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Andrew Jackson: Analyzing Political (Editorial) Cartoons What do you see? Who is the subject of the cartoon? What symbols are used? What outside information do you know about the subject? What is the cartoonist’s message? What do you see? Who is the target audience for this cartoon? What symbols are used? What is the cartoonist’s message? What do you see? What is the historical context of the cartoon? What symbols are used? What is the cartoonist’s message?
Leg Rattles: At the Green Corn________ she created loud rhythms by dancing while wearing these. She carries them in an oak ____________ to remind her of happier times. Hymnal: ____________ missionaries gave her this book of hymns. It is printed in __________, so she can use it to teach her son to read after they reach ____________. Copper Pan: She had many fine pieces of copper ____________ at home, but she can only carry one as she ________. Blowgun: This morning, the boy shot a __________ with this simple gun. Georgia wild ________is his favorite target. Basket: An _________ basket- maker, the boy’s mother has taught many young girls to ______. In this basket, he now carries a few tools and dried _______. Red Clay: By carrying a handful of clay from _________ and mixing it with _______ of his new home, the boy will keep part of his _______ alive.