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Lectures in History: Black Power Movement in the 1960s | C-SPAN

Lectures in History: Black Power Movement in the 1960s | C-SPAN | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Professor Howard Brick of the University of Michigan examines the Black Power Movement in the 1960s. While the Civil Rights Movement led by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Arlis...absolutely; it's not original with me. I actually saw a similar item all over Jodi's school when I went to visit her in April 2013.
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Mr. Gates, you create a new posting without a link to another source. Then just give it a title and type in your information. If you want it to permanently stay as the top post then you have to pin it in place.
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October 20, 1947: Congress investigates Reds in Hollywood

On October 20, 1947, the notorious Red Scare kicks into high gear in Washington, as a Congressional committee begins investigating Communist influence in one of the world's richest and most glamorous communities: Hollywood.
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People Died So I Could Vote : What It Means to Be American

People Died So I Could Vote : What It Means to Be American | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
With Midterm Elections 2 wks away, reflections on what voting has meant to one family: http://t.co/Q4JJy0HEu2 #WIMTBA http://t.co/8EejCuFhFp
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Letter to President Kennedy from John F. Kerry, 10-20-1962 - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

Letter to President Kennedy from John F. Kerry, 10-20-1962 - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
In 1962, #JFK was booed on stage @yale. Two days later, John Kerry wrote him this apology: http://t.co/mJxhnMf35F http://t.co/b63EyqgaY2
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Televised Address by Governor Ronald Reagan: A Strategy for Peace in the 80s — 10/19/1980 - YouTube

For more information on the ongoing works of President Reagan's Foundation, please visit http://www.reaganfoundation.org.
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Bringing Back the Bison: Tribes and First Nations Sign Historic Treaty

Bringing Back the Bison: Tribes and First Nations Sign Historic Treaty | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Bringing Back the Bison: Tribes and First Nations Sign Historic Treaty http://t.co/RzTgQjMVHS via @IndianCountry
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Star Spangled Banner

Star Spangled Banner | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Our National Anthem is 200 years old and not showing a sign of age. Francis Scott Key’s poem set to music is a celebration of the American spirit of perseverance. (Our National Anthem is 200 years old & not showing a sign of age.
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The Great Awakening - Great-Awakening.com

The Great Awakening - Great-Awakening.com | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Use this site to answer questions such as: What caused the Great Awakening? Who was involved in the Great Awakening? What were the effects of the Great Awakening? The First Great Awakening, occurring around 1730 to 1760, had a profound impact on the course of the United States, especially during the latter half of the …
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In the Room When Ford Pardoned Nixon - David Hume Kennerly

The following post contains several unpublished photos that I took of President Ford before, during, and after the pardon of Richard Nixon forty years ago today.Sunday, September 8, 1974 started off in a fairly routine fashion for President Gerald R.
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Collecting the stories of September 11, a filmmaker's perspective - O Say Can You See?

Collecting the stories of September 11, a filmmaker's perspective - O Say Can You See? | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Editor’s Note: Today’s post is written by the producer/director of the Smithsonian Channel’s documentary, 9/11: Stories in Fragments. The documentary is based on the museum’s September 11 collections and the stories they convey.
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Financing the War of 1812 | C-SPAN

Financing the War of 1812 | C-SPAN | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
David Cowen, President of the Museum of American Finance, explores how Treasury Secretary Albert Gallatin helped fight the War of 1812.  June 12, 1812 was the first time the United States declared war as a nation.
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September 11: Bearing Witness to History - National Museum of American History

September 11: Bearing Witness to History - National Museum of American History | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Thurs marks 13 yrs since September 11 2001. Help your students bear witness to this history w/ objects and resources: http://t.co/wzfmN3AXPj
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Let Freedom Ring: Moses Moon's Freedom Summer recordings - O Say Can You See?

Let Freedom Ring: Moses Moon's Freedom Summer recordings - O Say Can You See? | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
The songs of the Civil Rights Movement. (Keep #FreedomSummer's legacy alive with your students.
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Gettysburg museum closing after more than 50 years

Gettysburg museum closing after more than 50 years | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
The diaries have been guarded behind a glass case for 50 years.
Their words were penned by Civil War soldiers in the Battle of Gettysburg.
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Introducing the AP US History Study Guide: Gilder Lehrman’s One-Stop Guide to American History for AP Students | EDSITEment

Introducing the AP US History Study Guide: Gilder Lehrman’s One-Stop Guide to American History for AP Students | EDSITEment | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
After many years of planning, the College Board has introduced an overhauled and redesigned AP United States History course for the 2014–15 school year.
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When Immigration Isn’t a One-Way Street : What It Means to Be American

When Immigration Isn’t a One-Way Street : What It Means to Be American | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Chinese immigrants to California never imagined their grandkids might return to China: http://t.co/626H7N8NZx #WIMTBA http://t.co/tnPAUec7sD
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Memorial for black Revolutionary War soldiers finds spot on Mall after 30 years

Memorial for black Revolutionary War soldiers finds spot on Mall after 30 years | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Congress has authorized a site for the memorial and the president has signed it into law. Now, the money.
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The Great West Point Chain | Journal of the American Revolution

The Great West Point Chain | Journal of the American Revolution | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Control of the Hudson River was important strategically during the American Revolution. The river, along with lakes George and Champlain, was a potential invasion route from Canada. It also was a physical separator of the colonies.
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Baseball, signed by the 1949 Detroit Tigers | National Museum of American History

Baseball, signed by the 1949 Detroit Tigers | National Museum of American History | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Today in 1999: Tiger Stadium closes after 87 years as home of baseball's Detroit Tigers. Autographed baseball: http://t.co/X0sBfY6YG1
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She Had a Dream: Mae C. Jemison, First African American Woman in Space | AirSpace

Today in 1992: Mae Jemison becomes first African American woman in space. http://t.co/UKaUN3Dxmq
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The First Great Awakening, Divining America, TeacherServe®, National Humanities Center

The First Great Awakening, Divining America, TeacherServe®, National Humanities Center | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
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Kate Galt Zaneis, the first woman in the United States to lead a state college o...

Kate Galt Zaneis, the first woman in the United States to lead a state college or university, died on this day in 1973. She was the 9th president of Southeastern Oklahoma Teachers College, now Southeastern Oklahoma State University, in Durant.
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The Story of The Pledge of Allegiance to The Flag

Today in 1892: Pledge of Allegiance is published in children's magazine "The Youth's Companion." The story behind it: http://t.co/TmnClJ7Z2X
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11 Bird's-Eye Views That Show How NYC Has Grown Over 350 Years

11 Bird's-Eye Views That Show How NYC Has Grown Over 350 Years | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Exactly 350 years ago today, New York City became New York City. The city itself already existed, of course: As the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam. But on September 8th, 1664, the British gave it its permanent moniker, which makes today its name-day.
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The Life and Music of Celia Cruz: Printable Exhibition

The Life and Music of Celia Cruz: Printable Exhibition | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
America's national educational facility with 18 museums, 9 research centers and 120 affiliates around the world. (Celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth by introducing your students to the life and music Celia Cruz - the Queen of Salsa!
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The Neutrality Acts, 1930s - 1921–1936 - Milestones - Office of the Historian

The Neutrality Acts, 1930s - 1921–1936 - Milestones - Office of the Historian | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
#OnThisDay 1935 #FDR signs the Neutrality Act, intention to stay out of foreign wars. A history from @StateDept http://t.co/Ci9QYTLfoj
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