So, go grab a set of your red&blue 3D glasses and explore some really cool photos of the Civil War (requires a special browser plugin). If you don’t have them, you can always explore the regular photos. These images provide an excellent way for students to examine different aspects of the Civil War in great detail. As I always say, getting students to act like historians.
Thanks to the Ten Roads Blog (actually done by a high school student) for sharing a link to a very cool website (more of a mashup really) that uses Google Maps and photos. The Encounter at Gettysburg page is being developed by Chuck Kann and incorporates Google Maps to allow visitors to locate monuments, farm […]
As many of you know, the Library of Congress has a website called Selected Civil War Photographs. This page makes browsing the photographs easy because they have a Search feature, a Subject browse, or you can look at photos from each year of the War. There is also information about Understand and Working with the […]