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states sectionalism sectional issues and economic biases

This activity, complete with rubric, has the students create a travel brochure based on north and south sectionalism.

destiny.  From the early days of the United States, many believed it was the nation's destiny to spread from coast to coast.

Many early US leaders believed it was the nation's destiny to spread from coast to coast. Many believed it was ordained by God to overtake the native population and to "civilize" them.

Manifest Destiny

American History according to 141 Maps

Manifest Destiny tells the story of the United States in 141 maps from the Declaration of Independence to the present. The goal was to over spread the continent and expanding the land for oppertunity

Simple worksheet on the background of the Missouri Compromise with a map of Free and Slave states students must color before answering questions.

Missouri Compromise Map Analysis

This simple worksheet explains the background of the Missouri Compromise, then has students coloring a map of Free and Slave states based on the Compromise's agreements. After completing the map, 8 analysis questions are included for students to answer.

This bundle features Interactive Notebook pages forALL of American History from the early colonies through to the Modern United States! There are over 100 Interactive Notebook pages of graphic organizers, creative foldables, timelines, and more!

Complete American History Interactive Notebook Bundle

This bundle features Interactive Notebook pages forALL of American History from the early colonies through to the Modern United States! There are over 100 Interactive Notebook pages of graphic organizers, creative foldables, timelines, and more!

The Freedmen's Bureau Bill Primary Source Activity, teaches students about the achievements and the failures of the Freedmen’s Bureau during Reconstruction and the its decline under President Johnson. Using common core analysis of two primary source documents, the Freedmen's Bureau Bill and Black Code laws from Louisiana, students get a deep understanding of the conflict between southern states and the federal government. This can be used in class or as homework.

The Freedmen's Bureau Bill Primary Source Activity (Reconstruction)

The Freedmens Bureau rebuilds the USA with new perimeters (new boundaries) + new vision. South has to accept the idea that there will never be slaves again! FB provides: education, food, medical services, +helped them find work.

The Civil War Begins Interactive Notebook, which works for both print and Google Drive™, investigates and helps gain understanding of major battles, events, and important contributions during the Civil War. Geared as a unit in the 5th grade study of United States History.

The Civil War Begins Interactive Notebook

The Civil War Begins Interactive Notebook: A guide to building an interactive notebook for the Civil War from Teachers Pay Teachers

FREE AND WONDERFUL American History Readers Theater   THIS LINK: http://sc45.weebly.com/readers-theatre.html

Starting with cc cycle 3 Free Early US History Resource List by Childress Childress & @ Mom's Mustard Seeds, featured on Free Homeschool Deals!

Kansas Nebraska Act Map Activity - Use this 4 page activity with your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th grade classroom and homeschool students. Students will better understand the Kansas-Nebraska Act. They will label and color a map, answer questions, all while incorporating geography into your lessons. Great for your United States History or social studies lesson. {sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh graders - US History - middle school - high school} $

Kansas Nebraska Act Map Activity - Use this 4 page activity with your or grade classroom and homeschool students. Students will better understand the Kansas-Nebraska Act. They will label and color a map, answer questions, al

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