|Grade Level||High School|
|Location||Bolivia, South America|
|Topic||Civics and Government, International Relations, Learning with Maps, Military Engagement, Transportation and Movement|
Maps are an excellent way to learn about history. As primary sources, these visual documents convey bias and perspective as well as concrete information about specific geographic locations. Changes in representation over time reflect both substantive acquisition of knowledge as well as direct representation of territorial power and influence. Students will look at several maps of Bolivia from the 19th century to learn about historic events at that time.