Family Home Evening Ideas that Teach the Proclamation - The Red Headed Hostess

Family Home Evening Ideas that Teach the Proclamation - The Red Headed Hostess

The Proclamation...for the King and His Kingdom [CD]

The Proclamation...for the King and His Kingdom [CD]

Seven Signatories: Tracing the Family Histories of the Men Who Signed the Proclamation

Seven Signatories: Tracing the Family Histories of the Men Who Signed the Proclamation (Paperback)

Seven Signatories: Tracing the Family Histories of the Men Who Signed the Proclamation

The Proclamation -  The Proclamation of the Irish Republic was a radical document for its day. It called for equality of rights between men and women and an economic system that took care of the least able in society. Listen to how it differed from the French and American proclamations. Image: The Proclamation of the Irish Republic. The seven signatories were among those executed ©

The Proclamation - The Proclamation of the Irish Republic was a radical document for its day. It called for equality of rights between men and women and an economic system that took care of the least able in society. Listen to how it differed from the French and American proclamations. Image: The Proclamation of the Irish Republic. The seven signatories were among those executed ©

The Proclamation of 1763 took place on October 7, 1763, issued by King George III, and was a proclamation by the British that forbade any colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. This proclamation upset most colonists.

The Proclamation of 1763 took place on October 7, 1763, issued by King George III, and was a proclamation by the British that forbade any colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. This proclamation upset most colonists.

The Proclamation on the Family -LDS artwork- you choose the size ** printable item, digital file will be sent **

The Proclamation on the Family -LDS artwork- you choose the size ** printable item, digital file will be sent **

Here is a fun way to have your family really think through the Proclamation to the World on the Family This idea I have shared before using scriptures from Joseph Smith History… but this time, it is for the Proclamation. Here I took the proclamation from lds.org and copied and pasted it onto a simple word document. Then, I put at Continue Reading »

Here is a fun way to have your family really think through the Proclamation to the World on the Family This idea I have shared before using scriptures from Joseph Smith History… but this time, it is for the Proclamation. Here I took the proclamation from lds.org and copied and pasted it onto a simple word document. Then, I put at Continue Reading »

These two parodic cartes-de-visite, made in Nashville, Tennessee, present an extremely simplified story of the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 through the figure of a single black boy. While the audience for these cartes-de-visite is not clear, the elements of caricature suggest that together they form a derisive commentary on newly freed slaves, as well as a reflection of white anxiety over the consequences of the Proclamation.

These two parodic cartes-de-visite, made in Nashville, Tennessee, present an extremely simplified story of the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 through the figure of a single black boy. While the audience for these cartes-de-visite is not clear, the elements of caricature suggest that together they form a derisive commentary on newly freed slaves, as well as a reflection of white anxiety over the consequences of the Proclamation.

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