Primary Source Spotlight: Reconstruction
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Primary Source Spotlight: Reconstruction

Civil War & Reconstruction Primary Source Set Reconstruction images Reconstruction sheet music Newspaper articles related to Reconstruction 1865-99 Books and other texts related to Reconstruction Oral histories related to Reconstruction Abolition and Reconstruction map Mapping Occupation – U.S. Army posts during Reconstruction University of Georgia Jim Crow & Segregation primary source set & teachers’ guide…

Primary Source Learning: U.S. Constitution

Primary Source Learning: U.S. Constitution

Congress.gov Constitution Annotated analysis & interpretation of the U.S. Constitution Timely Connections: Constitutional Rights of Students Guided primary source analysis activities The Constitutional Amendment National Anti-Suffrage Association Lessons from the Citizen U Multidisciplinary Civics Lesson Library Find Your Freedom Beyond the Bill of Rights Citizen U Constitutional Rights Foundation Introduction to the Constitution California History-Social…

Today in History: The Bill of Rights

Today in History: The Bill of Rights

Today in History–December 15–the Library of Congress features the Bill of Rights, ratified on this day in 1791. Did you know that, originally, 12 amendments were proposed? The original first amendment dealt with the number of people each congressional district should have and the second with congressional pay; neither was ratified but the latter did become…