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Links 1 through 10 of 104 by Christy Keeler tagged Citizenship

This website provides resources to assist students appreciate Muslims living in the US. The available videos teach that Muslims are "regular" Americans and shouldn't be seen as outsiders. It helps viewers appreciate all Americans for their common citizenship and compassionate beings.

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The site is a brief history of the Black Seminole Indians and their migration to the state of Texas. History of the cultures meeting leads to the present day descendants still living in the state of Texas.

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This page is a brief composition of Oklahoma state history. Much of the state experienced a high influx of free slaves following the civil war. Paragraphs detail contributions of both Black and Native Americans to the state's rich history.

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The site offers Native-African American music and other literature for purchase. The website has examples of music playing in the background and has links to history, native healers, clothing, and jewelry. The music can be used as an auditory example of the culture.

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This is a chronicle of the winter of 1861-1862. Thousands of Creek, Cherokee, Shawnee, and Seminole Indians, a number of them with African ancestry, and several hundreds of blacks who had been slaves to Indians, fought their way toward Kansas in order to escape the Confederacy and link up with Union officials.

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This is an article Native Americans in Africa and South America, as well as the American colonies. It describes how both Native Americans and African Americans were involved with slavery.

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This lesson plan is a perfect way to involve the entire class in learning about the beliefs of a Native American tribe. Not only are the components of an effective lesson utilized, writing and social studies are integrated seamlessly.

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ritain 4 Kiwi Kids has been created by the British High Commission in Wellington, New Zealand to help connect Kids in New Zealand with kids in Britain, also to provide information on the UK for fun and school.

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