In-Class Excercise

1.) digitalvaults.org ; its called the national archives experience. Census.gov also helps with actual numbers data. We picked a document about amendment #26, dropping the voting age to 18.

 

2.) Some questions a historian might ask could include things like if this amendment effected anything the first year this was in effect. Another might be what percentage were actually 18.

 

3.) Some methods would include using a number of different websites to see if all the data was the same. Another method could be seeing who the people are voting wise back in the day.

 

4.) The most useful visualizations would be graphs and maps about how many people and who all voted…etc

 

Names of group: Michael Winters, Stephen Gentry, Sky Winter

 

 

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