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19th Amendment

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19th Amendment

Students will use evidence from the documents to compare and contrast the National Woman's Party & the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

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Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois

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Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois

Students will analyze a secondary source (poem) and three primary sources (Souls of Black Folks, Talented Tenth, and the Atlanta Compromise).  This will help them understand the responses of Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois to the Jim Crow era and Gilded Age.  

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Causes and Effects of Industrialization (1870 - 1910)

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Causes and Effects of Industrialization (1870 - 1910)

Students will examine the various causes and effects of industrialization between 1870 - 1910 through group work. 

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DBQ: Women's Suffrage

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DBQ: Women's Suffrage

Students will analyze various documents from the women's rights movement and analyze arguments for and against women's suffrage.

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Gilded Age Graphs

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Gilded Age Graphs

Students will examine graphs detailing various aspects of the Gilded Age to make claims about changes in American population and economy.  

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Gilded Age Graphs - Differentiated Version

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Gilded Age Graphs - Differentiated Version

Differentiated version of Gilded Age Graphs Curricular Resource 

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Graphic Organizer: Industrialization

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Graphic Organizer: Industrialization

Students will study how technology, natural resources, and transportation fueled the post-civil war industrial revolution by completing a graphic organizer and responding to a prompt.   

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How the Other Half Lives

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How the Other Half Lives

Students will analyze the historical context of the gilded age in order to study an important progressive era movement - muckraking journalism.  Students will read excerpts and review images from Jacob Riis's How the Other Half Lives. 

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Immigration and Urbanization

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Immigration and Urbanization

Students will examine primary and secondary source documents to analyze the cause and effect relationship between immigration and urbanization in the gilded age.  

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Immigration: Arriving in America

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Immigration: Arriving in America

Students will compare and contrast a primary (photograph) and secondary (poem) source to evaluate immigrant experiences upon arrival in America during the gilded age.  

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Impact of Railroads

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Impact of Railroads

Students will compare and contrast three maps to analyze the impact of railroads on the United States after the Civil War.  

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Labor Movement in the Gilded Age

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Labor Movement in the Gilded Age

Analysis: Students will compare and contrast  the Haymarket Riot, the Homestead Strike, the Pullman Strike, and the Ludlow Massacre.  

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