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Print, First sight of New York Bay, 1877, James Wells Champney, NYPL Digital Gal

Use this essay on Jewish immigration to flesh out a unit on the Civil War or immigration. [...] »

Lithograph, Abraham Lincoln of Illinois..., 1864, Gabriel Kaehrle, LOC

An interactive exploration of the decisions Abraham Lincoln had to make during his presidency. [...] »

Negative glass plate, O'Sullivan, 1862, "The Beauregard" cannon, LOC

Analysis of photographs of Civil War artillery broadens students understanding of the American Industrial period. [...] »

Negative, "Suffragetes on way to Boston," LoC, Flickr Commons

Relive the dream of the women's vote through roleplay or interfacing with primary documents. [...] »

Chromolithograph, Battle of Antietam, Thure de Thulstrup, NYPL

You're a Union general on the eve of Antietam. You know Lee's plans. What will you do? [...] »

Print, A Chinese Family, Detroit Photographic Co., 1898-1905, LoC

Very few of us have ancestors who were not immigrants. Bring the topic of immigration to life. [...] »

Print, Assassination of President A. Lincoln, Library of Congress

Elementary students investigate the first presidential assassination and debate whether it was avoidable. [...] »

Photo, Funeral Dignitaries in front of Lincoln's Home, 1865, Lincoln library

This lesson leads students to see how Lincoln's life in Springfield influenced important national issues. [...] »

 
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