Teaching American History Project: Cold War & Civil Rights Era
Analyzing Political Cartoons of the McCarthy Era
Civil Rights – Historical Perspectives
Rights Methodology: MLK vs. Carmichael
Cold War - Anti Communism
Cold War Document Analysis and DBQ Essay
The Cold War: Period of Prosperity or Danger?
Cold War Review
Connecticut's Reaction to Martin Luther King's Assassination
Dealing with Discrimination
Evolving Views of Minority
Rights in the U.S.
Hollywood v. HUAC
Introductory Lesson on
and the Civil Rights Movement
Jim Crow Laws and the Constitution
Grades 8-12 - Bobby Skarvelas
Korean War from a Soldier’s Point of View
and Culture of the 1950s
The Little Rock Nine Crisis
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream Speech"
The Political Cartoons of Herb Block
Minorities in Mainstream American Society
Montgomery Bus Boycott – Whose Side Are You On?
Music: The Nation's Voice (1960s)
Playing With History - By Any Means Necessary
A Report Card on Present Day America Using Eisenhower's Farewell Address
Senator McCarthy's Speech
Television's Defining Moment - The Election of
View from the Other Side: East and West Berliners Tell Their Stories
Voting Rights, The 15th Amendment and Literacy Tests: Pass?
Who Was Responsible for the Start of the Cold War