The Teacher as Cultural Curator: Building MultipleLiteracies through Collaborations in the Arts
Aninterdisciplinary inquiry based art research project focusing on the painting byThomas Pritchard Rossiter and Louis Remy Mignot, “Washington and Lafayette atMount Vernon,” 1859. 87 x 146 ½ inches. Oil on canvas.
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Bjelajac, David. WashingtonAllston, Secret Societies, and the Alchemy of Anglo-American Painting
Coffey, John W. “Louis Remy Mignot. (landscape painter),” Antiques
Fitzpatrick, John C., editor.The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources1745-1799. Library of Congress [39 volumes].
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“FurnitureDesign: Furniture Styles,” Zeroland,9 Feb. 2007.
“FurnitureStyles: Chippendale (1750-1790),” Connected Lines
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“George Washington and General Lafayette,”
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“GeorgeWashington Papers,” Library of Congress. 12 Feb. 2007.
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Headley, P.C. Life ofGeneral Lafayette, Marquis of France, General in the United States Army, etc
Idzerda, Stanley J.,Anne C. Loveland, and Marc H. Miller. Lafayette, Hero of Two Worlds: The Artand Pageantry of His Farewell Tour of America, 1824-1825
Jaffe,David. "Art and Identity in the British North American Colonies, 1700-1776".In Timeline of Art History. NewYork: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, October 2004. 28 Jan. 2007.
Jaffe,David. "Art and Society of the New Republic, 1776-1800". In Timelineof Art History. New York: TheMetropolitan Museum of Art, October 2004. 28 Jan. 2007.
LaChiusa, Chuck. “Furniture Styles,”Buffalo Architecture and History,29 Jan. 2007.
LaChiusa, Chuck. “Furniture Styles: Federal Style,”Buffalo Architectureand History, 29 Jan.2007, <http://freenet.buffalo.edu/bah/f/fstyles/fed/index.html>
Lossing,Benson J.. Mary and Martha, the Mother and Wife of George Washington
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Pompeian, Ed “GeorgeWashington’s Slave Child”? History News Network
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Rossiter, Thomas Pritchard and others. “Thomas Pritchard Rossiter and Rossiter FamilyPapers, 1840-1957,” Smithsonian: Archive of American Art.
"The Only Unavoidable Subject of Regret": George Washingtonand Slavery
“The Rise and Fall of the Absolute Monarchy:
“Timeline,” MountVernon, 5 Feb. 2007.
“TimeLine: The Colonial Period,” Library of Congress
”Horace M. Kallen: Pluralism and American JewishIdentity
AmericanJewish History” - Volume 85, Number 1, March 1997, pp. 57-74
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