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Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War

Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Binder Organization for U.S. History - Moving West and Civil War
Product Description
Do you collect tons of lesson ideas and resources to teach U.S. History from lots of sources? Do you need a better way to organize all of your resources by topic? This set includes almost 50 binder covers or dividers of topics covering Westward Expansion and the Civil War. There are almost 50 topics included so you can organize all of your resources down to each lesson. Spine labels for binders have been included for the major topics. You can use these sheets as dividers by placing them in sheet protectors. Place all of your resources for a topic behind that sheet protector. A couple of blank sheets have been provided as well so you can make your own topics. If you have questions, email me at idea backpack@gmail.com.

The topics included are:
Thomas Jefferson
The Louisiana Purchase
The Louis and Clark Expedition
Sacajawea
Tecumseh
War of 1812
Trail of Tears
Sequoyah and the Cherokee Alphabet
Westward Expansion
The Frontier
Manifest Destiny
Daniel Boone
European Immigrants Mode West
The Erie Canal
Wagons
The Pioneers
The Oregon Trail
The Gold Rush
California
The Pony Express
Stagecoaches
Railroads
Frontier Life
Texas
The Effects of Westward Expansion on the Native Americans
The Underground Railroad
The Civil War
Life in the North
Life in the South
Abraham Lincoln
The Effect of Slavery on New States Entering the Union
Seceding from the Union
Reasons for the Civil War
Battles of the Civil War
Civil War Leaders
The Effect of the Civil War on the South
Emancipation Proclamation
The Civil War Comes to an End
The Gettysburg Address
Lincoln’s Assassination
Reconstruction

Total Pages
47 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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