Here is a poster printed from 1935-1943. This was done by the Works Progress Administration. This was an agency mentioned during this class as part of the New Deal. There were many of these posters for quite a few of the other programs as well.
This site covers the history of ancient civilizations for students in primary or secondary schools. Ancient history of the early four ancient civilizations: Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient China, and Ancient India in basic and simple language.
The cockade was arguably one of the most popular fashion accessories for any revolutionary. This attachment always consisted of red, blue, and white, and in 1794, was mandatory for dress. The white represented the Bourbon Aristocracy, red represented the bloodshed of the French people, and the blue represented France.
With American troops returning and America wanting to put the War and Europe behind them, President Harding promise a return to normalcy and isolationism. America First is Harding promise to America and its problems or progress over the problems of Europe.
Warren G. Harding campaign poster. From OhioPix, a product of the Ohio History Connection
This pro-revolutionary waistcoat, riddled with slogans, was worn from 1789-1794, and was common among men. The waistcoat (sleeveless) allowed for men to cool down from the heat while not looking undressed. During the revolution, the French colors were always worn, so this red, white, and blue waistcoat was popular for the time.
Sans-colottes: counterrevolutionists set themselves apart from the shabby "trouser brigade". You can see this woman has on her patriotic striped pants with a tri colored cockade in her hat. This style of dress is iconic of the French Revolution.
This could be a great idea for a middle school program!!! Cell phone for your book character. This is an authentic activity that students would relate to. They can do this about a character in their book.
LOUISIANA - Cell Phones from the past (NEW & Improved)