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Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

In this lesson, students will delve into the historical significance of the Underground Railroad. They will examine the motives behind its creation and the consequences

Teach Immigration History

The website “Immigration History” provides a comprehensive resource for exploring the diverse and multifaceted history of immigration to the United States. Through a variety of

The Long Journey

This lesson plan educates students about the history and significance of voting rights in the United States. It covers the evolution of voting rights from

The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850

This unit is one of the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s Teaching Literacy through History resources, designed to align with the Common Core State Standards. These units

Montgomery Bus Boycott

Most textbooks and children’s books about the boycott emphasize the second ingredient – the catalytic leadership of Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks –

Rosa Parks | Civil Rights Activist

After the Civil War and through the Civil Rights era of the 1950s, racial segregation laws made life for many African Americans extremely difficult. Rosa

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