Have you seen our new database Biblioboard? It has curated collections of primary sources from the British Library, the National Archives, and more (collections include Ellis Island and Twelve Years a Slave) -- plus, it is also an e-reading platform with thousands of titles, including hi-lo titles from Orca Books, and nonfiction comics from Bluewater Productions, that can be read right in your browser! #TeachNYPL Login in with your NYPL library card: on.nypl.org/XF9XWB
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Have you seen our new database Biblioboard? It has curated collections of primary sources from the British Library, the National Archives, and more (collections include Ellis Island and Twelve Years a Slave) -- plus, it is also an e-reading platform with thousands of titles, including hi-lo titles from Orca Books, and nonfiction comics from Bluewater Productions, that can be read right in your browser! Login in with your NYPL library card: http://on.nypl.org/XF9XWB
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New York skyline. (1911)
NY Skyline 1911 printable from NYPL Digital Gallery
From NYPL's Blogs: Our Favorite, Most Absorbing, Compelling, and Pleasurable [True!] Tales of New York City http://www.nypl.org/blog/2014/04/28/our-favorite-new-york-city-nonfiction
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Asleep on the job - "One of the many young newsboys selling late at night..." (Jersey City, Nov 1912). #ChildLabor in the US: An historical record in pictures, 1905-1930 (NYPL Digital Collections) #TeachNYPL
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A tired newsboy at 10 p.m, 1912. A REAL LIFE NEWSIE!@Meredith Berman
#TeachNYPL Asleep on the job - "One of the many young newsboys selling late at night..." (Jersey City, Nov 1912). #ChildLabor in the US: An historical record in pictures, 1905-1930 (NYPL Digital Collections)
The Bowery Boys: New York City History: Newsies vs the World! The Newsboys Strike of 1899
American Child Labour c.1900-1937 - Retronaut
One of the many young newsboys selling late at night..., November 1912, Lewis Hine
http://pongogirl2.hubpages.com/hub/Teen-Culture-in-the-Early-190 Even with aid organazations like the Children's Aid Society and lodging homes for wayward waifs, many newsboys lived their entire lives on the streets. The picture below is from 1912, by Hine.
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Girl Working at Cotton Mill: A young girl tends the spinning machine at a cotton mill in North Carolina. Children worked adult hours for pennies in mills and factories all over the United States until the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. (Photo Credit: Bettmann/CORBIS)
Lewis Hine. Child in Carolina Cotton Mill. 1908 American photographer and sociologist Hine recorded children’s working lives on behalf of the National Child Labor Committee, an organization established in 1904 to alleviate the exploitation of children, with headquarters in New York. A source of cheap labor then as now, children in factories and sweatshops assisted in the process of churning out goods designed for markets that included their middle-class peers.
“Child in Carolina Cotton Mill” by Lewis Hine #childlabor
Class H-5 "Child in Carolina Cotton Mill." 1908 American photographer & sociologist, Lewis Hine, recorded children's working lives on behalf of the National Child Labor Committee. ~ A Design History of Childhood | Brain Pickings
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Can't wait for @hopelarson's graphic novel adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time! This looks really cool. The novel was and is a favorite of mine.
a wrinkle in time: the graphic novel adapted and illustrated by hope larson
A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel: Madeleine LEngle, Hope Larson: 9780374386153: Amazon.com: Books
The original NY Times' 1853 Article On 12 Years A Slave's Solomon Northup #TeachNYPL
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Take a Look at Solomon Northup’s 1853 New York Times Profile - COLORLINES
Read this original profile that appeared back on January 20, 1853.
A historical analysis of how school textbooks tell the story of the Post-Civil War Era, focusing on the evolution of how U.S. History textbooks interpret the history of Reconstruction. Common core aligned texts, tasks, and classroom reading for Grades 11-12. #TeachNYPL #Reconstruction #PrimarySources
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#TeachNYPL #Reconstruction #PrimarySources A historical analysis of how school textbooks tell the story of the Post-Civil War Era, focusing on the evolution of how U.S. History textbooks interpret the history of Reconstruction. Common core aligned texts, tasks, and classroom reading for Grades 11-12.
The Brooks–Baxter War (or sometimes referred to as the Brooks–Baxter Affair) was an armed conflict in Little Rock, Arkansas, in the United States, in 1874 between factions of the Republican Party over the disputed 1872 election for governor. The victor in the end was the "Minstrel" faction led by Elisha Baxter over the "Brindle Tail" faction led by Joseph Brooks, which included most of the scalawags and blacks.
Reality Rules! 2014 Nonfiction Award Winners for children and teens available now at the NYPL. Includes the best in biographies, narrative nonfiction, and informational texts. www.nypl.org/... #TeachNYPL #nonfiction
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The Nazi Hunters: How a Team of Spies and Survivors Captured the World's Most Notorious Nazi by Neal Bascomb. #YA #NA #YoungAdult #teen
YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults: “The Nazi Hunters: How a Team of Spies and Survivors Captured the World’s Most Notorious Nazi,” written by Neal Bascomb, is the 2014 Excellence winner.
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The Nazi Hunters: How a Team of Spies and Survivors Captured the World's Most Notorious Nazi by Neal Bascomb. Recounts how, sixteen years after the end of World War II, a team of undercover Israeli agents captured the Nazi war criminal, Adolf Eichmann, in a remote area of Argentina and brought him to trial in Israel for crimes committed during the Holocaust. Nonfiction | History.
Did you know that we have simultaneous use eBooks at the Library? Copies are always available! Titles include popular reading, classics, and science and social studies texts www.nypl.org/... #TeachNYPL #ebooks
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Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai Sept. 2013
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This Is the Rope: A Story from the Great Migration, by Jacqueline Woodson, Illustrated by James Ransome. 29 pp. This beautifully illustrated book opens with an African American girl skipping rope under a tree in SC. Then the rope is used to tie luggage atop the family car when they drive north to NYC. In one guise after another, it follows their participation in the Great Migration and links together three generations. Accessible, elegantly written, and focused on social justice.
10 amazing children's books from 2013. (Excerpted from This Is The Rope: A Story Of The Great Migration by Jacqueline Woodson, illustrated by James Ransome.)
Book Jacket for: This is the rope : a story from the Great Migration
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Book List for Grades 4-8 Black History Month
Parents looking for history and activity-based learning options featuring prominent and influential African Americans will find this Kindle-format book about abolitionist and statesman Frederick Douglass inspiring for their young travelers. His final home is in SE Washington DC, maintained by the U.S Park Service and his papers are at the Library of Congress.
Frederick Douglass for Kids: His Life and Times, with 21 Activities (For Kids series): Nancy I. Sanders: 9781569767177: Amazon.com: Books
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#TeachNYPL #NYPLrecommends Looking for new titles for your classroom? NYPL Recommends: 100 Best Children's Books of 2013 for ages 0-12. To view or download the PDF of the 100 Books List: http://www.nypl.org/sites/default/files/final_childrensbooklist_2013_web-final.pdf
2013 - Books for Kids from the New York Public Library
NYPL Recommends: 100 Best Children's Books of 2013, using NPR's Book Concierge model
100 children books recommended at New York Library.
Best Children's Books 2013 from The New York Public Library
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African American Charity Adams, First Officer in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, standing in uniform and pointing to a poster that reads, "Women! Answer America's Call, Serve in the W.A.A.C." A former teacher, she has commanded four companies of Auxiliaries at the First WAAC Training Center at Fort Des Moines, Iowa, seeing them through basic training and sending them on to specialist work or to Fort Huachuca, Ariz., to take over non-combat jobs.
Historical Maps of Manhattan and the Bronx showing ethnic demographics at the time (1920) - NYPL Digital Collections #TeachNYPL
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#TeachNYPL Map of the borough of Manhattan and part of the Bronx showing location and extent of racial colonies (1920) - from the NYPL Digital Collections
Historical Pics of Central Park - from the NYPL Digital Collections #TeachNYPL