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  11th and 12 Grade Teachers
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  Alice Paul, “Why the Suffrage Struggle Must Continue,” The Suffragist, April 21, 1917 from Ellen Skinner, ed
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  Faith and Imperialism: Josiah Strong and the Missionary Impulse for Expansion
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  Goal: The goal of this lesson is for students to apply information that they have learned about the daily life of colonial children in Massachusetts and use
  Names: Scott Ouellet
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  Unit / Topic Great Depression
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  Lesson Three—Political Strategies in the Antebellum Era
  The election of 1856: political culture in the era of jacksonian democracy overview
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  Debating the Atomic Bomb 11 th
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  Eye Witness Accounts of the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
  Civil War PowerPoint Project
  Walt Whitman: Poet of the Civil War
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  Materials for Lesson on the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798
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  Displaced Persons after the Holocaust 11 th
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  Amend the Constitution 12th Government & Democracy
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  Twelve Tables: Written Laws Grade Level 6 or 8
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  The Civil Rights Era: The People Who Made it Happen and Its Impact 20 th
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  African Americans Voting Rights: The 15 Amendment and Reconstruction Period
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  Voting-Related Events General Events
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  Brief Small Group Discussions
  Standards Addressed: History/Social Science
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  Lesson plan subject: us/va history Grade: 11 Prepared by: Nora Bowers and Jennifer Saunders School: Interagency Alternative Schools Title: Wilson Stands Alone in his plan for World Peace Instructional Time: 60 to 90 minute block period part
  Defining us: The American Experience
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  History day project 10 th Grade World History /11 th
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  The Trial of Standing Bear
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  Defining us: The American Experience
  R. Zimermann 05. 01. 05
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  Teeching Amerikan Hi tory
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  Defining us: The American Experience
  Defining us: The American Experience
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  Anna Hamilton
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  Defining us: The American Experience
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  Background on Suffrage Rights in 19th
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  Political Realignment, 1850-1860
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  Ancient Greek Democracy By Amanda Krimm
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  The Freedom Struggle
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  The Life and Death of an Unknown Soldier: a work of Historical Fiction 8 th
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  Surrender at appomattox, 1865
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  Subject: Social Studies U. S. History Grade Level: 11
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  Defining us: The American Experience
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  The Gettysburg Address Lesson by Janet Lucas
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  The civil rights movement: chronology of the civil rights movement, 1954 1968 1954
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  Civil war: african american soldiers in gray and blue
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  X defining us: The American Experience
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  Through an Immigrant’s Eyes: Considering the Second Great Wave of American Immigration from the Perspective of a Young Jewish Girl
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  World war I 10 th Grade World History Can be modified to fit 11 th
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  Equality and Civil Rights: Brown and the Sit-Ins Classroom Discussion Resources
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  Civil War Illustrations
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  A window on the Legislative Process
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  Period: Date: Voting Right Act of 1965
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  Defining us: The American Experience
  Subject: American History: Events leading up to the Revolutionary War
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  The Korean War
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  Paintings and the french revolution
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  Casino Sovereignty Teaching American History Workshop
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  Period: Date
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  Defining us: The American Experience
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  Lesson Two: Congress and the Wilmot Proviso
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  Second Continental Congress
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  Global Perspectives on the Cuban Missile Crisis
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  Defining us: The American Experience
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  Supreme commander
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  Plessy Revisited
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  Defining us: The American Experience fcps teaching American History Grant lesson plan template
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  Immigration Mini-Unit Lesson 1: The ‘Push and Pull’ of immigration
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  Short Extended 1 st draft revision
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  New york city draft riots in 1863
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  Subject: Indentured Servants and Slaves
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  Citizenship, Civil Liberties & Japanese Internment Classroom Discussion Resources
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  Roosevelt and the Holocaust
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  Tah 2005 Professor Estess Nintendo Wars: The Media and us military Conflicts in Iraq "Guided Text" Directions
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  Defining us: The American Experience
  Subject: Virginia History for esol students Grade: 4
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  Period: Date: Comparing Treaties
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  How the West was won? Conflict and Change on the Western Frontier Introduction
  Advantages and Disadvantages (for Colonists) to Have Indentured Servants: Advantages: Disadvantages
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  Period: Date: Magna Carta
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  Lewis and Clark The Corps of Discovery Grade 8 U. S. History
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  Background for the Wilmot Proviso Debate
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  Defining us: The American Experience
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  The Ballot or the Bullet
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  Period: Date: Era of Manifest Destiny
  Native American Folklore By Robert M. Ruiz August 2, 2005
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  Lesson Five—The Courts
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  Subject: U. S./VA. History Grade: 11 Prepared by
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  Period: Date: Nationalism in the 1820s
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  Dark Images of the Invisible Empire: a study of the Ku Klux Klan as View into the Heart of American Racism
  Immigrants in Chains – Slave Narratives
  Heading: From the Mills to the Sweatshops: Lives of Women in Industry, Lowell Public Schools, February 21, 2009, Grade 8 Social Studies/ela lesson Plan Created by: Barbara Fauvel and Kristen Sullivan Key Questions
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