Answered By: Kimberly Morin Last Updated: Sep 13, 2017 Views: 68
Answered By: Kimberly Morin
Last Updated: Sep 13, 2017 Views: 68
Try the following:
- The moving frontier; North America seen through the eyes of its pioneer discoverers
- First images of America : the impact of the New World on the Old
- The exploration of North America, 1630-1776
- Drawn from life : science and art in the portrayal of the New World
- The New World: the first pictures of America
- Life in America
- The Drawing of America: Eyewitnesses to History
- Album of American History
- Pageant of America, a Pictorial History of the United States
- Art Across Time
- Reference Books:
- Online Resources:
- The Library of Congress has an image archive which may be helpful.
- Some images are available in Oxford Art Online (library database) which allows you to limit by date and geography. Try searching for specific explorers, native americans, early america, "new world", etc.
- Google Books. Use the advanced Google Book search and limit to full view and limit publication date [between Jan 1500 and Jan 1749] and look for America AND Plates AND (colonies OR colony). You can find maps as well such as these.
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