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U.S. History in Global Perspective - Chapter 3

 The "minute-ment" of the revolution. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
The "minute-men" of the revolution. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

The Global American Revolution


Extending the American Revolution
Martha Bohnenberger, Sterling School, Greenville, South Carolina
Level: Middle or High School
Extending the Revolution - Lesson
Extending the Revolution - Summary
Extending the Revolution - Political Cartoons

Say What?
Brian Weaver, Central Bucks High School - West, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Level: High School
Say What? - Lesson

Guided Discussion Plan
Mark Campbell, Cape Fear Academy, Wilmington, North Carolina
Level: High School
Guided Discussion - Lesson

Educator Resources on the Web

Educator Resources

A list of online resources for history teachers and their History Day programs.

Lowell Milken Education Center

The Lowell Milken Education Center's website (www.lowellmilkencenter.org has project ideas, project outlines, contacts, and streaming video of former projects, many are NHD projects. The Center's cornerstone project is "Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project," which was originally a NHD project. (www.irenasendler.org) The Center works with schools around the world to teach respect and understanding among all people, through the development of history projects about unsung heroes whose actions promote these values. These student projects are in the form of performances, documentaries, exhibits, websites, or other creative ideas.