U.S History Notes
01.02 Set the Stage: Using Sources
How Do Historians Read Primary and Secondary Sources?
Historians study primary sources and secondary sources in order to learn about the past. As you can see
from the examples below, sources can take a
1.05 History Notes: A New South
What does freedom mean?
In the years following the Emancipation Proclamation and the 13th Amendment, many
formerly enslaved people embraced freedom. They left plantations to find spouses and children
lost to them ye
U.S History Notes 1.03 Notes
In November of 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States without a
single electoral vote from the South. A few weeks later, South Carolina seceded from the United
States. By the time Lincoln took office
The "Somebody-Wanted-But-So" chart is an excellent way to summarize important information
from history. In it, you identify a person or group of people; their goal, need, or want; what
conflict of interest stood in the way; and the outcome. This strategy
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U.S History Assignment 1.06
Read the question below and use your knowledge of the time period to write your response. You are
welcome to refer back to the lesson; however, all writing should be in your own words.
"Explain how freedoms