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Civil War Tour MP3 Set

Civil War Tour MP3 Set

Rise of the Confederacy - DVD Series Trailer

Rise of the Confederacy - DVD Series Trailer

U.S. Civil War Casualties Statistics – Deaths Comparison of Battles #battles #history #civilwar

U.S. Civil War Casualties Statistics – Deaths Comparison of Battles #battles #history #civilwar

Modern Fascism: Liquidating the Judeo-Christian Worldview (Concordia Scholarship Today): Jr. Gene Edward Veith: 9780570046035: Amazon.com: Books

Modern Fascism: Liquidating the Judeo-Christian Worldview (Concordia Scholarship Today): Jr. Gene Edward Veith: 9780570046035: Amazon.com: Books

History tends to judge our past leaders as extremes: Abraham Lincoln was an American hero! Benedict Arnold was a traitor! As teachers, it’s tempting at times to present a world as black and white to our students: good or evil, friend or foe, hero or villain. Use this Benjamin Franklin mini-poster to help students take off the rose-colored glasses and see beyond the established historical narratives and into the real world of gray. ©2016. 11 x 17 inches. Cardstock.

History tends to judge our past leaders as extremes: Abraham Lincoln was an American hero! Benedict Arnold was a traitor! As teachers, it’s tempting at times to present a world as black and white to our students: good or evil, friend or foe, hero or villain. Use this Benjamin Franklin mini-poster to help students take off the rose-colored glasses and see beyond the established historical narratives and into the real world of gray. ©2016. 11 x 17 inches. Cardstock.

History tends to judge our past leaders as extremes: Abraham Lincoln was an American hero! Benedict Arnold was a traitor! As teachers, it’s tempting at times to present a world as black and white to our students: good or evil, friend or foe, hero or villain. Use this Robert E. Lee mini-poster to help students take off the rose-colored glasses and see beyond the established historical narratives and into the real world of gray. ©2016. 11 x 17 inches. Cardstock.

History tends to judge our past leaders as extremes: Abraham Lincoln was an American hero! Benedict Arnold was a traitor! As teachers, it’s tempting at times to present a world as black and white to our students: good or evil, friend or foe, hero or villain. Use this Robert E. Lee mini-poster to help students take off the rose-colored glasses and see beyond the established historical narratives and into the real world of gray. ©2016. 11 x 17 inches. Cardstock.

Loving our Civil War Cooking!

Loving our Civil War Cooking!

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