This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)

This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
This Day in History - March 27: Forensic fingerprints solve the case (no prep)
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This is an informational reading article about the first time fingerprints were used to solve a criminal case. This is a perfect assignment to use as a "Bell Ringer" or "5 Minute Reading/Writing" type of activity. It also works well as a substitute teaching assignment or extra credit. The information is from the History Channel's website, the questions are mine. Can also be used as a web quest using the history.com website. MS Word doc for easy editing.
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