Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown

Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
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Explore the effects of the Dred Scott decision and John Brown's efforts to end slavery.

Includes bell ringer, summary of Chief Justice Taney's decision with questions for small and large groups, examination of Tragic Prelude (mural of John Brown in Kansas State House), video links and additional discussion questions.

Tech requirements: your classroom/students will need to have access to History Channel videos.

File types: PDF, MS Word, PowerPoint.

Can be split into two shorter sessions.
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Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
Justice in the 1850s - Dred Scott and John Brown
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