Here are the sources needed for the APWH annotated bibliography assignment. You will need to consult the HAPPY Analysis page for it. Click on each of the sources below to see them in their full form.
Consult this example of a correctly formatted annotated bibliography.
Prompt: How did World War I shift perceptions of what it meant to go to war?
It is a fearful thing to lead this great peaceful people into war, into the most terrible and disastrous of all wars…But the right is more precious than peace, and we shall fight for things which we have always carried nearest to our hearts --- for democracy; for the right of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own Governments; for the rights and liberties of small nations; for universal dominion of right by such a concert of free peoples as shall bring peace and safety to
Meet up in the auditorium at SoHi for several hours of content and skill review for the AP exam on May 5th at 2pm. The exam is on May 10th at 8am (plan to be at the exam rather early).
Freeman-pedia is a phenomenal resource that I cite all over my website. I highly encourage you to start following his blog, which is a daily review queue with videos, concepts, vocab, maps, and any number of other things that you can use in the countdown to the test.
After discussing the Atlantic slave trade in 10th World History today, I thought it would be good to post the primary source that we used to gain a visual understanding of conditions on board slave ships. Here it is.
We also read this primary source in class: Olaudah Equiano's Description of the Middle Passage (1789)
Also, check out this resource that I've posted before: The Atlantic Slave Trade in Two Minutes
This primary source comes from the Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers.
National Archives Identifier: 6976877
Dockworkers; 1890-1900; Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, Record Group 77. [Online Version, https://www.docsteach.org/documents/document/1-dockworkers, February 22, 2019]
The "Great White Fleet" in Sydney Harbor, 1908. Also see the fleet's visit to San Francisco.
From the Australian Navy's website.1
For my APUSH class CCOT, you may consider checking out these resources, which have links to some secondary and some primary sources, to inform your study and your paper.
Let me know if you find other caches of documents that you found useful for your research.