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Documents in Global History provides both a rich collection of textual and visual documents in world history and an indispensible tool for working with sources. Extensively developed with the guidance of historians and teachers of world history, Primary Source provides over 300 text documents in global history and over 450 visual sources. Many of the visual sources--ranging from early stone tools to medieval world maps to twenty-first century satellite imagery--are available in digital format for the first time and can be closely examined using a zoom function. All sources are accompanied by headnotes and focus questions and are searchable by theme, region, time period, or textbook in use. In addition, an interactive tutorial, "Reading Primary Sources," guides students through the process of working with documents through a four-step process: * analyzing authorship * determining audience * identifying argument * historical significanceshow more

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  • Pearson Education (US)
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The CD-ROM is correlated to the following textbooks as well: *The World: A Global History by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto *The World's History by Howard Spodek *The Heritage of World Civilizations by Albert M. Craig, William A. Graham, Donald Kagan, Steven M. Ozment, and Frank M. Turner *World in Motion by Erik Gilbert and Jonathan Reynolds Below is the Table of Contents in the Timeline view: Human Beginnings (1.5 Million BP-5,000 BCE) Human Origins Text Sources: * Margaret Meade, from "Warfare is Only an Invention--Not a Biological Necessity" * Jane Goodall, from "The Challenge Lies in All of Us" * Marshall Sahlins, "The Original Affluent Society," from Stone Age Economics Visual Sources: * Hominid tools * Clovis points Agriculture Text Sources: * Charles Darwin, "Cultivated Plants: Cereal and Culinary Plants" from The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication * David Rindos, from "Symbiosis, Instability, and the Origins and Spread of Agriculture: A New Model" * Jack Harlan, from Crops and Man * James Cook, from Captain Cook's Journal During his First Voyage Round the World Visual Sources: * Indians planting corn Early State Building (5,000 BCE-500 BCE) Kings and Priests Text Sources: * Egyptian Diplomatic Correspondence: excerpts from The Amarna Letters * Sumerian Law Code: The Code of Lipit-Ishtar * The Code of Hammurabi * Excerpts from The Epic of Gilgamesh * Hou-Ji, from Shi Jing * Hittite Law Code: excerpts from The Code of Nesilim * Ancient Egyptian and Hittite Voices * Liu the Duke and Tan-Fu the Duke, from The Shi Jing * Mission to Byblos: The Report of Wenamun * The Book of Job and Jewish Literature *The Babylonian Chronicles Visual Sources: * The Standard of Ur * The Parthenon * The opening words of Genesis * Egyptian obelisks * Durer, Adam and Eve * Dolmen of Kerhan * Detail of a statue from Delphi * Cuneiform tablet * Assyrian winged bull * Assyrian warriors * Assyrian King list * Abu Simbel Farmers and Traders Text Sources * Ptahhotep, from the Egyptian Book of Instructions * Syrian Government Documents: The Archives of Ebla * Hittite Land Deed * Hesiof, excerpt from Works and Days * Aristophanes, excerpt from The Birds * Early Criminal Justice: The Nippur Murder Trial and the "Silent Wife" * Praise of the Scribe's Profession: Egyptian Letter * Workings of Ma'at: "The Tale of the Eloquent Peasant" * Ancestor Worship: from Shi Jing The Great Ideas (1000 BCE-300 BCE) Hinduism and Buddhism Text Sources * Excerpt from the Upanishads * Selections from the Rig Veda * Vardhamana Mahariva, selections from Akaranga-sutra, "Jain Doctrines and Practices of Nonviolence" * Siddhartha Gautama: "Identity and Non-identity" * Buddhism: excerpts from the Dhammapada Visual Sources * The Lotus Sutra * Sutra of 1000 Buddhas * Nine Hindu planets * Hindu Gods * Jain cosmographical map The Great Thinkers Text Sources * Laozi, from Tao Te Ching, "The Unvarying Way" * Confucius, selections from the Analects * Plato, The Republic, "The Philosopher-King" * Plato, The Republic, "On Shadows and Realities of Education" * Aristotle, excerpts from Physics and Posterior Analytics * The Nyaya Scholl: "Explanation of the Sutra" * Liu An, excerpt from Huan Nan Tzu * Confucian Political Philosophy: an excerpt from Mencius * Legalism: selections from the writings of Han Fei Visual Sources * Illustration of a paradox of Zeno and Elea * Greek athletics * Daoist scroll * Confucius * Archimedes' mirror Empires and Barbarians (500 BCE-900 CE) The Idea of Empire Text Sources * Agatharchides of Kindos describes Saba * Zhang Quian, Han Shu, Descriptions of the Western Religions * Pliny the Elder, from The Natural History * Greece and Persia: The Treaty of Antalcides, 387 BCE * Horace, "Dulce et Decorum est Pro Patria Mori" * Kautilya, from Arthashastra, "The Duties of Government Superintendents" * Sima Qian, The Life of Meng Tian, builder of the Great Wall * Emperor Asoka, from The Edicts of Asoka * Excerpts from The Questions of King Milinda Visual Sources * Thucydides * The Great Wall of China * Statue of Caesar Augustus * Roman Forum * Roman aqueduct * Pyramid of Tikal * Pyramid of Teotihuacan * Han Chinese house * Elephanta Water Cave, India The Collapse of Empires Text Sources * Treaty between Tibet and China, 821-822 * Excerpts from the Hildebrandslied * Jordanes, Deeds of the Goths, book twenty-six * Faxien, Record of Buddhist Countries, chapter sixteen * Arabic Poetry: "The Poem of Antar" * Chinese description of the Tibetans * Excerpts from the Taika Reform Edicts * Sidonius Apollinaris, Rome's Decay, and a Glimpse of the New Order * Indian Land Grants, 753 CE Visual Sources * The interior of Hagia Sophia * The baptism of Clovis * Norse ship * Cihuatan clay figure Christianity and Islam (100 CE-1200 CE) Christianity Text Sources *The Acts of the Apostles, Paul Pronounces the "Good News" in Greece * St. Augustine of Hippo: Theory of the "Just War" * Pope Leo I: on Bishop Hilary of Aries * Pliny the Younger, "Epistulae" Letters * Paulus Orosius, from Seven Books of History Against the Pagans * Bishop Synesius of Cyrene: Letter to his Brother Visual Sources * The Tondo of St. Mamai * T-O Map from Isidore of Seville * St. John the Evangelist from a twelfth-century manuscript * Jvari Monastery, Georgia * Eleventh-Century illuminated Gospel manuscript * Armenian Monastery Islam Text Sources * Rabia al-Adawiyya, "Brothers, My Peace is in my Aloneness" * Harun al-Rashid and the Zenith of the Caliphate * Excerpts from the Quran * Ali: Instructions to Malik al-Ashtar, Governor of Egypt * Al-Tabari: Muhammads Call to Prophesy * Al-Tabari and Ibn Hisham, from "The Founding of the Caliphate" * Al-Farabi, from Al-Farabi on the Perfect State * A selection from Muhammad's Orations * Science and Mathematics: Al-Ghazzali, "On the Separation of Mathematics and Religion" Visual Sources * The Dome of the Rock * Quran's first chapter * Mosque of al-Azhar * Medina * Mecca * Islamic science and alchemy * Islamic astronomy and astrology * Al quibla schematic map Consolidation and Interaction of States and Ideas (800 CE-1500 CE) States, Old and New Text Sources * Winanda Prapanca, Nagara Kertagama * Anna Comnena, from The Alexiad * Eusebius of Caesarea, selections from The Life of Constantine * Buddhism in Japan: The Taika Reform Edicts * Abi Yaquibi, excerpt from Tarikh * Selection from Nihongi, "The Age of the Gods" * Nineteenth-century European Descriptions of the Pacific Island of Lelu * Nestor, The Russian Primary Chronicle * Einhard, Preface to The Life of Charlemagne * Tang Daizong on The Art of Government * An Essay Question from the Chinese Imperial Examination System * Nineteenth-century description of Cahokia * The Magna Carta 1215 Visual Sources * Vardzia monastery complex, Georgia * Founding of Tenochtitlan * The Book of Adam * Tamar, ruler of Georgis * Shinto creation myth * Ozette whale fin * Mixtec creation myth * Great Zimbabwe * French customary laws I * French customary laws II * French customary laws III * French customary laws IV * Extract from the Domesday Book * Early Korean woodblock printing * Canyon de Chelly, Arizona * Byzantines fighting Bulgarians * Book of Kings: Illustrations from the Shahnamah * Song dynasty map of China * Polynesian reed map Eurasian Contacts and Encounters before 1450 Text Sources * The Mongols: An Excerpt from the NovgorodChronicle, 1215 * Excerpt from William of Rubrick's Account of the Mongols * Beha-ed-Din: Richard I Massacres Prisoners after Taking Acre, 1191 *The Book of Dede Korkut, "The Story of Bugach Khan" * al-Tha'alibi, Recollections of Bukara * Liutprand of Cremona, excerpt from Report of his Mission to Constantinople * Benjamin of Tudela, selection from Book of Travels * Lu You, excerpt from Diary of a Journey to Sichuan * Marco Polo, excerpt from Travels * A fourteenth-century Italian Guide for Merchants * Excerpts from The History of the Life and Travels of Rabban Bar Sawma * Machione de Coppo Stefani, The Florentine Chronicle, "Concerning a Mortality in the City of Florence in which Many People Died" * Ibn Battuta, The Travels of Ibn Battuta, "Ibn Battuta in Mali" * Selection from Narrative of the Journey of Abd-er Razzak * Ma Huan, excerpt from The Overall Survey of the Ocean's Shores * Al'Umari describes Mansa Musa of Mali * Anonymous descriptions of the cities of Zanj * Ibn WahabL an Arab merchant visits Tang China Visual Sources * View of Acre * The First Horseman of the Apocalypse * The Black Death * Saladdin * Mongol yurt * Illustrations from The Travels of Sir John of Mandeville Medieval and Early Modern Thought Text Sources * Jean Bodein, Six Books of the Commonwealth, "The True Attributes of Sovereignty" * Kino Tsurayaki, excerpt from The Tosa Diary *Speculum Principi, "The Animal Life of Greenland and the Character of the Land in Those Regions." * Murasaki Shikibu, selections from The Tale of Genji * Peter Abelard, "Sic et Non" * Al Ghazali, excerpt from Confessions * Roger Bacon on Experimental Scient, 1268 * Saint Francis of Assisi, selection from his Admonitions * University of Paris Medical Faculty, Writings on the Plague * John Ball Sermon * Ibn Battuta, selections from the Rihla * Hugo Grotius, selections from On the Law of War and Peace * Niccolo Machiavelli, excerpts from The Prince * Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, "Of Human Law" Visual Sources * Wheel of Fortune * St. Francis Xavier and other Jesuit missionaries * Sketches by Leonardo da Vinci for fortifying cities * Printers and booksellers I * Printers and booksellers II * Printers and booksellers III * Medieval world view * Medieval medicine * Medieval depiction of Adam and Eve * Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man * Johann Tetzel selling indulgences * Image of the universe, from the Nuremberg Chronicle * Illustrations for The Emperor's Astronomy * Illustration from The Properties of Things * Illustration from The Life of Christ * Illustration from Die Proprietatibus Rerum * Heretic burning at the stake * Frontspiece from Andreas Vesalius, On the Fabric of the Human Body * First printed medical text with illustrations * Drawing from Leonardo da Vinci's Codice Atlantico * Cupola of Santa Maria Fiore Church, Florence * Woodcut by Albrecht Durer showing perspective * Ptolemaic world map * First national atlas of England * First Dutch national atlas Revolutions and Enlightenments (1500-1850) The Scientific Revolution Text Sources * Nicolaus Copernicus, excerpt from On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres * Rene Descartes, The Discourse on Method and Metaphysical Meditations, "I Think, Therefore I Am" * William Harvey, Address to the Royal College of Physicians, 1628 * Isaac Newton, from Optiks * Francis Bacon, from Novum Organum Visual Sources * Title page from Vico, Principii di una Scienza Nuova * Title page from Francis Bacon, Novum Organum * The Copernican solar system * Sixteenth-century anatomical drawings, I * Sixteenth-century anatomical drawings, II * Principles of magnetism * Pascal's Traitez * Newton's Optiks * Illustration showing the properties of a vacuum * Galileo's views of the moon * Descartes, illustration from Optics * Anton von Leeuwenhoek *1551 Edition of Maimonides' Guide for the Perplexed The Enlightenment: Science, Philosophy, and Religion Text Sources * Immanuel Kant defines the Enlightenment, 1784 * Cesare Beccaria, from An Essay on Crimes and Punishments * Abu Taleb Khan, A Muslim Indian's Reactions to the West * Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Letters (a) on Constantinople; (b) on Smallpox (c) on Vaccination in Turkey * Marquis de Condorcet, passage from Sketch for a Historical Picture of the Progress of the Human Mind * Daniel Defoe, selection from The Complete English Tradesman * James Lind, from A Treatise of the Scurvy, 1753 * Mary Wollstonecraft, Introduction to A Vindication of the Rights of Woman * William Hazlitt, selections from The Spirit of the Age * Voltaire, "On Universal Toleration" Visual Sources * Torah scroll * Title page from Japanese anatomy text c. 1775 * Study of the Aztec calendar stone * New England primer * Jewish medical text * Illustrations from Voyages and Travels I * Illustrations from Voyages and Travels II * Illustrations from Voyages and Travels III * Illustration from Poor Richard's Almanac * Descartes' view of the universe * Captain Cook in the Sandwich Islands * Blake's image of the creation * Birds of America by John Audubon I * Aztec calendar wheel * Armenian missal * Armenian creation myth * American magnolia tree, 1731 * American birds by John Audubon II * A Beethoven sonata The Enlightenment: Politics and Economics in a Globalizing World Text Sources * Edmund Burke, Speech on Policy in India, 1783 * The Treaty of Westphalia, 1743-1794 * Revolutionary France: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, 1791 * David Ricardo, On Wages, "The Iron Law of Wages" * Baron de Montesquieu, excerpt from The Spirit of the Laws * David Ricardo, excerpt from Principles of Political Economy and Taxation * Thomas Malthus, excerpt from Essay on the Principle of Population * Olympe de Gouges, Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen Visual Sources * View of St. Petersburg from the first Russian newspaper * Russian charter granted to the nobility * Revolutionary ladies, North Carolina * Prussian soldiers * Origins of the French monarchy * Nineteenth-century globe * Hobbes, Leviathan I * Hobbes, Leviathan II * French Revolution * Eighteenth-century powderhorn * Death of Marat * Boston Tea Party Revolution * Battle of Yorktown *1755 Battle between British and Indians *"Tea-Tax Tempest", by Carl Guttenberg *"Cult of the Supreme Being," French Revolution * View of Gibralter * View of Capetown * Plan of San Antonio, Texas * Ohio River Valley * Map of the country of Georgia The Industrial Revolution and Social Change in the 19th and early 20th Centuries Text Sources * Frederick Winslow Taylor, "A Piece Rate System," 1896 * Eliza Duffey, from No Sex in Education; or an Equal Chance for Both Girls and Boys, 1874 * Anthony Trollope, excerpt from North America * Edwin Chadwick, Summary for the Poor Law Commissioners * The Sadler Report: Child Labor in the United Kingdom, 1832 * Parliamentary Report on English Female Miners, 1842 * Andrew Ure, from The Philosophy of Manufactures * Benjamin Disraeli, excerpt from Sybil, or The Two Nations * Fanny Kemble, excerpt from Records of a Girlhood * Robert Owen, excerpt from Address to the Workers of New Lanark, 1816 * Chartist Movement: The People's Petition of 1838 * A Luddite pamphlet Visual Sources * Woman suffrage parade * Wagon train crossing the Sierra Nevada * View of Charleston, ca. 1870 * Unloading coffee in Brazil *Uncle Tom's Cabin advertisement * Tin Mining, Indonesia * Tashkent textile mill * Street scenes, Germany * Slaves carrying cotton and picking cotton I * Slaves carrying cotton and picking cotton II * Slave shackles * Singer sewing machine advertisement * Port of Valparaiso, Chile * Nineteenth-century whale chart * Moneylender's house, India * Mill on the Brandywine * Logging in Minnesota, 1893 * Kimberley mine, South Africa * Italian immigrant in USA * Immigrants sailing to USA * Illinois Central Railroad poster * Homestead steel mill * Georgian (Caucasus) peasants * Gas-smoothing iron *Frontspiece from Martin Chuzzlewit * Filipino slaves * Excelsior Iron Works * Edison's Vitascope * Dead horse in New York street * Cotton plantation * Chinese immigrants in USA * Child textile worker * Ceylonese tea picker * Calcutta water dispenser * Bolivian child laborers * Architectural iron works * Map of the western United States Convergence and Divergence (1500-1800) Text Sources * Excerpts from the Biography of Emperor Akbar of India * Abu'l-Fazl Allami's Ain-i-Akbari * Sunni versus Shi'ite: Letter from Selim I to Ismail I * Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq, "Suleyman the Lawgiver" * Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq, excerpt from "Women in Ottoman Society" * Paul Rycaut, on the State of the Ottoman Empire, 1668 * Fathers Simon and Vincent Report on Shah Abbas I, the Safavid Ruler of Persia * Excerpts from the Biography of Shah Abbas I Visual Sources * View of Isfahan * The Taj Mahal * Safavid battle tunic * Persian minature painting: Layla and Majnun * Ottoman naval attack on the island of Gerbi * Ottoman law book * Islamic calligraphy * Illustration from the Chronicles of Java * Medieval Islamic map of the world * Islamic world map East Asia Text Sources * Toyotomi Hideyoshi, on the Conquest of China * Shi Daonon, "Death of Rats" * Matteo Ricci, selection from his Journals * Letters of Zheng Zhilong * Guidelines for Tributary Missions, Qing Dynasty, 1764 * Taisuke Mitamura, excerpt from Chinese Eunuchs: The Structure of Intimate Politics * Emperor Qianlong, Mandate to King George III * Japan Encounters the West * Tokugawa Shogunate, The Laws for the Military House, 1615 Visual Sources * View of Guangzhou (Canton) * The Tokaido Road in Japan * The Peking observatory * Shinto temple * Profiles of Asian peoples * Northern Tartary women * Mandarins * European views of the Chinese * European views of Tartars and Chinese * Chinese jade book * Chinese Armillary sphere * View of Nanjing * Map of the Yellow River * Chinese map of Central Asia * Buddhist world map European Overseas Expansion and Colonization Text Sources * Excerpt from The Broken Spears * Excerpts from the journal of Christopher Columbus, 1492 * Christopher Columbus, journal excerpt and letter * Excerpt from the travel journal of Vasco da Gama * Hans Mayr, account of Francisco D'Almeida's attach on Kilwa and Monbassa * Duarte Barbosa, accounts of his journeys to Africa and India * Gaspar Correa, excerpt from his journal, 1502 * Bernal Diaz del Castillo, from the True History of the Conquest of New Spain * Saint Francis Xavier on conversion of the Indians * Pope Paul III, Sublimus Dei, "On the Enslavement and Evangelization of Indians in the New World" * William Bradford, excerpt from Of Plymouth Plantation * Domingo Navarrete, "Of My Stay in the Kingdom of Macasar" * Jan Van Linschoten on Dutch business in the Indian Ocean * Thomas Gage, writings on chocolate * Thomas Dudley, letter to Lady Bridget, Countess of Lincoln, 1631 * Bartoleme de las Casas, from Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies * Cotton Matheer, from Magnolia Christi Americana Visual Sources * Views of Cuzco * View of Hormuz * View of Cape Town * Vespucci's encounter with Indians * The Jagas * Sixteenth-century portolan * Seal of Connecticut * Illustrations from Adam Olearius, Voyages * Illustrations from Jacques Le Moyne and Theodore de Bry of Indians I * Illustrations from Jacques Le Moyne and Theodore de Bry of Indians II * Illustrations from Jacques Le Moyne and Theodore de Bry of Indians III * Illustrations from Jacques Le Moyne and Theodore de Bry of Indians IV * Illustration from de Sahagun's "History of the Conquest of New Spain" * Russian views of "People of the Empire" * Powhatan * Pocahontas * Pirate attack on Panama City * John Smith * Jesuit martyrs in Japan * Jesuit baptizing an Indian * Hispania slaying Leviathan * Francis Drake's encounter with Indians * First book printed in the New World * Buccaneers * American cannibals * View of Kilwa * Sixteenth-century Portuguese trading posts in the Indian Ocean * Sixteenth-century Portuguese map of the Indian Ocean * Samuel de Champlain's map of eastern North America * Portuguese map of the Caribbean and South Atlantic * Map of Virginia * View of Tenochtitlan * Sixteenth-century world map * Sixteenth-century map of the Atlantic Slavery, Exploitation, and the Making of an Atlantic World Text Sources * Bryan Edwards, excerpt from "Observations on the!Maroon Negroes of the Island of Jamaica" * Olaudah Equiano, excerpt from The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano * Willem Bosman, from A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea Divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts * Phillis Wheatly, "To the Right and Honourable William, Earl of Dartmouth!" * Alexander Telfair, Instructions to an Overseer in a Cotton Plantation * Five African American spirituals Visual Sources * View of the Guinea coast * View of Loango * The slave ship Brookes * The New York fur trade * Sugar plantation, Brazil * Portrait of Olaudah Equiano * King Philip's War * Illustration from "American Magazine," 1758 * House of Benin * Gold coast dress * Early European depiction of the banana * Don Alvaro of Kongo * Cod fishing * Boston harbor * Advertisement for a slave auction * Map of Kongo, Angola to Benguela * Map of Greenland The Challenge of Modernity (1750-1920) The Transformation of Western Science and Thought Text Sources * Thomas Babington Macaulay, from Minute on Education, 1835 * Franz Boas, from The Mind of Primitive Man * John Stuart Mill, excerpts from On Liberty * William James, from Pragmatism * Charles Darwin, from The Origins of the Species * Karl Marx and Fredrich Engels, from The Communist Manifesto * Ellen Key, from The Century of the Child * Henrik Ibsen, from A Doll's House, Act Three * Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, "Futuristic Manifesto" * Matthew Arnold, "Dover Beach" * Thorstein Veblen, excerpt from The Theory of Leisure Class Visual Sources * Pinels' skull types * Muybridge photos * Egyptian street scene * Egyptian statues * De Ovi Mamalian, by Karl von Baer Nationalism, Imperialism, and State-Building in the West Text Sources * Watkin Tench, from A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson * The Scramble for Africa * Serbian Society of National Defense, Program for Nationalism * Samuel Smiles, excerpt from Self Help, with Illustrations of Character and Conduct * Rudyard Kipling, "The White Man's Burden" * Robert Louis Stevenson, passage from In the South Seas * President Fillmore, Letter to the Emperor of Japan, 1852 * Lord William Betinck, on the Suppression of Sati, 1829 * Karl von Clauswitz, On War, "Arming the Nation" * Jules Ferry, Le Tonkin et la Mere-Patrie * James Fenimore Cooper, Author's Introduction to The Prairie * Irish National Identity * Fustel de Coulanges, letter to the German Historian Theodor Mommsen * Crevecoeur, from Letters from an American Farmer, "What is an America" * African American Emancipation Songs * Alexis de Tocqueville, excerpt from Democracy in America * James Burney, on contact with the Maori of New Zealand * Abraham Lincoln, the Emancipation Proclamation Visual Sources * The "New Europes": New York City * The "New Europes": Johannesburg * The "New Europes": Detroit * The "New Europes": Cape Town * Tbilisi in the late nineteenth-century * Sequoyah * San Francisco earthquake * Reconstruction in the American South * Quito textile factory, circa 1910 * Pygmies, 1904 World's Fair * Pears' soap advertisement * North-South reconciliation through the Spanish-American war * Mandan Sioux offering * Machine exhibit, 1904 Worlds Fair * Lincoln remembrance * Indian school, Pennsylvania * Georgian musicians * Field hospital, Philippines * Early churches in Hawaii I * Early churches in Hawaii II * Dinzulu, king of the Zulus * Christian missionaries in Africa, late nineteenth-century * Chinese pavilion, 1904 Worlds Fair * Cherokee Constitution * Black soldier, United States Civil War * Battle of Kinburn, 1955 * Araucanian chief * Apache Indian prisoners, 1886 * Ainu woman * Afrikaner guerrillas * Africans being baptized, South Africa, nineteenth-century *"Parade on Tsarina's Meadow" * The "New Europes": Sydney * Map of East Indies Competing Visions of the Modern World Text Sources * W. E. B. Du Bois, Souls of Black Folk, "Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others" * The Treaty of Nanking, 1842 * Russo-Japanese War: Imperial Rescript, 1904 * Qianlong, letter to George III * Long Yu, The Abdication Decree, 1912 * Lin Zexu, letter to Queen Victoria, 1839 * Lafcadio Hearn on Japanese Geisha, from Glimpse of Unfamiliar Japan * Jose Rizal, excerpt from The Reign of Greed * Francisco Garcia Calderon, excerpt from Latin America: Its Rise and Progress * Feng Guifen on Western Strength * Emperor Meiji, "The Constitution of the Empire of Japan" * Edward D. Morel, The Black Man's Burden * Booker T. Washington, "Industrial Education of the Negro" Visual Sources * The Portsmouth Treaty, 1905 * Howkan Indian village, Alaska * Tattooed Polynesian * Frontspiece to al-Muqtataf * Tattooed native of Nukahiwa * Portrait of Jose Rizal * Polynesian mask * Filipino insurgents, ca. 1900 * Photograph of an Uzbek woman from the Turkestanskii Alborn * Engravings showing the military victories of the Emperor Qianlong I * Pancho Villa * Ottoman compass, early nineteenth-century * Matsuhito Emperor of Japan * Chinese destroying opium * Chinese acupuncturist * Japanese views of Commodore Perry's mission, 1853, I * Japanese views of Commodore Perry's mission, 1853, II * Japanese views of Commodore Perry's mission, 1853, III * Japanese views of Commodore Perry's mission, 1853, IV * Japanese views of Commodore Perry's mission, 1853, V * Japanese views of Commodore Perry's mission, 1853, VI * Americans in Yokohama, 1855 * African fertility goddess * Caucasian warriors wearing chain mail * Islamic bookbinding * A Muslim view of the Russian Empire * Inuit family, 1918 * Illustration from an Uzbek children's book, 1926 * Illustration from The Complete Survey of Medical Knowledge * African sculpture * Map of Africa from the Cedid Atlas The Great Crises of the Twentieth Century (1900-1950) World War I Text Sources * Woodrow Wilson, "Speech on the Fourteen Points" * The Balfour Declaration, 1917 * The Covenant of the League of Nations * Soldiers' Accounts of Battle * Sir Henry McMahon, Letter to Ali Ibn Husain, 1915 * Roupen of Sassoun, Eyewitness to Armenia's Genocide * Francois Carlotti, from "World War I: A Frenchman's Recollections" * Erich Maria Remarque, excerpt from All Quiet on the Western Front * British Soldiers on the Battle of the Somme Visual Sources * Woodrow Wilson on his way to Versailles * Women shipyard workers * Women munitions workers * Victory parade, Paris * Trench warfare, I * Trench warfare, II * Spartacist demonstration, Germany * French tanks * Bolshevik Revolution poster * Black American Soldiers * Austro-Hungarian soldiers wearing gas masks * Arab delegates to the Versailles conference * Anti-Spartacist demonstration, Germany * American World War I poster * American machine gunners The West between the Wars Text Sources * Nadezhda Mandelstam, excerpt from Hope Against Hope: A Memoir * Nadezhda K. Krupskaya on Communism * John Scott, excerpt from Behind the Urals: An American Worker in Russia's City of Steel * Chicago Commission on Race Relations, The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot * Bolshevik Seizure of Power, 1917 * Benito Mussolini, from "The Political and Social Doctrine of Fascism" * Adolf Hitler, excerpt from Mein Kampf Visual Sources * Yugoslavs at well * Women bathers, 1920s * Traffic in Rio de Janiero, 1940 * Stalinist poster * Spanish Civil War poster * Soviet poster, 1940 * Segregated movie theater, Mississippi, 1939 * Poverty, southern United States * Nazi rally * Nazi party congress, Nuremberg * Movie theater, New York, 1920s * Migrant mother, Great Depression * Mexican migrants in USA, 1936 * Looted food shop, Germany * London stock exchange, 1920s * Ku-Klux-Klan rally * Inflation in Germany * Hoover dam * Hitler and Chamberlain * Herbert Hoover speaks to a television audience, 1927 * German persecution of the Jews * Execution by guillotine, France 1929 * Chinatown, San Francisco, 1920s * Cars on Daytona beach, 1920s * Buenos Aires coffee bar, 1930s * British Empire poster, "Growing Markets for our Goods" * Bread line, 1930s * Automobile advertisement, 1920s * Anti-Japanese sentiment, California, 1920s * African women protest white rule in South Africa *1936 Berlin Olympics *"There's no way like the American way" billboard * Russian factory Asiabetween the Wars Text Sources * Mao Zedong, "From the Countryside to the City," 1949 * Mao Zedong, "A Single Spark Can Start a Prairie Fire" * Li Shaoqi, "How to Be a Good Communist," 1939 * Kita Ikki Outline for the Reconstruction of Japan * Japanese Total War Research Institute, Plan for the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, 1942 * Dean Acheson, United States Secretary of State, on the failture of the Chinese Nationalist Government, 1949 * Mao Zedong, "Jian Jieshi is China's Number One War Criminal," 1949 Visual Sources * Tientsin China, 1924 * Shanghai in the 1920s * Rape of Nanjing * Plague hospital, Bombay * Mahatma Gandhi * Japanese samurai society, 1920s * Japanese in Tsingtao, China 1920s * Governor's residence of Indonesia * Canton destruction World War II Text Sources * Transcript of the Rape of Nanjing Sentencing, 1947 * The Charter of the United Nations, 1945 * Roosevelt and Churchill: The Atlantic Charter, 1941 * Lindsey Parrot, "Tojo Makes Please of Self Defense" * Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The Four Freedoms, 1941 * American Investigators, from The Effects of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki * Adolf Hitler, the Oversalzberg Speech, 1939 * A. Philip Randolph, A Call to March on Washington, 1941 Visual Sources * Warsaw ghetto * US troops before D-Day * US air bombing of Bologna * Tokyo shanty town, September 1945 * Tokyo and Nuremberg war crime trials, I * Tokyo and Nuremberg war crime trials, II * The war in the Pacific * The internment of Japanese Americans, I * The internment of Japanese Americans, II * The internment of Japanese Americans, III * The Holocaust, I * The Holocaust, II * The destruction of Europe * Summits of the Allied leaders, I * Summits of the Allied leaders, II * Rosie the Riveter * Nazis executing Russian civilians * Japanese surrender aboard the USS Missouri * Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor * Hiroshima after the dropping of the atomic bomb * France surrenders to the Germans * D-Day * Civilian refugees in Europe * Atomic bomb mushroom cloud * American workers at B-17 bomber plant * American propaganda poster * American GIs in Holland *"United We Win" poster * US and Soviet forces meet, 1945 An Uneasy Balance (1945-1970) The Cold War Text Sources * Truong Nhu Tang, "Myth of a Liberation" * The United Nations, "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," 1948 * Sir Winston Churchill, from the Iron Curtain Speech, 1946 * Nikita Krushchev, Speech to the twenty-second Congress of the Communist Party, 1962 * Ladies Home Journal, "Young Mother," 1956 * Juan Peron, excerpt from The Voice of Peron * Joseph Stalin, excerpts from the "Soviet Victory" Speech, 1946 * John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Address Before the General Assembly of the United Nations, 1961 * James F. Schnabel, from United StatesArmy in the Korean War * James B. Stockdale, excerpt from a Vietnam Experience: Ten Years of Reflection * Henry A. Myers, "East Berliners Rise Up Against Soviet Oppression" * Harry S. Truman, The Truman Doctrine, 1947 * George F. Kennan, "Long Telegram," 1946 * George C. Marshall, The Marshall Plan, 1947 * General Douglas MacArthur, "Old Soldiers Never Die," 1951 Visual Sources * H-Bomb Shelter * Vietnamese refugees * The "kitchen debate" between Nixon and Krushchev * Stalin monument, Prague * Soviet collective agriculture * Soviet agriculture * Smog in Los Angeles, 1954 * Segregation USA, 1950s, I * Segregation USA, 1950s, II * Outdoor market, Soviet Central Asia * Nixon in China * Nikita Krushchev visiting an Albanian factory * Newspaper headline showing the "Red Scare", 1950s USA * Meeting between the Chinese, Soviet Indian foreign ministers, 1962 * May Day celebrations in Tiananmen Square, I * May Day celebrations in Tiananmen Square, II * Levittown, New York * Latino rights * Korean child receiving food aid * Kennedy in Berlin, 1963 * Japanese election, 1946 * Hungarian uprising, 1956 * Female machinists, Beijing * Chinese landowner trial, 1950s * Chinese Communist guerrillas * Chinese artillery class * Cardinal Francis Spellman conducting mass in New York * Bulgarian labor brigade * Asian games, Tokyo, 1958 * Anti-Vietnam protesters * Albanian-Chinese ties *1955 designer kitchen Identity and Power in a Decolonizing World Text Sources * Sayyid Qutb, from Milestones, 1964 * Palestinian Declaration of Independence, 1988 * Mohandas Gandhi, from Hind Swaraj * Kwame Nkrumah, from I Speak of Freedom: A Statement of African Ideology * Jomo Kenyatta, from Facing Mt. Kenya: The Tribal Life of the Gikuyu * Israel's Proclamation of Independence, 1948 * Frantz Fanon, from The Wretched of the Earth Visual Sources * US and British votes in the UN on the Suez Canal crisis, 1956 * The Shah of Iran accepting homage from a peasant * Tamils protesting adoption of Singhalese as national language * Mossadegh supporters * Midwifery class, Burma * La Paz, Bolivia, 1950s * Kwame Nkrumah and Julius Nyere * Koreans in Japan mark homeland * Iranian students protest * Indonesian political rallies * Indonesian guerrillas * Indian woman receiving military training * Ghanaian demonstrators * General election, Ceylon (Sri Lanka) * Female Irgun recruits, Israel * Date market, Algeria * Construction of the Aswan High dam, Egypt * Cocoa harvesting in Ghana * Central American market * Cairo traffic * French nurse inoculating Indochinese baby An Uncertain Future (1960-Present) Freedom, Conflict, and New Directions Text Sources * Vaclav Havel, "The Need for Transcendence in the Postmodern World" * The Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Article Two * Saddam Hussein's Invasion of Kuwait * Pope John Paul, from Centesimus Annus * Osama bin Laden, World Islamic Front Statement, 1998 * Nelson Mandela, Closing Address at the 13th International AIDS Conference, July 2000 * National Organization for Women, Statement of Purpose, 1966 * Martin Luther King, Jr., Letter from Birmingham City Jail * Keith B. Richburg, excerpt from Out of Africa: A Black Man Confronts Africa * Helmut Kohl, Speech to the American Council on Germany, 1990 * Francois Mitterrand, Speech to the United Nations, 1990 * Excerpt from the 9/11 Commission Report * Deng Xiaoping on introducing capitalist principles to China * Alain Destexhe, excerpt from Rwanda and Genocide in the Twentieth Century * Aime Cesaire, from Return to My Native Land * Addresses by George W. Bush, 2001 Visual Sources * UN sprays DDT over Seoul * Polio vaccination * Ozone poster * Operation Desert Storm * Moroccan health care worker * Moroccan child receiving immunization * Mayan religious ceremony * March on Washington, 1963 * Man on the moon * International space station * Hurricane Katrina * Earth at night * Disabled Italians demand more government aid * Civil rights march, USAshow more