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"Holding the Wolf by his Ears" – Slavery and Compromise in the American West
Not long before his death in 1826, Thomas Jefferson famously described America's relationship with slavery as "(H)aving a wolf by the ears...we can neither hold him, nor safely let him go." Decades later, his words proved prophetic, as the unresolved moral and legal questions surrounding slavery esc
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Nationalism in the Late 1800s Italy and Germany: PowerPoint, Worksheets, & Notes
This product includes a Power Point and Printable Student Notes. Also, if you don’t want to teach this material through a presentation, there is a reading guide worksheet to do instead. There is also a bell ringer worksheet, a vocabulary worksheet, and a short quiz / exit slip. The items come in Mic
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U.S. History Word Walls: 13 Colonies-Indust. Revolution (+ Elections/Amendments)
UNITED STATES HISTORY WORD WALLS. If you've ever wanted your students to have a visual representation of the 13 colonies, American Revolution, Manifest Destiny, Civil War, Reconstruction, the Industrial Revolution, Elections, the Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, and the Presidents of the United
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Mexican American War Word Wall Cards
These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of the Mexican American War. This product contains 20 cards with definitions and images for each term:          ♦ Bear Flag Revolt          ♦ Compromise of 1850          ♦ Franklin Pierce          ♦ Gadsden P
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