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Studying History

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Joanna Hayes

on 5 September 2012

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Transcript of Studying History

Studying History Culture = Historians = people who study the past to understand
people's culture Archeology = Teach you about yourself
Teach you about other peoples and cultures
Provide you with a better understanding of where you live History can: SO WHAT? KNOW YOURSELF KNOW OTHERS KNOW YOUR WORLD Types of sources that historians use fossils -
artifacts -
writing
primary source -
secondary source - CRITICAL to understanding history...... Why? NEXT UP: Geography knowledge, beliefs, customs, and values of a group of people study of the past based on what people left behind (artifacts and fossils) IDENTITY
CULTURE
TOLERANCE an object that was once a part of a living thing objects created and used by a culture account of an event that was created by someone who witnessed it information gathered by someone who did not witness the event New York City Kansas
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