Dear America Teacher’s Site Images

 

All Photos credit: © The Granger Collection, New York

 

The Civil War
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CIVIL WAR: GEORGIA, 1864.
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LC-DIG-cwpb-03159/ Library of Congress


The Colonial Period
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PRINCETON COLLEGE, c1764.
Cr: © The Granger Collection, New York


The Great Depression
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MIGRANT FAMILY, 1937.

Cr: LC-USZ62-130510/ Library of Congress

Revolutionary War
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THE BATTLE OF CONCORD, 1775.
Cr: © The Granger Collection, New York


Turn of the 20th century
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ELLIS ISLAND: IMMIGRANTS.
Cr: © The Granger Collection, New York


Westward Expansion
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BIERSTADT: SURVEYOR.
Cr: © The Granger Collection, New York


WWII
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JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1942.

Cr: LC-USZ62-42809/ Library of Congress

 

With thanks to Leonard L. Brooks, director of the Shaker Library and Museum at Sabbathday Lake; to Tina Agren, the librarian/archivist; and to Brother Arnold Hadd, who patiently and generously answered questions that he has probably answered a hundred times before.

 

Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to use the following:

Cover portrait by Tim O’Brien.

Cover background: Detail, Sabbathday Lake Village (looking south), girls’ shop (right), © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 206 (top): Red Cross workers, © akg-images/The Image Works.

Page 206 (bottom): Field hospital, © akg-images/The Image Works.

Page 207: Street sweeper with mask, © akg-images/The Image Works.

Page 208 (top): Outdoor church service, © Collections of the

Maine Historical Society, image #5264.

Page 208 (bottom): Outdoor trial, © Hulton Archive/Getty Images.

Page 209 (top): Panoramic view of Sabbathday Lake, ©

Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday

Lake, Maine.

Page 209 (bottom): Panoramic view of Sabbathday Lake, ©

Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday

Lake, Maine.

Page 210 (top): Girls’ shop at Sabbathday Lake, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 210 (bottom): Sisters’ workroom, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 211 (top left): Eldress Lizzie Noyes, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 211 (top right): Elder William Dumont, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 211 (bottom): Poplar baskets, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 212 (top): Sister Clara Stewart weaving poplar cloth, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 212 (bottom): Brother Delmer Wilson making poplar boxes, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 213 (top): Dining hall, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 213 (bottom): Water tower, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 214 (top): Sleigh, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 214 (bottom): Poland Spring House, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 215 (top): The Selden, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 215 (bottom): Granite wash mill, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 216 (top): Men haying, © Collection of the United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

Page 216 (bottom): Map by Jim McMahon.