Visual Artifacts as part of a Historical Argument

BASIC: Instructions are attached as a file.
IMPORTANT (since I’m paying for professional writer fee):
***PLEASE. Sources should be visual artifacts. So, they should be photos, artworks, maps, images, data visualizations, newspaper article covers, videos etc. *Visual*. NOT quotes from a scholarly article.
-Thesis should be more of a Historical Argument. The details for the artifacts build a chronological narrative of continuity and change over time.
-Each artifact needs appropriate captions. At the end, Chicago-style bibliography.

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