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Discovery and SettlementFounding of a NationExpansion And ConflictCivil WarWestward Expansion1st Semester MidTerm1st Semester Final
Growing NationEarly 20th CenturyWWIICold War50,60, 70Contemporary IssuesSemester 2 MidTermSemester 2 Final
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Resources for Mr. Jones American History class.
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  • Boston Tea Party Historical Society
    The Boston Tea Party Historical Society is a non-profit educational and cultural organization established to preserve and share the Tea Party history. The Society collects and tells the story of the B.T.P. through an interactive website and publishing. We also occasionally debunk popular myths about the famous destruction of tea in Boston Harbor. Includes: Historical Accounts, Case Studies, Videos, Essays, Timeline, Facts, and much more.
  • Teaching With Documents: Images of the American Revolution
    Many factors contributed to the eventual success of the American colonies as they revolted against British rule. American leadership, the timely support of international allies, and international respect and recognition played major roles in the struggle for independence. Several documents and engravings held by the National Archives help to illustrate these important factors that led to the founding of the United States.
  • Colonial Williamsburg: Courtship and Marriage
    Until the eighteenth century, arranged marriages were commonplace. Strategic marriages reaffirmed a family’s social position, launched a young man’s political or economic career, and offered the woman economic security. In this jigsaw activity, students work in small groups to examine various aspects of eighteenth-century courtship and marriage, and then compare courting practices, parental influence, the wedding the wedding ceremony, and wedding celebrations with similar present-day customs
  • Colonial Williamsburg: Equipping a Continental Soldier
    On the surface, it defies logic to think that an army of citizen soldiers could successfully win American independence from Great Britain, the eighteenth-century world’s most powerful empire. In this lesson, students learn how the United States formed its first army and established the tradition of the citizen soldier. Then, working in small groups, they “equip” a Continental soldier by answering a series of challenge questions.

  • National Archives: Revolution and the New Nation (1754-1820s)
    Series of lessons and primary sources including: Images of the American Revolution, Constitution Day Workshop Observing Constitution Day, Launching the New U.S. Navy
 

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