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I have used this activity with Native Americans and slavery with great success. I have worked over the years to collect a variety of old textbooks from different time periods.
Historian Rosemarie Zagarri reads the Declaration of Independence closely, [...] »
What does World War I have to do with your favorite colors? [...] »
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These worksheets from the Library of Congress help students analyze primary [...] »
Combine maps and a timeline to tell the story of change over time and place [...] »
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