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Who created Gettysburg by the Numbers (GBTN)?
GBTN was researched and written in a collaborative effort by members of the TeachersFirst team, including Candace Hackett Shively, M.A., Peggy Jennings, Ed.D., and our extensive team of teacher-reviewers. Gettysburg by the Numbers, like all of TeachersFirst, was written by experienced teacher-leaders who know the realities of the classroom and model best practices in creation and use of digital media for learning.
The visual design, infographics, and illustrations in Gettysburg by the Numbers were created by the team of Rita Lee (designer) and Rick Henkel (illustrator) in collaboration with the TeachersFirst team.
Selected Gettysburg photographs and historic consultation were provided by David W. Shively.
The technical work to make Gettysburg by the Numbers come to life as a web site was done by Jay Volk.
Contributor in Kind:
Thanks to the The Gettysburg Times for their collaboration by printing weekly excerpts from GBTN and sharing them in their e-paper.
Except as noted below, all photos within Gettysburg by the Numbers are the work of David W. Shively and Copyright © 1998-2020 by The Source for Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.
Images from the Library of Congress, from the public domain:
Ditterline, T. Field of Gettysburg, July 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 1863 . Digital image. 2013. Web. 2/15/2013 <http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/civil_war_maps/>. Used as main page image for Geography topic.
Gardner, Alexander. General Meade's Headquarters at Gettysburg. Digital image. 2013. Web. 4/30/2013 <http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/stereo.1s02728/>. Used as main page image for Clean Up topic and in Photo Album in Casualties/Photographs.
Gardner, Alexander. The horrors of war. Digital image. 2013. Web. 4/30/2013 <http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/stereo.1s02695/>. Used in Photo Album in Casualties/Photographs.
Highsmith, Carol. National Mall, Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument, Washington D.C.. Digital image. 2013. Web. 3/15/2013 <http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2010630434/>. Used in Monuments.
O'sullivan, Timothy H.. Battlefield of Gettysburg--Dead Confederate sharpshooter at foot of Little Round Top [i.e., Devil's Den]. Digital image. 2013. Web. 4/30/2013 <http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/cph.3g01825/>. Used in Photo Album in Casualties/Photographs.
Smith, William Morris. 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Gettysburg, Pa., July, 1865. Digital image. 2013. Web. 4/30/2013 <http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/ppmsca.33199/>. Used in Photo Album in Casualties/Photographs.
The War Photograph & Exhibition Co., No. 21 Linden Place. Hartford, Conn.. Wounded trees at Gettysburg. Digital image. 2013. Web. 4/30/2013 <http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/stereo.1s02672/>. Used in Photo Album in Casualties/Photographs.
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