Social Studies - 5th Grade
Students will understand that the 19th century was a time of incredible change for the United States, including geographic expansion, constitutional crisis, and economic growth.
Evaluate the course of events of the Civil War and its impact both immediate and long-term.
Civil War - Jump Back in Time
View a timeline and read stories about the Civil War.
Civil War Photos.NET
This website has hundreds of photographs from the Civil War.
Engaging Students in a Collaborative Exploration of the Gettysburg Address
This lesson plan invites groups of students to learn more about the historical significance of President Abraham Lincoln's famous speech as well as the time period and people involved. Students will work together, participating in inquiry projects based on the speech, using the words and phrases of the speech itself.
LOC: Selected Civil War Photographs for Teachers
This Library of Congress collection titled "Civil War Photographs, 1861-1865," contains 1,118 photographs which feature Civil War encampments, battlefields, and portraits including Lincoln, Lee, and Grant) as captured by Mathew Brady and his staff of photographers. Brady's photography exhibits marked the first time Americans witnessed the carnage of war in their homeland.
Scholastic: Dear America
The American Civil War was a conflict that pitted the Northern states against the Southern states. The war raged for four years (1861-65) and was marked by some of the bloodiest battles of modern history. Everyone was engaged on supporting the war effort even when battles were taking place in view of their homes.
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