the Release of Bodies and Structures: Deep-mapping Modern East Asian History 1.0

We are pleased to announce the release of Bodies and Structures: Deep-mapping Modern East Asian History 1.0 (http://scalar.chass.ncsu.edu/bodies-and-structures). Bodies and Structures is a platform for researching and teaching spatial histories of East Asia and the larger worlds of which they were a part.

Online Resource: "Bodies and Structures: Deep-mapping Modern East Asian History 1.0"

We are pleased to announce the release of Bodies and Structures: Deep-mapping Modern East Asian History 1.0 (http://scalar.chass.ncsu.edu/bodies-and-structures). Bodies and Structures is a platform for researching and teaching spatial histories of East Asia and the larger worlds of which they were a part.

CfP: GSA Seminar "In and Out of the Classroom: Innovations in Teaching in German History & Culture" (sponsored by the Teaching Network)

We would like to invite you to participate in the seminar “In and Out of the Classroom: Innovations in Teaching in German History & Culture” at the 43rd GSA Conference in Portland, Oregon, October 3-6, 2019.

 

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Re: H-SHGAPE QOTW: Immigration in the GAPE

I find Jacob Riis's photographs in How the Other Half Lives to be very helpful primary sources when I teach about the immigrant experience (and/or social reform movements) during the GAPE. Most students seem to have a thorough understanding of the "push" and "pull" factors of migration as well as what it was like for immigrants who were processed at Ellis and/or Angel Island.

H-SHGAPE QOTW: Immigration in the GAPE

Welcome to H-SHGAPE's Question of the Week! Each Wednesday, the list editors will ask a question about the Gilded Age and Progressive Era that we hope will provoke lively discussion. We encourage you to share your thoughts by typing in the "Post a Reply" box below the original post, or, if you're getting this by email, by clicking on the "Read More or Reply" link.

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