Step into a time machine! Created as an introduction to the time period when Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass grew up, this glimpse into 1830 would be great for anyone studying pre-civil war, abolitiionists, suffragists or anything else about the 1800's. This gives students real life connections that they don't always understand in our current world, such as a lack of technology and the difference in gender roles. It also touches on slavery and education. Let your students step into the time machine and experience 1830 in a way they are sure to remember.
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This time machine presentation can also be found in my American History Time Machine Bundle
which includes time machines for the years:
Also available in my store are time machine power point presentations for the years:
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