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This is a document highlighting the most important points from George Washington's Farewell Address as he is leaving the young nation to its first true election. Use this as a warm-up tool, or as stand alone instructional material. This can be
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Common Sense is one of the most important documents of the Revolutionary time period. Written by founding father Thomas Paine, it lays out in plain, common English, why the Americas should no longer be under the thumb of Great Britain. For any
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Take a look at perspectives of both Union and Confederate soldiers during the Civil War in relation to the homefront. This includes sources on the New York draft riots, the 20 Negroes law, and a newspaper clipping regarding the Southern War
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Looking for an easy way to communicate the importance of the Emancipation Proclamation? Look no further! This product is intended to help high school students understand what the Emancipation Proclamation did and how it affected the United States,
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The Gettysburg Address is considered by many to be not only Lincoln's best speech, but one of the most influential speech in world history. Every student has heard the phrase "four score and seven years ago..." but how many students actually know
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This short close read of the main parts of the Mayflower Compact is perfect for introducing students to the foundation of American Government. It is aligned to standards that target the foundation of American Government and is appropriate for all
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Take a look at perspectives of both Union and Confederate soldiers during the Civil War in relation to the homefront. This includes sources on the New York draft riots, the 20 Negroes law, and a newspaper clipping regarding the Southern War
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What to a Slave is the 4th of July is a classic speech delivered by Frederick Douglass on July 5th, 1852 to a crowd at the Ladies Anti-Slavery Society in Rochester, New York. In it he attacked the morality and irony of the United States for calling
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This is a short reading that takes sections of the Alien and Sedition Acts, and allows students to more easily analyze them and answer questions that further their comprehension. This is a simple classroom handout and can be used as either a
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Written by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, the Monroe Doctrine laid out foreign policy for President James Monroe. This document marked a dramatic shift in the role the United States would play in the world, as it moved away from the
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This is a combination of Union Perspectives of the Civil War along with Confederate Perspectives of the Civil War These resources combine together to provide a perfect method of teaching your students about the ramifications of war on the
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The Cornerstone Speech is one of the most important documents to come out of the American Civil War, and this close read helps students understand its significance! Through reading and questioning, students will be able to better identify the
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Want to teach your kids about the Civil War? Look no further! This is a multi-day lesson that includes: - Powerpoint about Civil War battles, impact of the war, impact of photography on the war, emancipation proclamation close read, Gettysburg
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The Magna Carta is one of the most important documents in the history of the Western World, influencing everything from the British Parliament and the Declaration of Independence, to the challenge of the absolute authority of kings. Written by the
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Jigsaw Hexagons for the Reformation and Counter-Reformation allow students to review, link, match, compare, and categorize important information from this pivotal time in European history. Each hexagon has at least one partner, and as the attached
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On May 19th and 20th 1856, Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts rose and gave a 5 hour speech in which he attacked the Kansas Nebraska Act of 1854, along with the supporters of it. Namely, South Carolina democrat Andrew Butler. This speech is
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