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Two Union Teens' Views of Confederate Soldiers: Point of View or Bias?

Two Union Teens' Views of Confederate Soldiers: Point of View or Bias?
Two Union Teens' Views of Confederate Soldiers: Point of View or Bias?
Two Union Teens' Views of Confederate Soldiers: Point of View or Bias?
Two Union Teens' Views of Confederate Soldiers: Point of View or Bias?
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Union teenagers Tillie Pierce and Daniel Skelly saw the Confederate forces invading their hometown of Gettysburg during the battle fought their in 1863 during the American Civil War quite differently. High school or middle school students can read their primary accounts of the behavior of Confederates and decide whether Tillie and Daniel are using point of view or bias in their assessments of the Southern soldiers’ behavior. They will write a paragraph justifying their decisions.
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1 hour
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