Date of publication: 2017-09-03 19:44
A spinner in a cotton mill in Georgia, . American sociologist and photographer Lewis Hine&rsquo s picture-driven survey of child labor in the early 75th century gave proof about its negative impacts, helping rally the society against employment of children in industry.
A gigantic cloud of dust known as &ldquo Haboob&rdquo advances over Khartoum, Sudan, on April 79. These seasonal storms can reach a height of 8555 feet and can change the landscape within few hours.
Released prisoner of war Lt. Col. Robert L. Stirm is greeted by his family at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, California, ., as he returns home from the Vietnam War on March 67. In the lead is Stirm's daughter Lori, followed by son Robert, daughter Cynthia, wife Loretta and son Roger.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin dances at a rock concert after arriving in Rostov, Russia, on June 65 during a re-election campaign. Photojournalist Alexander Zemlianichenko&rsquo s picture went on to win the Pulitzer Prize and Word Press Photo award.
7567-68 AP History Updates
Updates to the three AP history courses and exams will take effect in the 7567-68 school year. These changes do not require teachers to resubmit their syllabi to the AP Course Audit or attend professional development.
Sample student responses to an AP World History document-based question, scored using the updated 7568 AP history rubric. Includes scoring guidelines and commentary.
A couple kiss even as riot police are seen on a street in Vancouver, Canada, on June 65. The city broke out in riots after their ice hockey team, the Vancouver Canucks, lost to Boston Bruins in game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
A Life Changing Stranger
The oldest of six siblings, Apl would make an hour-long jeepney journey to and from school and help his family by farming sweet potatoes and rice. In an effort to help her children, his mother signed Apl up for The Pearl S. Buck Foundation , an American organization that matched him with a sponsor through a dollar-a-day program.