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Pennsylvania Civil War 150

Pennsylvania Civil War 150

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PACivilWar150.com

Type ? Resource Title
P Artifact: Political: Wide Awake Parade Torch
P Artifact: Political: Lincoln Campaign Ribbon
P Artifact: Political: West Chester Wide Awake Hat
S Basics
S Simon Cameron
S George McClellan
T A Complex Relationship: Lincoln and Frederick Douglass: Teaching Resource
P Lincoln on the Moral Bankruptcy of Slavery: Inside the Lincoln-Douglass Debates of 1858: Document
T Lincoln, Race, and Slavery: 1856-1865
T Creating a Military Image: Lincoln as Commander in Chief
P Artifact: Personal Belongings: Diary of Emilie Davis
S Abraham Lincoln

Other websites

Type ? Resource Title
I Abraham Lincoln's Crossroads
P Abraham Lincoln: Comic Portraits of his Presidency
S The Assassination of President Lincoln April 14, 1865
S President Lincoln Delivered the Gettysburg Address November 19, 1863
S Abraham Lincoln's Inauguration March 4, 1861
P, I Looking for Lincoln
T, I, P The Time of the Lincolns: Partisan Politics
T Free Library of Philadelphia bibliography
V National Civil War Museum School Programs
V National Civil War Museum School Programs
P Lincoln’s writings
T Free Library of Philadelphia bibliography
P Most Popular Primary Documents of the Civil War
T Lincoln Archives Digital Project
T Podcasts from the Abraham Lincoln Institute
P Political cartoons about Lincoln
S Timeline of Lincoln’s life
S Election of 1860
P The Union Blockade: Lincoln's Proclamations
I Abraham Lincoln and Pennsylvania: A Virtual Field Trip
P Speeches Abraham Lincoln Delivered in PA
S Lincoln’s Funeral Train
I Abraham and Pennsylvania: A Bicentennial Coloring Book

Key: [to letter or symbol designation]
S Secondary source, able to be read by secondary level student
P Primary source. For a good primer on how to teach with primary sources, go to Smithsonian's Teaching with Primary Sources
T Teaching material and lesson plan, background reading on a more scholarly level
I Interactive or multi-media that a student can use directly
V Place to visit or event to attend

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