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Unit 11 Nations and Empires

Chapter 34 The Americas

1800 A.D. - 1875 A.D.


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Day 1
Topic  34-1 The United States                                                 
Objective
Describe the growth of democracy in the United States.
Trace the expansion of the United States during the 1800s.
Analyze the causes of the Civil War.
Identify cultural changes in the United States during the late 1800s and early 1900s.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
16.C.4bUS  Analyze the impact of westward expansion on the United States economy.
 
17.A.2b  Use maps and other geographic representations and instruments to gather information about people, places and environments.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
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Terms to Learn
Urbanization:
growth of cities
Tenements:
buildings made into apartments that are usually rundown
Slums:
areas with large numbers of tenaments
Gadsen Purchase:
1853 added land to US by Arizona and New Mexico to build a railroad

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People to Know
Thomas Jefferson:
Democrat-Republican replaces John Adames a Federalist
Andrew Jackson:
"Old Hickory"
Abraham Lincoln:
president credited with freeing the slaves

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Places to Locate
Alamo Rio Grande Mississippi River

Louisiana Territory

New Orleans Appalachian Mountains
Florida Texas Oregon Territory
Kodiak Island California Alaska


readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 35-1 The United States pp. 545-552
Government
The Westward Movement

Resources

 

Day 2
Topic US Government
Objective
Describe the growth of democracy in the United States.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Stable Government:
gov't that rules from year to year without great changes
Political Parties:
groups with different ideas about government
Federal:
national
Representative Government:
officials are elected by the people
Manifest Destiny:
the USA should stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific
Annexation:
taking over a territory and combining it with an existing country

Presidental Elections: Political Parties  4:47
American Government: The Making of the President  6:05
American Government: Origins of the Three Branches  4:15
American Government: Roots of Federalism  1:44
American Givernment: Judicial Review  2:11
Presidental Election 1800 Adams/Jefferson  1:53
Resources

 

Day 3
Topic Lewis and Clark
Objective
Describe the growth and change in America as related to the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Highlight the contributions these tribes made to the Corps of Discovery’s efforts.
Examine the culture of other Native American tribes existing during the time of the expedition.
Identify and describe the values and practices of Native American tribes with which the Corps of Discovery interacted.
State Goals
16.C.4bUS  Analyze the impact of westward expansion on the United States economy.
 
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Thomas Jefferson:
President who purchased the Lousiana Territory
Napoleon Bonaparte: Emperor of France; authorized the sale of Louisiana to the United States
Willam Clark: co-leader of the "Corps of Discovery"
Meriwether Lewis: leader of the Lewis & Clark expedition
Sacajawea: Shoshone Indian who acted as a guide and interpreter

History of Territorial Expansion of the United States 1763 - Present  3:16
Elbow Room: Schoolhouse Rock  3:00
Louisiana Purchase  1:15  narrated student project
In Praise of Lewis & Clark  7:13  Good Lecture Video
Lewis & Clark Animated  8:13  student narrated claymation project
Max the Mouse: Lewis & Clark  4:50
Destination Unknown: Lewis & Clark on the Columbia River  5:54  Good Lecture video

LEWIS AND CLARK  Encyclopedia Britannica
Lewis and Clark Part 1/2  8:58
Lewis and Clark Part 2/2  7:45

Sacajawea 1:25  student project narrated by Veronica Roth 2008

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Louisiana Purchase: Fast Facts & Questions
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Lewis & Clark and Native Americans  Research Sacajawea, Mandan, Shoshone, Nez Perce

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Do Nevada: Louisiana Purchase  nice unit

Vocabulary
Article
Comprehension Questions
Letter Writing
Vocabulary Quiz

Resources

 

Day 4
Topic Westward Movement
Objective
Identify geographical landforms and features encountered by the pioneers.
Analyze positive and negative aspects of human effects on the environment in the United States including damming rivers, fencing prairies and building cities.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
16.C.4bUS  Analyze the impact of westward expansion on the United States economy.
 
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Westward Expansion: BrainPop  5:14

Oregon Trail  6:14
A Stop Along the Trail  3:56  Charles Kuralt
Santa Fe Trail  2:23 student project narrated
Santa Fe Trail National Scenic Byway  3:41

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Homestaed Act 1868-1874
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Routes of Early Pioneers Into Illinois

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Trails to the Past: The Orgeon Trail

Resources
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Western Movement 12 page unit on trails, routes, and canals

 

 

Day 5
Topic The Alamo
Objective
Understand the effect that the siege of the Alamo had on Texas during the revolution.
Examine the event through nineteenth century accounts along with select writings from Anson Jones and William B. Travis.
Understand the effects that the Battle of the Alamo had on Texas during the Revolution.
Understand what importance the battle of the Alamo had in facilitating the Texan Declaration of Independence.
Use critical-thinking skills to organize and use information.
Communicate in written and oral forms, incorporating main and supporting ideas.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
16.C.4bUS  Analyze the impact of westward expansion on the United States economy.
 
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes. 
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna: President of Mexico; leader of the Mexican Army that defeated the Alamo
Col William Travis: commander of the Alamo
Davey Crockett: Tenessean who fought and died at the Alamo
Jim Bowie: slave dealer, land speculator; famous for the large bladed knife he carried; died at the Alamo
Sam Houston: defeated Santa Anna at San Jancito

You Are There: The Battle of the Alamo  March 5, 1836  3:11
John Wayne Talks About the Alamo  2:15
The Alamo: Triumph and Tradegy in History  3:00  narrates student project
The Alamo: Preserving History  9:59

MARTYRS OF THE ALAMO: THE BIRTH OF TEXAS  1915 silent movie by DW Griffith
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 1  9:55 
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 2  9:33
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 3  8:58
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 4  9:31
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 5  9:14
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 6  9:55
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 7  8:19
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 8  8:01
Martyrs of the Alamo Part 9  8:28

Remember the Alamo Slideshow Use slideshow and worksheet.  Great Lesson!!

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Wars With Mexico

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Remember the Alamo: Student Worksheet

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) The Alamo  39 Page Unit

Resources
star.gif (2279 bytes) 20 Projects for teaching about the Alamo

 

Day 6
Topic Mexican - American War
Objective
Evaluate and discuss various theories about the reasons for the Mexican-American War.
Examine and evaluate the major players in the war from both Mexico and the United States.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
16.C.4bUS  Analyze the impact of westward expansion on the United States economy.
 
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes. 
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
President James K. Polk: President during the Mexican-American War
Jose Joaquin Herrera
John Slidell: attempted to purchase Alta from Mexico
William Marcy
Mariano Paredes
Winfield Scott: General of the American forces that invaded Mexico
Mariano Arista: General in Santa Anna's army
Zachary Taylor: General duringthe Mexican American War
Gabriel Valencia
Nicolas Trist: negotiated the Treaty of Guasalupe Hidalgo
Manuel de la Peña y Peña: president of Mexico after the war
Henry Clay
Valentin Gomez Farias
Robert E. Lee: scout in Gen Winfield Scott's army
Ulysses S. Grant: Lt in artillery

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo  2:52   rap song, pretty good

Time Line of the Mexican American War  3:23  

Taking a Stand at Palo Alto  9:59  May 8, 1846

THE MEXICAN AMERICAN WAR
The Mexican American War Part 1  9:22
The Mexican American War Part 2  9:48
The Mexican American War Part 3  9:19
The Mexican American War Part 4  9:36
The Mexican American War Part 5  9:35
The Mexican American War Part 6  9:53

THE SAN PATRICIOS DOCUMENTARY
The San Patricios Part 1/6  9:30
The San Patricios Part 2/6  9:30
The San Patricios Part 3/6  9:30
The San Patricios Part 4/6  9:30
The San Patricios Part 5/6  8:00
The San Patricios Part 6/6  2:25

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Wars With Mexico

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) The Mexican - American War
Geography of the southwest
Order of events in the war
United States’ reasons for the War
Mexican reasons for the war
Major battles of the war
Political motivations
The end of the war

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Manifest Destiny Time Line

Resources

 

Day 7
Topic Slavery
Objective
Interpret primary source documents.
Analyze images associated with John Brown’s Raid.
Identify and describe the events related to John Brown’s Raid.
Explain the roles of various individuals, groups, and movements in the social conflicts leading to the Civil War.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.D.3 W  Identify the origins and analyze consequences of events that have shaped world social history including famines, migrations, plagues, slave trading.
Classwork-Homework
Daily Language: William Lloyd Garrison

Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
John Brown: led raid on Haroper's Ferry
Harriet Tubman: a "conductor" on the Underground Railroad
Frederick Douglas: escaped slave who spoke against against slavery
William Still: "Father of the Underground Railroad"

Slavery and the Economy  4:47

HISTORY OF SLAVERY
History of Slavery Part 1  9:54
History of Slavery Part 2  9:54
History of Slavery Part 3  8:44

The Ways Slave Coped  4:09

John Brown and Harper's Ferry 1859  3:49
John Brown  9:56  narrated

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Slavery and the Underground Railroad

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) The Life and Legacy of John Brown

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Day 8
Topic Frederick Douglas and the Underground Railroad
Objective
Explain the roles of various individuals, groups, and movements in the social conflicts leading to the Civil War.
Identify the major routes of the Underground Railroad, safe houses, and major figures in the Underground Railroad operations.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.D.3 W  Identify the origins and analyze consequences of events that have shaped world social history including famines, migrations, plagues, slave trading.
Classwork-Homework
Gerund and Gerund Phrases: The Underground Railroad

Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Conductors: guided slaves on the route North
Underground Railroad: a large group of people who helped slaves to freedom
Fugitive Slave Law 1850: made it illegal to help runaway slaves

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Places to Locate
Ohio River: river that divided the slave states from the free states

The Underground Railroad: A Journey to Freedom  2:27

FREDERICK DOUGLAS AND THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
Frederick Douglas and the Underground  Railroad Part 1 of 6  3:54 Frederick Douglas Landing
Frederick Douglas and the Underground  Railroad Part 2 of 6  2:23 Theodore Wright's Lodging
Frederick Douglas and the Underground  Railroad Part 3 of 6  3:54 Dave Ruggle's Lodgings
Frederick Douglas and the Underground  Railroad Part 4 of 6  2:02 A.M.E. Zion Church
Frederick Douglas and the Underground  Railroad Part 5 of 6  2:23 Five Points
Frederick Douglas and the Underground  Railroad Part 6 of 6  3:37 Broadway Tabernacle

Willian Still and the Underground Railroad in Philadelphia  5:23

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Story of the Underground Railroad time line

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Slavery and the Underground Railroad

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Resources
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Underground Railroad Sites in Illinois page 5-7 has a list of Illinois locations

 

Day 9
Topic  Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad
Objective
Explain the roles of various individuals, groups, and movements in the social conflicts leading to the Civil War.
Analyze the contributions of the historical figure Harriet Tubman.
Identify the major routes of the Underground Railroad, safe houses, and major figures in the Underground Railroad operations.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.D.3 W  Identify the origins and analyze consequences of events that have shaped world social history including famines, migrations, plagues, slave trading.
Classwork-Homework
Edit Every Day: Harrirt Tubman

HARRIET TUBMAN animated 
Harriet Tubman Part 1   3:47   Dorchester County, Maryland  1849
Harriet Tubman Part 2   2:51
Harriet Tubman Part 3   2:49
Harriet Tubman Part 4   4:39  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Harriet Tubman Part 5   4:21
Harriet Tubman Part 6   5:42

Harriet Tubman  8:22

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Follow the Drinking Gourd

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Slavery and the Underground Railroad

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Famous Abolitionists
Vocabulary
Article
Comprehension Questions
Let's Talk About It
Famous People
Find the Fib
Vocabulary Quiz

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Rights and Responsibilities: Are You Breaking the Law?

Resources

 

Day 10
Topic Civil War: Causes
Objective
Describe the cultural, economic, and constitutional issues that divided the nation.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Everyday Edit: Uncle Tom's Cabin

Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Confederacy: the states that seceded
Union: the states that stayed in the Union
Blue: Union troops
Gray: Confederate troops
Abolitionist: person against slavery
Emancipation: freeing
Slavery: owning people against their will
Plantations: southern farms designed to grow cotton
Ship yards: where ships were built, near the water
Assasination: killing of a public person
Johnny Reb: nickname of a Confederate soldier
Billy Yank: nickname of a Union soldier
 

Causes of the Civil War  9:27  narrated student project
Causes of the American Civil War  2:21  music only
Civil War Map  4:44

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Events Leading to the Civil War

readme.gif (1442 bytes) The Civil War

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) atlas.gif (1202 bytes)Slave State/Non-Slave State Map     atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Civil War Blank Map

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Civil War Causes Worksheets

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) A Nation Divided
Civil War K-W-L-H
Vocabulary
Article
Comprehension Questions
Letter Writing
Vocabulary Quiz

Resources

 

Day 11-13
Topic Civil War: Battles
Objective
Identify why a soldier joined the regiment.
Learn where two battles were fought.
Learn about two men in the 28
th USCT Infantry Regiment.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
BULL RUN     21 July 1861
1st Battle of Bull Run/1st Manassas  1:17  Conferderate troops brought by train
1st Battle of Bull Run/1st Manassas  10:09  from Gods and Generals


MONITOR AND MERRIMAC     8-9 March 1862

Monitor vs. Merrimac  8:02
US Monitor Museum  1:04


SHILOH     6-7 April 1862

Civil War: The Battle of Shiloh  5:19  narrated
Shiloh Battlefield  7:02


2nd BATTLE OF BULL RUN/2nd MANASSAS     29-30 August 1862

2nd Battle of Bull Run/ 2nd Manassas  2:04


ANTIETAM    17 September 1862

Battle of Antietam  6:58  from tv miniseries North and South
Opening Battle Antietam  8:06 from movie Glory
Antietam Then and Now  2:00
Battle of Antietam Creek  4:47

ANTIETAM: A WATERSHED OF BLOOD
Antietam: A Watershed of Blood Part 1 of 7  6:45
Antietam: A Watershed of Blood Part 2 of 7  5:47
Antietam: A Watershed of Blood Part 3 of 7  6:10
Antietam: A Watershed of Blood Part 4 of 7  6:20  Build up to Antietam
Antietam: A Watershed of Blood Part 5 of 7  5:26  Battle of Antietam
Antietam: A Watershed of Blood Part 6 of 7  6:20
Antietam: A Watershed of Blood Part 7 of 7  5:40


FREDERICKSBURG  13 December 1862
Confederate Plan for Fredericksburg  6:57

THE BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG
The Battle of Fredericksburg Part 1: The Evacuation  8:22
The Battle of Fredericksburg Part 2: Hail Caesar!  4:54
The Battle of Fredericksburg Part 3: The Irish Brigade  8:46
The Battle of Fredericksburg Part 4: Caldwell's Brigade  6:00
The Battle of Fredericksburg Part 5: The 20th Maine  8:09
The Battle of Fredericksburg Part 6: Aftermath  7:47
 

CHANCELLORSVILLE    1-4 May 1863
Battle of Chancellorsville  10:26
 

GETTYSBURG   1-3 July 1863
Gettysburg: Morning of July 2nd The Briefing  4:03

THE BATTLE OF LITTLE ROUND TOP    July 2 about 4:00 PM
The Battle of Little Round Top  1 of 4  7:09
The Battle of Little Round Top  2 of 4  8:32
The Battle of Little Round Top  3 of 4  7:15
The Battle of Little Round Top  4 of 4  9:21

Council of War at Gettysburg  2:45  July 2 evening

Gettysburg: Pickett's Charge: The Plan  6:00  July 3

PICKETT'S CHARGE
Pickett's Charge Part 1 The Bombardment  9:46
Pickett's Charge Part 2 The March  10:53
Pickett's Charge Part 3 The Battle  9:33
Pickett's Charge Part 4 The High Water Mark  7:35
Pickett's Charge Part 5 The Aftermath  6:34


CHICKAMAUGA   19-20 September 1863

Barren Victory II: THe Battle for Chickamauga  7:24

BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA: Documentary
Battle of Chickamauga #1  3:34
Battle of Chickamauga #2  4:17
Battle of Chickamauga #3  3:40


CHATTANOOGA     23-25 November 1863

The Battle of Chattanooga  3:02


COLD HARBOR   1-3 June 1864

COLD HARBOR FEDERAL
Cold Harbor Federal 1  2:55
Cold Harbor Federal 2  3:35

Battle of Cold Harbor  1:34
The Haunting of the Cold Harbor Battlefield  4:49


SIEGE OF PETERSBURG

Siege of Petersburg: The Battle of the Crater

Battle of the Crater: The Tunnel  4:42


SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA  15 November - 21 December 1864

Sherman's March to the Sea  1:17

readme.gif (1442 bytes) The Civil War
 

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Civil War Causes and Battles

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) To Be a Black Soldier  use choose a character a make decisions

Resources

 

Day 14
Topic Civil War: People
Objective
Identify key people in the Civil War and explain their contributions to the war
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Abraham Lincoln: 16th president
Robert E. Lee: commander of the Confederate forces
Ulysses S. Grant: final commander of the Union army
John Wilkes Booth: assasinated President Lincoln
Mary Todd: wife of Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis: president of the Confederacy
Clara Barton: "Angel of the Battlefield; founder of the American Red Cross

People of the Civil War   ppt

Ulysses S Grant and Robert E Lee  9:10  narrated
William T Sherman 3:12  all music

readme.gif (1442 bytes) The Civil War

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Who's Who in the Civil War?
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Clara Barton: American Red Cross Founder  3 page article and 10 long answer questions

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Day 15
Topic  Abraham Lincoln
Objective
Identify key people in the Civil War and explain their contributions to the war
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Edit Everyday: Abraham Lincoln

ABRAHAM LINCOLN animated
Abraham Lincoln Part 1  2:32  Springfield, Illinois  Februry 1861
Abraham Lincoln Part 2  2:18
Abraham Lincoln Part 3  2:32
Abraham Lincoln Part 4  1:46
Abraham Lincoln Part 5  3:38
Abraham Lincoln Part 6  3:41
Abraham Lincoln Part 7  3:06
Abraham Lincoln Part 8  2:19
Abraham Lincoln Part 9  1:48
Abraham Lincoln Part 10  2:31

Lincoln - Douglas Debate: The Question of Slavery  6:40 
The Assaination of Abraham Lincoln  5:56

readme.gif (1442 bytes) The Civil War

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Lincoln Biography

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Abraham Lincoln: Reading Comprehension

Computer.gif (1114 bytes) The Illustrated Gettsyburg Address  Use worksheet and images to create a powerpoint

star.gif (2279 bytes) Abraham Lincoln Crossword Puzzle

Resources
My Name is Abraham Lincon: To Tell the Truth  game show play

 

Day 16
Topic Civil War: Reconstruction
Objective
Learn about the problems facing the South after the Civil War.
Critique the various plans for rebuilding the South.
Understand the varying viewpoints of individuals and groups concerning the effects of war.
Learn about the legislature passed during the Reconstruction.
Understand what brought Reconstruction to an end.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Carpetbaggers: Northerners that came South with suitcases made from carpets t make money
 
  Appomattox and Beyond

Reconstruction: An Overview  2:36
Freedman's Bureau  1:24  narrated student project
Southern Reconstruction 1865-1877  instructor's lecture
Reconstruction and the New South  1:16  animated
Carpetbagging Yankees  2:32  animated
End of Reconstruction  6:07
Race Relations Post Reconstruction  4:04
After Slavery: Segregation  4:58
Jim Crowe Museum Documentary  9:12  narrated

readme.gif (1442 bytes) The Civil War

Resources

 

Day 17
Topic Native American Population
Objective
Graph population data.
Answer questions and make aumptions about Native American population.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
The Native Americans  2:00  narrated
The Great Native American Civilizations  2:03  narrated

500 NATIONS: THE REMOVAL OF SOUTHEAST NATIVE AMERICANS
500 Nations: Removal of Southeast Native Americans Part 1  7:09
500 Nations: Removal of Southeast Native Americans Part 2  7:09
500 Nations: Removal of Southeast Native Americans Part 3  6:53

Native Americans Apache  2:19
Apache Indian Resistance Geronimo  5:53 Narrated

WOUNDED KNEE
Wounded Knee Part 1 of 2  5:14
Wounded Knee Part 2 of 2  5:47

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Early American Indians and Their Culture  page 4-5

Native American Population Graph and Questions

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Graph Information & Questions
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Graph

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Day 18
Topic
Objective
State Goals
Classwork-Homework
Resources

 

Day 19
Topic 34-2 Latin America
Objective
Discuss how colonies in Latin America won independence.
Examine the types of governments they developed.      
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.

17.A.2b  Use maps and other geographic representations and instruments to gather information about people, places and environments.
Classwork-Homework
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Terms to Learn
Junta
: political committee formed to take over a government
Caudillo: a strong man who rise to power

 Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Toussaint-L'Ouverture: slave, became free, led revolut, became governor
Hildago: led the Native American revoult against Spanish rule; executed
Simon Bolivar: freed parts of South and Central America from Spanish rule
San Martin: freed Chile from Spanish rule
Santa Anna: dictator of Mexico who ruled by military force
Benito Juarez: first Native American to rule Mexico


atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Places to Locate

St. Domingue (Haiiti) Hispaniola French West Indies

South America

Mexico Central America
Brazil    

 atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Atlas of World History

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Atlas of World History pp. 100-101

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Independence in the Americas

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 34-2 Latin America pp. 552-558
The First Revolt
Revolution Spreads
Mexico, Central America, and Brazil
Rule by Caudillos

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Day Computer Lab
Topic  
Objective
State Goals
Classwork-Homework
Computer.bmp (3254 bytes) Go West: Interactive Journey With Lewis & Clark
Computer.bmp (3254 bytes) Battle of Little Big Horn   Interactive storyboard
Computer.bmp (3254 bytes) How Accurate is the Native American Stereotype?
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ARCHITECTURE
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Architecture: It's All Around You  Montana architecture history
CIVIL WAR
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Civil War Project Book (blank)
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Confederate Money  From the 1780s to the late 1860s the paper money in circulation was truly diverse. Over 1,600 different banks issued more than 30,000 varieties of notes
HAIITIAN REVOLUTION
 Note02.gif (247 bytes) Tobias Lear to Madison  Letter from Lear to President Madison describing his meeting with Toussaint as the new counsul to Saint Dominque replacing Edward Stevens
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Douglas Egerton on the Haiitian Revolution
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Jules Scott on John Brown Russworm and the Haiitian Revolution  Russworm was the second African to graduate from a United States College (Bowdoin).
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Revenge Taken by Black Army After the inhumane treatment of black prisoners Dessalines executes French soldiers on the gibbet
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Haitian Revolution Slave uprisings in the Carribean on Saint Domingue in 1794-1804
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Toussaint-L'Ouverture Leader of the Saint Domingue revolution
LEWIS and CLARK
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Lewis and Clark Report page 19-2  Appendix D
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) The Lincoln Assasination: The Bigger Picture
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Lincoln Writing Paper
MANIFEST DESTINY
 BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Manifest Destiny Aboard the Tall Ship American Pride
NATIVE AMERICANS
 Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Indian Leader Report
 BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Plains and Western Indians After Lewis and Clark  use primary sources to learn about Native Americans
 BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) The Ghost Dance: Indian Removal After the War  63 pages
 crayon0a.gif (328 bytes) Various Syles of Indian Houses   Iroquois Longhouse, Tipi, NW Cedar House
 Note02.gif (247 bytes) Hostile Actions 1954-1891 at Fort Davis, Texas
 Note02.gif (247 bytes) State Names With Indian Meanings
 Computer.bmp (3254 bytes) Battle of Little Big Horn   Interactive storyboard
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) American Indian History: From Prehistory to the Nineteenth Century
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Biographies of the West
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Index of North American Indian Tribes
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Native Americans: Special Homes  Wickiup, Navajo Hogan,  Tipi, Iriquois Longhouse, Seminole Chickee, Anazii Pueblo Ruins,
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) North American Indian Tribes  List
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) North American Indian Tribes pictures projects
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Plains Indians
 Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Totem Poles
WASHINGTON
 Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Mr President, Who will you choose?  You become President George Washington and choose your first cabinet.
WESTWARD EXPANSION
 Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Frontier Math from Life on the Trail  pages 3-4
 BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) A Tail of Two Trails   Oregon Trail and the Sante Fe Trail
 BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Westward Expansion  61 page Unit
 BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Westward Ho! Information from pictures, 1848 Trail Diary, Trip Across the Plains-1864
 BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Westward We Go!   21 page lesson plan.  Kids plan a trip.
 bookpages.gif (1592 bytes) Trails Plowed Under: A View of Montana History  pages 33-42
 Note02.gif (247 bytes) Day on the Trail  page 14

 

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