Native Americans were the first enslaved people in North America. Many aboriginal societies had practiced different forms of slavery for thousands of years before they had ever seen EuropeansNative Americans were the first enslaved people in North America. Many aboriginal societies had practiced different forms of slavery for thousands of years before they had ever seen Europeans
Civil War. By that point, more than 4 million African-American slaves lived in the United States. Although their communities thrived and multiplied
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They said they wanted to be doing something real, not just sitting around. They said teachers didn't seem to know much about their subjects and clearly weren't interested in learning more. And the kids were right
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Choice of QuestionsChoice of Questions
History Standard 3 anticipates that students will understand how a historian’s “choice of questions” may effect his or her conclusions. Below are a series of questions that may be asked of various topics in American history
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John Taylor Gatto is a former New York State and New York City Teacher of the Year and the author, most recently, of The Underground History of American Education
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Background for the TeacherBackground for the Teacher
In April 1917, the United States faced a difficult decision: remain neutral in the Great War or join the Allies in
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Israeli-Palestinian Peace – What’s Iraq got to do with it? South Bay jvp –Feb. 27, 2003Israeli-Palestinian Peace – What’s Iraq got to do with it? South Bay jvp –Feb. 27, 2003
Yasir Arafat. Under the guise of combating terror Israel has, with no significant criticism from the us, expanded its settlement activities in the West Bank, making a resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict even more difficult
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The Labour Movement in British Columbia 1840–1914The Labour Movement in British Columbia 1840–1914
Those early employees of the hbc did not form unions, but they did attempt to improve their working and living conditions by refusing to obey orders and even going on strike
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Historical Context: “…The slave-based tobacco economy that sustained the Chesapeake region was in deep crisis in the late-18Historical Context: “…The slave-based tobacco economy that sustained the Chesapeake region was in deep crisis in the late-18
Chesapeake region was in deep crisis in the late-18th century and some Virginia leaders even talked about ending slavery. But technological innovations to process cotton soon gave new life to slavery
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