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SSI 103: US History - Aylmer (Fall 2018): Images

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Images of Nonviolent Change

Davidson, Bruce. (1965). The Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Ralph Bunche, Martin Luther King Jr., Mrs. King and Rosa Parks during the Selma March,
CBS News. (n.d.). Time of Change: Photos of the Civil Rights Movement. Retrieved from: 
https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/time-of-change-photos-of-the-civil-rights-movement/. 

Images as Primary Sources

While many research papers rely on books and scholarly articles as sources of information, images and videos can be equally useful. Using images as evidence may seem complicated, but the importance of primary sources makes it worth the effort. Consult the Library of Congress link below for guiding questions to help you analyze images. 

Don't forget that any information source you use, including images, must be cited in your research paper.

Images from the Web

MHS Collections Online. (1854). Broadside by the Worcester County South Division Anti-Slavery Society. 

Davidson, Bruce. (1965). Damn the Defiant.
CBS News. (n.d.). Time of Change: Photos of the Civil Rights Movement. Retrieved from: 
https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/time-of-change-photos-of-the-civil-rights-movement/. 

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