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Slave narratives are a unique American literary genre in which former slaves tell about their lives in slavery and how they acquired their freedom. Henry “Box” Brown escaped from slavery by having himself shipped in a crate (hence, the nickname “Box”) from Richmond, Virginia, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1849.
In this assignment students will use the interactive archives at the EDSITEment reviewed website the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to provide them with evidence that the impulse to resist remained alive during the Holocaust. You can access the museum's collections, including the archive, here. Students can use the online note-taker and outline tool to record their findings. Ask students to complete the following task:
Map of the World War II Pacific Theater. Use in conjunction with the curriculum unit: American Diplomacy in World War II
This student interactive zoomable map from EDSITEment shows students the locations of major event that took place during WWII in Europe.
This interactive asks the student questions to compare and contrast two literary works: The Heart of Darkness and Things Fall Apart.