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Conflict and Compromise: The Vietnam War

<p>This collection brings together <a href="https://edsitement.neh.gov/">EDSITEment</a> and Smithsonian resources to support the initial research into a project for National History Day 2018, "Conflict and Compromise in History."</p> <p>These resources - including protest posters, archival photographs, interviews, artwork, and articles - explore the topic of the Vietnam War from multiple perspectives. Resources highlight politics, the experience of soldiers, anti-war protests, and artwork created in reaction to the Vietnam War. The second tile of this collection contains questions to help with both the analysis of this historical event and the analysis of different types of resources (photograph, document, artwork, portrait, and object). The third tile contains a graphic organizer, created by <a href="https://nhd.org/">National History Day</a>, to help explore historical context and the "Conflict and Compromise in History" theme.</p> <p>By no means is this collection comprehensive; instead, it provides a launching point for further research.<br /></p> <p>This collection was created in collaboration with <a href="https://edsitement.neh.gov/">EDSITEment</a>, a website for K-12 educators from the National Endowment for the Humanities.</p> <p>Share your National History Day collections and let us know what you think! Write to us on Twitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/EDSITEment">@EDSITEment</a> &amp; <a href="https://twitter.com/smithsonianlab">@SmithsonianLab</a>, #NHD2018. If you publish a collection on your National History Day topic, be sure to enter #NHD2018 in the description!</p> <p>Tags: ho chi-minh; lyndon b. johnson; richard nixon; walter cronkite; henry kissinger; veteran; oral history; viet cong; protest; peace; 50s; 60s; 70s; 20th century; 1900s; national endowment for the humanities; nhd; #NHD</p>
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Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

<p>This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.</p>
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Civil Rights Movement

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The Space Race

This topical collection is an overview of the major events and developments of the space race that could supplement a lesson on the Cold War; it includes photos and videos. <br /> Goal: After exploring the collection, students will have a better understanding of the space race, how it was influenced by world politics, and how it influenced world politics.<br /> <br /> Tags: Sputnik, Apollo missions, space race, cold war, moon, moon landing
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Cold War

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The Women's Movement

<p>This collection shows the successes of the Womens Movement during the 1960s and 1970s<br /></p>
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