Make Louisiana History come to life with this set of 21 anchor charts. These resources can be used as a classroom reference tool when studying The Louisiana Purchases and Louisiana's Early American Era.
These charts cover the Louisiana Purchase, the road to statehood, the West Florida Rebellion, the War of 1812, the Battle of New Orleans and other topics during this time period.
Specific Topics include:
The Louisiana Purchase
The Constitutionality of the Louisiana Purchase
Territory of Orleans
Historic Importance of New Orleans
Lewis and Clark
Corpse of Discovery
Challenges in Transitioning to the United States
West Florida Rebellion
The Republic of West Florida
St. John the Baptist Slave Revolt
Road to Statehood
William C.C. Claiborne
Battle of New Orleans
Geography behind the Battle of New Orleans
Soldiers who fought in the Battle of New Orleans
General Andrew Jackson
Anchor charts have been designed with easy to understand language, graphic organizers and pictures to assist students with connecting to the past.
Teachers can project or print these anchor charts one to a page for a classroom reference tool or print 4 to a page to make student flash cards or interactive notebook entries. The possibilities are endless.
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