The People of the North (1820-1860)

The People of the North (1820-1860)
The People of the North (1820-1860)
The People of the North (1820-1860)
The People of the North (1820-1860)
The People of the North (1820-1860)
The People of the North (1820-1860)
The People of the North (1820-1860)
The People of the North (1820-1860)
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This is a four lesson unit by Reading Through History. The lessons included in this download cover the following topics:

a) Workers attempt to organize (early labor unions, such as the General Trades' Union)
b) Women and African Americans in the Northern Economy (Sarah G. Bagley, Samuel Cornish, and John B. Russwurm)
c)The Growth of Northern Cities
d) The Rise of Irish and German Immigration (1820-1860)

Each of these lessons contains a one-page reading, followed by three pages of student activities. Each lesson takes around thirty minutes for students to complete.

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