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How should we remember the bomb?

<p>This collection asks students to create their own exhibit on a controversial subject: the use of atomic weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II. Students will create a collection that includes five items reflecting their answers to the following questions:<br /></p><p>-How should the bombing of Hiroshima be remembered?<br /></p><p>-Was it necessary to drop the atomic bombs in order to end World War II? <br /></p><p>Students should consider both long-term and short-term effects in their responses.</p><p><br /></p>
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Frederick Douglass

<p>In this collection, students will review the life of Frederick Douglass and learn about one of his most famous speeches, "The Meaning of Fourth of July for the Negro" (it is also commonly referred to as "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July). They will examine primary and secondary sources related to the speech to determine what Douglas's goal was with this speech and how it is often percieved today.</p>
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Realities of Industrialization

<p>Students will view images associated with working conditions of the mid to late 19th Century to better understand the need for labor organizations.</p>
Brian Tharp
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