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FacingHistory 13h
Dedicated teacher and students preparing for the USHC EOC
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Constituting America 1h
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Edward T. O'Donnell 10h
“I speak as a Republican. I speak as a woman...I speak as an American. I don’t want to see the Republican Party ride to political victory on the four horsemen of calumny— fear, ignorance, bigotry and smear” ― senator Margaret Chase Smith born in 1897
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Daniel P. Redman Dec 13
Replying to @BradleyHS
Yesterday, students at performed poems, songs, or raps about the - today I’m sharing the 10 that have the best audio quality in their recording! Enjoy! Here’s No. 7. Banks betta have my money!
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Jeremy Fry 2h
Celebrating 19 years of marriage (24yr total) to this wonderful woman nickifry and spending 2 days in with these great kids! Love this family! @ Richard…
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Jessica Millien Dec 13
When you can get thirty 11th graders to do the Charleston together= Friday the 13th magic ✨✨
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Mr. Lautzenheiser Dec 13
8th graders designed colonial recruitment posters for the 1754-1755 Virginia militia. Why might colonial subjects want to serve in their local militias?
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Edward T. O'Donnell 8h
“I hoped, by setting a particularly brutal ancient rite in the present…to shock the story's readers with a graphic dramatization of the pointless violence and general inhumanity in their own lives” – writer and author of “The Lottery” Shirley Jackson born in 1916
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt 6h
Replying to @JessicaMDeWitt
That means that all of my comps write-ups, cover ~200 books and articles, are now available on my site here:
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Sam Williams 9h
George Washington passed away 220 years ago today. As our first President, he set the standard for what our leaders ought to be like. An imperfect man; he seemed aware of his own limitations & faults. As we move into the 2020s, I hope our leaders learn this wisdom.
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LingoMetro Dec 13
OTD in 1862, the Battle of Fredericksburg ends with the bloody slaughter of onrushing Union troops at Marye's Heights.
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People Not Property Dec 12
On this day (December 12) in 1843, John Milton Sanders of Guilford County sold a sixteen year old girl to Allen Dees of Stanly County, NC for $400 ($13750 in 2019). Her name was Lucinda.
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Eric G. E. Zuelow 13h
'Dangerous Melodies' Examines Classical Music And American Foreign Relations
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Andrew Dec 13
A unique day in . Al Gore won the popular vote. I was a proud delegate for at the 2000 Democratic Convention. This was a tough day indeed.
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Andrei Berastouski Dec 10
Basic readings in US Democracy (1994) p.277-280, case W.Virginia Board of Education v Barnette (1943) Jus. Jackson explained why Jehovah's witnesses refusal to salute flag is not threat to country. Case became model for understanding freedom of worship in action
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Katie Randall Dec 13
Our two Lincoln’s presenting their campaign speech in our mock 1860 election! Students were able to not only understand but actually experience the nuance of various issues in an election and how politicians appeal to many groups of people!
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David Harms 8h
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Edward T. O'Donnell 3h
“When people keep telling you that you can’t do a thing, you kind of like to try it” ― senator and presidential candidate Margaret Chase Smith born in 1897
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Jose Martinez 7h
Watched the experience interview w/ S.C. Gwynne. Made sure to put a hold on copy of his book(on cd) at the local library. Great interview and highlighted a story I’ve never heard before.
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Edward T. O'Donnell 7h
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