American History Era 5: Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)

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 census data, examine regional changes in industry and agriculture from 1860 to Explore the impact of the Civil War and abolition on the states with this interactive from American Experience: "Reconstruction - The Second Civil War. Teaching Us History, Teaching American History, Teaching Social Studies, History Education, History Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Tools, American Revolutionary War, American Civil War

American Experience | Reconstruction: The Second Civil War

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Reconstruction Introduction Activity having students grade the different plans History Lesson Plans, Study History, History Education, History Teachers, 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Teaching American History, Teaching History, Civil War Activities

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Reconstruction Report Card (Lesson Presentation)

The Civil War and Reconstruction Instructional Plan resources (Lesson Presentation) Teaching History, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, High School History, Us History, American Civil War, American History, 3rd Grade Social Studies, Essential Questions

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The Civil War and Reconstruction Instructional Plan resources (Lesson Presentation)

This drawing is a depiction of the execution of the 38 Native Americans who were hung in a mass hanging in 1862 in Mankato, Minn. (Drawing by W. Childs from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper Native American Literature, Native American Genocide, Native American History, Native Americans, Spiritual Beliefs, World View, First Nations, Historical Sites, Paris Skyline

The Dakota Conflict Trials of 1862

A collection of primary documents, essays, maps, images and other materials relating to the Dakota Conflict trials.

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National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center opened in August 2004 on the banks of the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Our purpose is to tell the story of the struggle for freedom in the United States through exhibits and programs that focus on America's battle to rid itself of the ugly scourge of slavery and treat all its citizens with respect and dignity.

Letters Home from an Iowa Soldier in the American Civil War American Civil War, American History, Robert Scott, School Daze, Social Studies, Iowa, The Neighbourhood, Soldiers, Image

Letters Home from an Iowa Soldier in the American Civil War

These letters are part of a collection written by Newton Robert Scott, Private, Company A, of the 36th Infantry, Iowa Volunteers, during the American Civil War. Most of the letters were written to Scott's neighborhood friend Hannah Cone, in their home town of Albia, Monroe County, Iowa, over the three year period that he served as Company A's clerk.

US Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel, Colorado Springs, CO. It is awesome! Us Air Force, Bungalows, Online Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Modern Architecture, Church Architecture, Religious Architecture, Amazing Buildings, Air Force Academy

Teaching with Historic Places--Lesson Plans

Teaching with Historic Places offers a series of more than 140 classroom-ready lesson plans that use historic sites as a means for exploring American history. Educators and their students can work through these online lesson plans directly on the computer or print them out and photocopy them for distribution.

The Freedmen's Bureau (Lesson Presentation) American History, Freedom, Commercial, Presentation, Politics, War, Learning, Liberty, Political Freedom

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The Freedmen's Bureau (Lesson Presentation)

The Republican Economic Plan: The Transcontinental Railroads and Reconstruction (Content Presentation) Social Studies, American History, Presentation, Content, War, How To Plan, Us History, Sociology, Social Science

The Republican Economic Plan: The Transcontinental Railroads and Reconstruction (Content Presentation)

Era Civil War and Reconstruction Website contains an index of Standards, Presentation Links, Curriculum Links, as well as other Links and Resources for this Era. Jefferson Davis, United States Map, American History, Vintage World Maps, Old Things, War, Summary, Pavilion, Curriculum

Era 5: Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)--MCHCE Website contains an index of Standards, Presentation Links, Curriculum Links, as well as other Links and Resources for this Era.

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Bateman's National Picture: Reconstruction Explanation

It wasn't until 1862 that the Union Army made strict rules about uniforms. Uniform coats and jackets were made of dark blue material. Pants were also dark blue.     When the Civil War started in 1861, the Confederate Army did not have one style of uniform for all soldiers.  By the end of the war, they followed Alabama's style.  Soldiers wore short gray tunics with green trim. Pants were light blue for enlisted men and dark blue for high-ranking officers. Dark Blue, Light Blue, Union Army, American History, Military Uniforms, Soldiers, Coat, School Stuff, Tunics

It wasn't until 1862 that the Union Army made strict rules about uniforms. Uniform coats and jackets were made of dark blue material. Pants were also dark blue. When the Civil War started in 1861, the Confederate Army did not have one style of uniform for all soldiers. By the end of the war, they followed Alabama's style. Soldiers wore short gray tunics with green trim. Pants were light blue for enlisted men and dark blue for high-ranking officers.

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Charles Berry Senior was born in England in 1845, and moved to the United States, near Rock Falls, Iowa, when he was 12 years old. At the age of 19, he enlisted in the Seventh Iowa Infantry, at Plymouth, Iowa, in February of 1864. Charles remained in service for a year and a half, participating in General Sherman's four month campaign against Atlanta in the summer of 1864.

1865-1876: American History Resource Center gives Documents, Additional Online Readings, Maps, Images, Simulations, Timelines, Links, and Document Exercises. Ap Us History, American History, Gilded Age, Sociology, Social Studies, Wwii, School Stuff, School Ideas, Revolution

1865-1876: American History Resource Center gives Documents, Additional Online Readings, Maps, Images, Simulations, Timelines, Links, and Document Exercises.

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