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Teaching With Documents: Lesson Plans

organizes primary documents into key periods of U.S. history: the Revolution, expansion and reform, the Civil War and Reconstruction, industrialization, the emergence of modern America, the Great Depression and World War II, postwar U.S., and contemporary U.S. It includes worksheets for analyzing various kinds of primary documents: written texts, artifacts, cartoons, maps, photos, posters, and recordings. (National Archives and Records Administration)

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Photograph of Paul Robeson Leading Moore Shipyard Workers in Singing the Star Spangled Banner. Oakland, CA, September 1942

Paul Robeson and Moore shipyard workers


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