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Tools for Teaching the History of Civil Rights in Milwaukee and the Nation (Spiral bound)

Tools for Teaching the History of Civil Rights in Milwaukee and the Nation By Michael Edmonds (Editor) Cover Image
By Michael Edmonds (Editor)
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This powerful, user-friendly curriculum is designed to help teach middle and high school students the history of the Civil Rights Movement in Milwaukee and the South. Each of its twenty lessons includes background information, facsimiles of historical documents, classroom activities and thoughtful questions designed to spark critical thinking. Students will learn to connect their lives today with the people who worked 50 years ago to make the United States honor the promises of the Founding Fathers.

About the Author

Michael Edmonds is Deputy Director of the Library–Archives at the Wisconsin Historical Society and curator of its online collection about Freedom Summer. A 1976 graduate of Harvard University, he earned an MS degree at Simmons College in 1979 and taught part-time at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The author of several articles and books, Edmonds has won national awards from the American Folklore Society and the American Association for State and Local History.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780870207549
ISBN-10: 0870207547
Publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society Press
Publication Date: May 4th, 2015
Pages: 115
Language: English
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