Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Lion-Tamer, Roosevelt and Trusts (political cartoon with analysis questions)

 Lion tame roosevelt trustbuster Attachment contains political cartoon with analysis questions. Advertisements

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U.S. Imperialism, “Well, I Hardly Know Which To Take First!” (political cartoon with analysisi questions)

American Imperialism Political Cartoon Analysis Attachment contains a political cartoon with analysis questions.

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Antebellum Reform, Abolitionist & Women’s Movements (powerpoint)

     Abolition and Women’s Reform Movement The attached powerpoint provides a brief description of the Antebellum Reform Era of the Abolitionist and Women’s Movement of the mid-19th century.

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Dorothea Dix speaks out on behalf of the Insane (1848) primary source document with guided question

Dorothea Dix Speaks on behalf of the Insane Antebellum reformer Dorothea Dix addresses the Massachusetts legislature about the poor conditions  and treatment of the mentally ill in 1848. Primary source document with a guided question.

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