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Military Lines of Control, Europe: June, 1941 to February 1945. Can be used in conjunction with the curriculum unit: American Diplomacy in World War II
An interactive map showing the shifting territorial gains, losses, and shifting alliances from June 1941 to February 1945. For use in conjunction with the curriculum unit: American Diplomacy in World War II
An interactive timeline of Lincoln's most famous speeches. Accompanies the curriculum unit: Abraham Lincoln on the American Union: "A Word Fitly Spoken"
Interactive map of the campaigns of the American Revolution in the northern colonies. Accompanies curriculum unit: The American War for Independence
An online chart on the Aliens and Seditions act for students to fill out in conjunction with the curriculum unit: The Sedition Act: Certain Crimes Against the United States.
An interactive political and demographic map of the U.S. in 1854 that allows users to se the economic, demographic, and political makeup of regions and states at the time. The Kansas–Nebraska Act of 1854: Popular sovereignty allowed the settlers of a federal territory to decide the slavery question without interference from Congress.