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Links 1 through 10 of 106 by Christy Keeler tagged U.S._Government

This is the homepage for educational resources available from and about the Federal Reserve. It includes resources such as lesson plans and resource guides to accompany videos including "In Plain English: Making Sense of the Federal Reserve."

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This article discusses how there are not many known Native American women veterans. IN WWI, there were a handful of Native women who served as military nurses.

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This article details the background and history of Native american slavery in the United States. It also discusses other perceived atrocities at the hands of the United States government.

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In the 1880s, virtually everyone agreed that the only way to educate Indian children was to take them away from their homes and cut them off from their families for at least four years. A reporter in New Mexico, Charles Fletcher Lummis won an precedent setting legal battle in 1892 against a government policy that permitted Indian children to be taken from their parents.

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The Library of Congress has created a collection of themed materials for teacher use in the classroom. This link takes you directly to the Native American theme, but other themes can be navigated from this link. You will find primary source sets (digitally archived), exhibitions and presentations, and many other materials for both teachers and students to use.

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This site is a portal containing annotated links to history web sites and K-12 history lesson plans, teacher guides, activities, games, quizzes, and more.

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This brief site provides an overview of colonial life with pictures of colonial houses and jobs. It is written in a manner that would be easy for students to read.

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This site contains an overview of pre-colonial colonization by European explorers and includes information about early settlements.

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This site teaches about the U.S. court system through interactive games, lesson plans, educational videos, and a "Talk to the Justice" message board. The site was envisioned by Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to engage middle school students in the study of civics and government.

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EconEdLink provides access to news and information. It includes related lesson plans, links to economics education websites, and information and data on economic indicators.

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