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Primary Source Document Set Middle Tennessee State University

Primary Source Document Set Eastern Illinois University

Harriet Tubman Library of Congress


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Library of Congress sources https://www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/trm146.html

Letter from Henry Weeden: An African American Progests the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 Gilder Lehman Institute of American History

Fugitive Slave Act of 1851 University of Washington

Fugitive Slaves National Archives

Henry Clay's Original Documents, not Passed Our Documents.org

Letter from Harriet Jacobs PBS.org
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Primary Source Documents

Nullification Proclamation from Library of Congress

Transcript to Congress on Indian Removal from Ourdocuments.gov

Bank Wars from The Avalon Project at Yale University's

First Inaugural Address Insipre.in.gov

Second Inaugural Address Inspire.in.gov


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ANDREW JACKSON (1828). - President Andrew Jackson destroying the Bank of the United States. Lithograph cartoon, 1828.. Fine Art. Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. Web. 1 Mar 2016. 
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Political cartoon, President Andrew Jackson. Photograph. Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. Web. 1 Mar 2016. 
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We love the INSPIRE database!  Mrs. Scroggs and Mrs. Eberhardt taught students to use keywords as they research for more effective results.  Now students in language arts are using the INSPIRE database to find articles to support their claims while writing argumentative essays.
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Students are so proud to show off their bracelets once finished!  They actually lit up, and they looked good, too!

Stitch 'N Save students are learning about electricity, single and parallel circuits, lithium batteries, and positive and negative charges.  Miss Rohrer, classroom teacher, and Mrs. Eberhardt, teacher-librarian, worked together to teach students about these physics concepts so students could sew their own soft circuit bracelet.  Check the Edgewood Destiny page at destiny.warsaw.k12.in.us for links to more soft circuit projects.

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