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Natalie Rodriguez Aug 20
This Zoom Slidedeck hack is AMAZING! I can see all the students working in real time and check in their breakout rooms to answer questions or help. Lots of collaboration and utilizing the online textbook.
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#FlipTheSenate 2020 🇺🇸 Jul 19
: Nautilus insured more than 500 slaves and paid the claims of 15 who died, according New York Life. “We have made clear through our words & our actions for many years that our predecessor company's involvement with slavery is a stain...”
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Sep 6
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Nick Westerman Sep 5
America in the World: A History of U.S. Diplomacy and Foreign Policy by Robert Zoellick US: UK: AU:
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Billy Linehan #FlattentheCurve Aug 14
Judge Mary O'Toole Great great grand aunt of my daughter, great grand aunt of my wife
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Frank Pinheiro Sep 4
Ss analyze the complex relationship between English colonists & Native Americans in this using Squanto's biography, Wampanoag/Pilgrim treaty, & Metacom's complaints about the English colonists.
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Consolation Prize Sep 8
Are you teaching about the Mexican-American War this year? Consider coming at it from a different angle than usual, by looking at Americans living in the interior of Mexico before the war. Listen to our episode about that topic:
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The Political History of the United States Podcast Aug 24
It is new episode time! This week we watch the tides begin to shift for the colonists in King Philip's war, while Philip struggles to maintain his crucial alliances.
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The Political History of the United States Podcast Sep 7
A new episode is up! This week we wrap up King Philip's war and begin exploring how the war would set the stage for events to come. Plus we see the return of Edmund Andros to our story.
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Self-Evident Truths: Contesting #EqualRights... Sep 16
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The Political History of the United States Podcast Aug 10
Join us this week as we watch the New England colonists do everything in their power to lose King Philip's War, as we move through the campaign of 1675.
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Becky Hernandez 👩🏻‍🏫 Aug 20
Working on this timeline notebook for students to keep track of chronology as we study thematically this year. For each time period they will complete: gist, events, geography, faces, student choice (fashion, music, etc.). Any suggestions?
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Today In History 5h
25 Sept 1789: adopts the Bill of Rights after a contentious debate. It consists of the first ten amendments to the .
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A Mouthful of History Sep 9
On This Day in 1924, after a racist, violent campaign by sugar planters in Hanapēpē, Hawaii to stop Filipino workers from organizing failed, the Hanapēpē Massacre occurred. Police killed 16 of the striking workers.
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Keith Harris Sep 6
Do the right thing and subscribe to The Rogue Historian Podcast...pretty much on any platform.
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A Mouthful of History Aug 28
OTD in 1963, MLK gave his "I Have a Dream" speech to the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. It has since become one of the most iconic speeches of all time.
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Coach LaFollett Sep 13
13 Colonies Hex Activity-Share with anyone for no cost. Let me know if you make it better.
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Ms.Turner Aug 11
Many hours of PD today🤯...but my Schoology has never looked better! 🤗
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Justin Fairfax Aug 22
Honored to be a part of the 1619 African First Landing Day virtual program.
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Self-Evident Truths: Contesting #EqualRights... Aug 25
Book on "The Idea of an " is available as e-book, too. With & costs of ill-informed voters salient, this work by offers context. cc:
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