Focus On U.s. History: The Era Of The Civil War And Reconstruction:grades 7-9

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Walch Publishing, 1997 - 128 páginas
Reproducible student activities cover colonial experiences, including interaction with Native Americans, family and social life, the beginnings of slavery, and the seeds democracy.
 

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THE ROAD TO WAR Teacher Guide Student Background Pages Worksheets 1 Mapping Slave and Free States
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Sectional Conflicts
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Politicial Parties and Their Stands 3 Politicial Parties and Their Stands 4 Which Party for You?
11
Graphing Election Results
12
North or South?
13
The Dred Scott Decision
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The
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SecessionYes or
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The Gettysburg Address
50
The Monitor and the Merrimac
51
THE PERSONAL FACE OF
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Teacher Guide Student Background Pages Student Background Pages Worksheets 1 Civil War Songs
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The Life of a Soldier
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Southern Women in Wartime
60
Northern Women in Wartime
61
Black Slaves During the
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A Pair of Presidents
20
A Lively Political Convention
21
Party Platforms
22
The Confederate Constitution
23
Civil War Battles 2 Mapping the
27
Strengths and Weaknesses
35
The Call for Volunteers
36
The Technology of
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The Battles 7 The Battles 8 Reporting the
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Mapping a Campaign
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Who Am
45
The Emancipation Proclamation
47
Graphing the
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Time Line of the
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A Batch of Deserters
63
Wartime Destruction
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Black SoldiersYes or
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Wartime Medical Care
67
The Peace Democrats
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Why Enlist?
69
Civil Liberties in Wartime
70
Becoming Free
71
RECONSTRUCTION Teacher Guide
73
Student Background Pages Worksheets 1 The South Before and After
78
Plans for Reconstruction
79
Freedoms Choices
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