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Slavery, Politics, Division of Pre-Civil War America

Lesson Plans | Primary Sources

Civil War Teacher Guides:

1850s America: Storyboard the Political Divide - In the 1850s the geographic and political divides were widening, and attempts to resolve these differences in a peaceful manner seemed doomed to failure. Creat comics highlighting these differences to gain an understanding of the Civil War.

Lesson Plans:

Slavery in America - Teachers contribute their best lessons on the events and issues that they think are the most important in the history of slavery in America. A collection of dozens of relevant lesson plans.

Slavery and the Making of America - From PBS.org this site has a virtual museam, lesson plans forall ages. The lesson plans cover topics like notions of liberty, slave family relations, using statistics to understand slavery, and how individuals leave behind personal histories.


ProTeacher.com: Slavery and Abolitionist Movement Lessons - More links to plenty of lesson plans on the subject of slavery, civil war, Harriet Tubman, abolition an more. Good site.

Slavery Teaching Theme - Resource materials, downloads, webquests, hands on activities and much more from TeAchnology



Primary Source Documents:

Historical Readings: Primary Sources from PBS.org - primary-source materials available throughout the SLAVERY AND THE MAKING OF AMERICA Web site, which is organized by themes. Under each theme is a list of the primary-source documents available. Historical fiction readings for all grade levels are also available to use with your students.


Slavery in the United States, 1790-1865: Library of Congress - This primary source set, "Slavery in the United States, 1790-1865," relates to slavery in the United States before the Civil War. Your teacher will assign you several primary sources. Analyze the primary source documents and make judgments about the quality and reliability of the different primary sources you study.

 

 

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