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Haiti

History
92.02.04 Adventure in the Caribbean Effects of the discovery of Haiti- Martinique and Guadeloupe

Hall, Prince
91.03.02 Prince Hall and His Organization of Black Freemasons in the United States

Hardy, Thomas

The Return of the Native
81.02.03 The Return of the Native Examined

Harlem Renaissance (see Art; Art History; History, Harlem Renaissance; Literature)

Art

History of
88.02.02 The Harlem Renaissance: Black American Traditions
91.01.07 African American Literature: A Contrast between North and South
91.02.03 Interpreting Selected Works of Art from the 20th Century African-American Experience
00.04.01 African-American Art and the Political Dissent during the Harlem Renaissance

General
92.04.09 Art Through the Eyes of Youth
07.01.01 The Search for Self: Voices of Adolescence in Literature

Literature and Visual Art
00.04.04 The Harlem Renaissance Births a Black Culture

Literature of
78.02.03 Harlem Renaissance: Pivotal Period in the Development of Afro-American Culture
78.02.08 The Social Contributions of The Harlem Renaissance
81.01.08 Yet Do I Marvel: A Comparative Study of Black American Literature
91.01.07 African American Literature: A Contrast between North and South
92.03.02 Tales from the City
92.03.07 Recognizing Voice and Finding Your Own Voice in Writing About the City
92.04.04 The African-American Experience in the 20th Century through the Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence and the Novels of Bruce Brooks and Lorene Cary
11.02.04 Ralph Ellison's View of His Time

Music of
89.01.05 The Impact of the Music of the Harlem Renaissance on Society

Social Contributions
78.02.08 The Social Contributions of The Harlem Renaissance

Health (see Adolescence, American, Nutrition; Anatomy; Bioethics; Biology, Ecology and Environmental Science)

Adolescent
02.05.03 Food Environmental Quality and Health
07.05.01 Advertising for Healthy Habits
07.05.02 À Votre Santé: A French-Language Unit on Nutrition
14.04.01 To Vaccinate or Not?
14.04.03 The Little Engines That Can!

Bioethics and Health Care
00.07.04 Bioethics and Effective Health Care

Organ and Tissue Donation
01.01.06 Organ and Tissue Donors

Patients' Rights
01.01.01 How Right Are Patients' Rights?

Brain
09.04.03 How the Brain Learns
09.04.04 How We Learn about the Brain: Teaching the Infant Brain
12.03.02 The Brain, Our Silent Partner: Anatomy and Cognition

Child
06.06.02 Your Amazing Body
09.04.02 Food for Thought
09.04.05 Brain Buzz: Effects of Caffeine, Nicotine, Alcohol and Drugs on Learning
12.03.07 Skulls and Bones: Comparing Form and Function of Vertebrate Skeletal Systems
12.03.09 A Healthy Body is a Healthy Mind

Diabetes
06.05.06 Biomedical Engineering and Diabetes
12.03.01 Healthy Kids Become Healthy Adults

Dietary Supplements
06.05.02 Dietary Supplements and the Chemistry of Life

Environmental
17.02.10 Cheers to Your Health: The Connection between Water Sources and Disease

Acid Rain
03.05.01 Do We Need to Wear a Rainhat? Acid Rain: Causes, Effects, and Possible Solutions

Asthma
99.06.02 Asthma and the Environment
06.05.05 A Child's Journey through Medicine

Food Risks
96.02.06 Food Pesticides and Their Risks to Children
02.05.02 Quality of Life Investigations: Risk Reductions
02.05.04 The Aquatic Environment
02.05.07 You Are What You Eat: How Food Quality Affects Your Health
02.05.09 Nutritional Influence on Illness and Disease

Hazardous Waste
93.05.06 Preventing Lead Poisoning in Children
96.02.04 The Risk-Benefit Factor Challenging Our Environment
96.02.05 Environmental Health Hazards and Children

Indoor Air Pollution
11.04.02 Indoor versus Outdoor Air: What's the Difference?

Lead Poisoning
93.05.06 Preventing Lead Poisoning in Children
96.02.01 Environmental Racism and the Urban School Child
96.02.05 Environmental Health Hazards and Children

Persian Gulf War Syndrome
96.02.08 The Gulf War and its Consequences
96.02.10 Is Gulf War Syndrome a Significant Health Issue the U.S. Government has Tried to Cover Up?

Pesticides
97.07.06 A Hands-on Approach to Environmental Quality
02.05.10 For Optimum Health: Revising the Food Pyramid

Epidemiology
96.02.10 Is Gulf War Syndrome a Significant Health Issue the U.S. Government has Tried to Cover Up?

Hepatitis B and Tuberculosis
07.05.11 Infectious Diseases: Hepatitis B and Tuberculosis

HIV/AIDS
07.05.10 HIV/AIDS in Our Spanish-Speaking Community and the World
08.06.04 Monitoring an Epidemic: Analyzing Through Graphical Displays Factors Relating to the Spread of HIV/AIDS

Euthanasia
01.01.03 The Connection Between Medicine, Ethics, and Law: The Right to Die

Fitness
07.05.07 Fit for Our Future
08.06.05 The Mind-Body Connection
14.04.03 The Little Engines That Can!
12.03.05 My Body Tells a Story

General
14.04.05 Robotics in the Medical Field

Graphing
08.06.01 Using Graphical Displays to Depict Health Trends of America’s Youth
08.06.09 Are We Couch Potatoes or Busy Bees? Data Analysis of Physical Activity in School
14.04.10 Repair and Regeneration of the Human Musculo-Skeletal and Cardiovascular Systems

Immune System
15.04.06 Battling with Infectious Diseases
19.03.02 Vaccines, How They Work: From Individual to Population
19.03.03 Vaccinations: Combating Disease, Death, Disability, and Child Mortality Worldwide

Nutrition
12.03.02 The Brain, Our Silent Partner: Anatomy and Cognition
12.03.04 Elements and Minerals in Our World and in Our Bodies
12.03.10 Carbohydrates and Lipids in Human Health
13.04.04 Just Let It Go!
15.04.04 Sugar vs. Artificial Sweeteners
20.02.01 We Are What We Eat! The Importance of Nutritional Facts Labels and Balanced Diet in Making Healthy Food Choices

Vegetables
07.05.05 Eating the Rainbow: A Student's Guide to Healthy Foods That Grow

Obesity
07.05.06 Adolescent Obesity and Susceptibility to Disease

Occupational
96.02.04 The Risk-Benefit Factor Challenging Our Environment
96.02.07 Occupational Health & Safety in Textiles

Public Health
19.03.02 Vaccines, How They Work: From Individual to Population
19.03.03 Vaccinations: Combating Disease, Death, Disability, and Child Mortality Worldwide
19.03.07 Affordable Medical Care: Using Chemistry Concepts to Lower Consumer Cost for Medications and Vaccines
19.03.10 Solutions based on Biomimicry for Personalized Health
20.02.01 We Are What We Eat! The Importance of Nutritional Facts Labels and Balanced Diet in Making Healthy Food Choices

Tobacco and
96.02.03 Nicotine Addiction to Disease: Growing Up With the Tobacco Industry
99.06.02 Asthma and the Environment
07.05.01 Advertising for Healthy Habits

Media
01.01.05 Making Choices about Tobacco Use

Vision Disorders
96.05.08 You Are Your Genes

Hemingway, Ernest

Short Story
88.04.03 "Discovering Hemingway and Myself"

Hercules
98.02.06 Hercules the Hero: Understanding the Myth

Heroes

African American
96.01.07 A New Generation of Fighters

American
89.05.07 Playing with American Folk Heroes of the Nineteenth Century

Ancient Greek
98.02.06 Hercules the Hero: Understanding the Myth

Anti-heroes
08.02.08 The Godfather to American Gangster: A Mythology of the American Anti-hero, 2008

Hercules
98.02.06 Hercules the Hero: Understanding the Myth

History (see specific entries by country)

Acadian
83.06.02 The Preservation of a Heritage: Study of the Acadians

African
92.03.04 Cathedrals, Pyramids and Mosques
01.02.06 Rites of Passage: Initiation Masks in French Speaking Black Africa
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
03.01.02 Africa, Africans, and Film
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020

Decolonization
82.04.07 The Modern Mercenary and the Decolonization of Africa: Ten Plus Ten Questions

Ghana
02.01.05 Middle Passage: A Journey of Endurance

Mali and Mansa Musa
07.02.06 An African Pilgrim-King and a World-Traveler: Mansa Musa and Ibn Battuta

Role of European Powers
82.04.01 Teaching African Literature in English

African American
92.04.03 Crisis Times for African Americans
93.03.06 Multi-Cultural Theater: A Reflection of Societal Issues and Ills
94.02.11 Poetry: A View of African American Life
94.04.01 What About My 40 Acres & A Mule?
94.04.06 In the Struggle for Equality and Justice for All
95.04.04 The Art of the Quilt
98.01.06 Let Justice Roll Down: The Civil Rights Movement Through Film (1954-1965)
98.01.09 Discrimination and the Struggle for Equality: African Americans in Professional Baseball: A Reflection of the Civil Rights Movement
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates
98.04.07 Land is the Basis of All Independence
99.03.09 African-Americans and Immigration in American Life
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.04.03 Utilizing Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History
14.03.02 Educational Injustice in the United States
14.03.03 Almost a Citizen: A History of Social Injustice in America
14.03.04 The NAACP: Then and Now
15.02.01 History of a Social Construction: How Racism Created Race in America

Amistad Affair
78.02.09 Two Controversial Cases in New Haven History: The Amistad Affair (1839) and The Black Panther Trials (1970)
89.05.08 The Roots of The Modern Day African Americans And The Suggested Motivation For A Bright Future (Actual Experiences of Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass And Joseph Sengbe (Cinque))
90.02.08 The Amistad Affair: Problem Solving Applied Through Theater
02.01.02 Looking at Human Struggle Through The Language Arts Curriculum: The Faces of Slavery

Beauty, Images of
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt

Biography
82.02.08 His Story/Her Story/Your Story
85.05.04 Against The Tide: Three Who Made It!

Lanson, William
97.04.04 William Lanson: New Haven’s African King

Black Dancers
95.02.03 Living Pictures Representing The History Of Black Dance

Black Migration
98.01.05 A Film and Literature Study of The African - American Migration
13.02.05 Growing Up in Urban America
13.02.09 Did Things Get Better? Poetry from the Cultural Perspective of American Movement

in New Haven
89.01.11 Urban New Haven in the Making (1920-1980)

South to North

1900-1920
80.06.02 New Perspectives On Teaching Afro-American History
90.01.05 Parallel Studies of the Afro-American and Puerto Rican Experience in America
91.01.07 African American Literature: A Contrast between North and South
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present

Black Panther Trials
78.02.09 Two Controversial Cases in New Haven History: The Amistad Affair (1839) and The Black Panther Trials (1970)
11.02.05 Urban Race Riots: Are They Predictable, Preventable, and Pedagogically Relevant?

Church

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
89.01.13 The Church Community: The Oldest Black Church in New Haven, Past and Present

Civil Rights
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965
93.04.05 Mosaic America Through Literary Art: The Civil Rights Movement via African Americans, Chicanos and Native Americans
94.04.03 Mosaic America: Patterns of Racism
94.04.07 In Search of Rights
96.01.01 An Analysis of Jim Crow Laws and their Effects on Race Relations
97.03.10 American Women Who Shaped the Civil Rights Movement Explored Through the Literature of Eloise Greenfield
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny
04.01.09 What’s in a Word: Investigating the Language of the Brown v. Board Era
01.04.03 Utilizing Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level
06.03.05 Postwar America: King and the Civil Rights Movement
06.03.08 The Road to Equality
11.01.09 Encountering Injustice: Analyzing Words and Images in the Civil Rights Movement
11.02.04 Ralph Ellison's View of His Time
11.02.05 Urban Race Riots: Are They Predictable, Preventable, and Pedagogically Relevant?
14.03.01 Due Process Ignored: Lynching and American Culture
14.03.05 Hidden Realities: School Desegregation and the Law — Brown and Black Victories During the Civil Rights Era
14.03.10 Separate, but Equal: Is There Still Segregation in Education?
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020

Civil Disobedience

King, Martin Luther, Jr.
87.03.02 Non-violent Protest Through The Ages
96.01.01 An Analysis of Jim Crow Laws and their Effects on Race Relations

Photography

Parks, Gordon
06.01.04 Gordon Parks' Photography: Breaking Down Racial Barriers with Real Life Stories

Civil Rights Act of 1964
82.03.04 An Analysis of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Legislated Response to Racial Discrimination in the U. S.

in Civil War
05.01.03 From Slaves to Soldiers: African Americans and the Civil War

Colonial
91.03.02 Prince Hall and His Organization of Black Freemasons in the United States
92.04.02 Colonial Living: A Look at the Arts, Crafts, History, and Literature of Early Americans

Connecticut

Slavery (1640-1848)
80.06.09 Slavery in Connecticut 1640-1848

Dance Pioneers
95.02.03 Living Pictures Representing The History Of Black Dance

Economic
18.01.04 Paths to Prosperity: African Americans in Search of the American Dream

1880-1950
79.02.04 The Negro Holocaust: Lynching and Race Riots in the United States,1880-1950
79.02.05 The African and the Pequot in Colonial America
92.04.04 The African-American Experience in the 20th Century through the Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence and the Novels of Bruce Brooks and Lorene Cary

Family Life
90.04.07 Portrait of The African American Family
90.04.08 The Changing Family: How Changes in the Family Reflect Social and Economic Changes in Society
90.05.10 The Family That Endured An Historical View of African-American Families As Seen Through American Literature and Art
91.03.09 Building Dreams—Who is there to help you?
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny

Haitian
89.01.08 Double Minority: The Haitians in America

Harlem Renaissance
78.02.03 Harlem Renaissance: Pivotal Period in the Development of Afro-American Culture
78.02.08 The Social Contributions of The Harlem Renaissance
81.01.08 Yet Do I Marvel: A Comparative Study of Black American Literature
92.04.09 Art Through the Eyes of Youth
11.02.04 Ralph Ellison's View of His Time

Music of
89.01.05 The Impact of the Music of the Harlem Renaissance on Society

in Art
12.01.03 Portraits of Pride: Young Adults Question Their Roles Using Visual Arts

Lynching of
89.01.09 “Lynch Law”—An American Community Enigma
14.03.01 Due Process Ignored: Lynching and American Culture

in Military
02.03.07 African Americans and the Military

Music
13.02.11 How Music Moved: The Genesis of Genres in Urban Centers

Black Church
97.05.07 Sing Two Stanzas and Rebel in the Morning: The Role of Black Religious Music in the Struggle for Freedom

Pre-Jazz Age
82.04.06 Black American Musicans: Precursors of Jazz

The Sixties
80.06.04 Black Music: Its Message and Meaning
15.02.03 Women, War and Propaganda: Cultural Connections in the Long 20th Century

NAACP
14.03.04 The NAACP: Then and Now

National Parks and
90.03.09 Famous Afro-Americans Historical Sites Recognized by the National Park System

Negro Leagues
98.01.09 Discrimination and the Struggle for Equality: African Americans in Professional Baseball: A Reflection of the Civil Rights Movement

New Haven, Connecticut
78.02.06 Italians and Blacks in New Haven: The Establishment of Two Ethnic Communities
92.03.08 Examining the African American Role in New Haven History: Pride in the Past—Hope for the Future

Biography
85.05.04 Against The Tide: Three Who Made It!
97.04.04 William Lanson: New Haven’s African King

18th and 19th Centuries
88.02.05 The Insights of American Blacks During the 19th and 20th Centuries in New Haven, Connecticut

Photography
06.01.04 Gordon Parks' Photography: Breaking Down Racial Barriers with Real Life Stories
06.01.08 African American History: A Photographic Record

Poetry and
89.02.08 Poetry: A Mirror in Which to See Myself
91.04.04 African-American Poets Past and Present: A Historical View
94.02.11 Poetry: A View of African American Life

School Desegregation
82.03.06 From Plessy v. Ferguson to Brown v. Board of Education: The Supreme Court Rules on School Desegregation
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965
92.01.09 The Brown Decision: Fact or Myth in Connecticut?
98.01.09 Discrimination and the Struggle for Equality: African Americans in Professional Baseball: A Reflection of the Civil Rights Movement
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level
14.03.04 The NAACP: Then and Now
14.03.05 Hidden Realities: School Desegregation and the Law — Brown and Black Victories During the Civil Rights Era
14.03.08 American Citizenship and the 14th Amendment: Conflicts and Resolutions in Education

The Sixties
81.01.08 Yet Do I Marvel: A Comparative Study of Black American Literature

Slavery (see Slavery)
87.01.05 Slavery: The American Way
89.05.08 The Roots of The Modern Day African Americans And The Suggested Motivation For A Bright Future (Actual Experiences of Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass And Joseph Sengbe (Cinque))
91.03.06 Slave Narrative and Autobiography
91.03.08 Dark Voices From Unmarked Graves
93.03.09 The Role of the African* Playwright as a Griot
95.02.06 Lincoln, Douglass and Black Emergence: Literature and Politics, 1840-1865
96.03.07 The Eye Behind the Camera; the Voice Behind the Story
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny
98.04.07 Land is the Basis of All Independence
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
03.02.02 Our Side of the Story: African Americans Share Their Experiences of Slavery

Autobiography
85.05.02 Slave Narratives: Black Autobiography in Nineteenth-Century America

Black Emancipators
85.05.01 Black Emancipators of the Nineteenth Century

Slave Trade, Transatlantic
02.01.05 Middle Passage: A Journey of Endurance

Underground Railroad
01.04.03 Utilizing Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History

Women (see Women)
97.03.01 Struggle of the Black Women
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women
97.03.07 “Women of Color”: A Fight For Change “Through Literature”
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020

American
92.01.07 Equality of Educational Opportunity: Race and Finance in Public Education
94.04.02 What am I Equal to?
94.05.01 Meteorology
98.01.11 Parenting in the Movies: Examining Responsibilities in Modern American Films
00.04.03 Our Past Acclaims Our Future: Japanese-American Artists Respond To the American Experience Roger Shimomura, Sansei.
14.03.03 Almost a Citizen: A History of Social Injustice in America

Alaska

Inuit
91.02.07 The Inuit Family: A study of its history, beliefs, and images

in Art
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices
04.03.01 American Genre Painting in the Nineteenth Century: Teaching Artistic Interpretation as a Tool for Critically Viewing History
04.03.02 Exploring Colonial America through Art and Literature
04.03.04 Art and National Identity: Analyzing Painting and Literature from the Era of Manifest Destiny
04.03.09 In the Footprints of Lewis and Clark: 19th Century Artists’ Depictions of Native Americans
12.01.01 History through Art: The American Revolution and the Colonial New World (1750–1850)
12.01.02 The Stories Artwork Tells: Opening Doorways Into Creativity
12.01.04 Image-Making: Reading Gesture, Objects, and Environment in Portraiture
12.01.05 Teaching Colonial American Society through Visual Art
12.01.08 Art and Conflict: The Visual Struggle
12.01.09 Interpreting the Imagery of War
12.01.10 Questioning the Accuracy of War Images: John Trumbull's Paintings of the American Revolution and Photographs from the American Civil War

American Revolution
12.01.01 History through Art: The American Revolution and the Colonial New World (1750–1850)
12.01.10 Questioning the Accuracy of War Images: John Trumbull's Paintings of the American Revolution and Photographs from the American Civil War

Artillery (1780-1880)
81.02.04 Major Cannon of Great Britain and America from 1780-1880 as a Model to Promote the Concept of ‘Living History’

Asian American
05.02.08 Who Am I and Why Must I be Called Anything?

Aviation
90.07.03 Mankind’s Fascination With Flight

Bill of Rights (see Bill of Rights; Law)
95.03.02 Understanding the Significance of the Nationalization of the Bill of Rights
00.02.04 Search and Seizure
03.01.10 How Fear Threatens Freedom, A Thematic Approach: From the Inquisition to the McCarthy Era
04.01.03 In God We Trust: Public Schools and Religious Freedom
16.03.01 The Price of Freedom

Privacy/Fourth Amendment
08.01.03 The Switchroom: NSA Spying and Defending the Constitution

Boston, Massachusetts
81.01.02 Madras (India) and Boston—A Comparative Study and Analysis

Business

Sports

Football
10.01.06 Gridiron Consumers: The Billion-Dollar Ascent of Football in America

Cajun/Acadian
88.02.01 The Cajuns: Natives with a Difference!

Capitalism (see Economics)
18.01.01 Economic and Other Inequalities In America: The Shrinking Middle Class?
18.01.02 Bringing Humanity to the Dismal Science: A Study of Economics through the Lens of Income Inequality
18.01.05 Economic Inequality and Education: Primer, Opportunity, and Outcome
18.01.07 Economic Inequality: What It Is, How It Affects Our Lives, and What We Can Do About It

Child Labor
04.01.08 The History of Child Labor in the United States: Hammer v. Dagenhart
13.01.07 Stop the Presses: The Newsies Strike out against Child Labor!

Citizenship
16.03.01 The Price of Freedom
16.03.02 The Citizenship Complex: Why the Vote Matters in the Race for Freedom and Equality for All
16.03.05 Citizenship and its Ability to Change Lives
16.03.06 Know Your Rights: Citizenship, Surveillance and Democracy in Post 9/11 America

and Gender
16.03.04 Citizenship and Identity through the Lens of a Presidential Campaign

Civil Rights (see Civil Rights; Law)
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965
94.04.06 In the Struggle for Equality and Justice for All
94.04.07 In Search of Rights
96.01.14 Why Do We Suffer From The Rights Of Others?
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
97.03.10 American Women Who Shaped the Civil Rights Movement Explored Through the Literature of Eloise Greenfield
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny
03.01.10 How Fear Threatens Freedom, A Thematic Approach: From the Inquisition to the McCarthy Era
04.01.07 The Legacy of the Warren Court
06.03.05 Postwar America: King and the Civil Rights Movement
06.03.08 The Road to Equality
11.01.09 Encountering Injustice: Analyzing Words and Images in the Civil Rights Movement
15.02.09 Film as Representations of American Democracy and Oppression in the Long 20th Century
16.03.02 The Citizenship Complex: Why the Vote Matters in the Race for Freedom and Equality for All

Americans with Disabilities Act
04.01.06 The ADA, the Supreme Court, and Self-Advocacy
06.03.07 The Path to Opportunity: A Study of Disability Rights in Postwar America

Brown v. Board of Education
04.01.09 What’s in a Word: Investigating the Language of the Brown v. Board Era

Latinos
06.02.04 Civil Rights Struggles in the Latino Community
15.02.06 Latino Identity in the Civil Rights Movement
16.03.03 Democracy and Citizenship: The Complex Case of Puerto Rico

Patriot Act
05.02.01 Anatomy of Your Enemy
16.03.06 Know Your Rights: Citizenship, Surveillance and Democracy in Post 9/11 America

Civil Rights Act of 1964
82.03.04 An Analysis of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Legislated Response to Racial Discrimination in the U. S.
96.01.13 Affirmative Action: Is It Still Necessary?

Civil War
81.04.02 Reading and Writing about the Civil War
94.04.01 What About My 40 Acres & A Mule?
95.02.06 Lincoln, Douglass and Black Emergence: Literature and Politics, 1840-1865
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
97.02.02 Literature of the U.S. Civil War
97.03.05 All American Girl
97.03.08 Common Threads Weave Together the Lives of Civil War Women
98.04.06 Letters to an Unborn Patriot
04.02.09 His Story, Her Story: Voices from the Civil War in Children’s Literature
05.01.03 From Slaves to Soldiers: African Americans and the Civil War
08.04.04 Whitman, Lincoln, and Brady; Three Perspectives on a Nation Divided
12.02.09 Reading and Writing the Impact of Violence on Students' Lives
14.03.07 The Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments and the Dred Scott Decision: An Unlikely Stop on the Way to Citizenship

Conscription (Draft)
08.01.02 A Prescription for Conscription? Lessons from the Draft in the American Civil War and Compulsory Service in Subsequent Conflicts

Reconstruction
08.01.06 Accountability and Reconstruction after the United States Civil War

Writ of Habeas Corpus
08.01.01 The Writ of Habeas Corpus, The Constitution and Abraham Lincoln, War President

Cold War
17.01.01 Recapturing Our Lost Youth: Using "Little Red Riding Hood" to Engage Reluctant Readers

Colonial
78.04.03 The Architecture of New England and the Southern Colonies as it Reflects the Changes in Colonial Life
79.02.05 The African and the Pequot in Colonial America
82.02.03 My Place In Time
91.02.09 Changing Images of Childhood in America: Colonial, Federal and Modern England
92.04.02 Colonial Living: A Look at the Arts, Crafts, History, and Literature of Early Americans
97.03.05 All American Girl
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny
98.04.07 Land is the Basis of All Independence
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices
04.03.02 Exploring Colonial America through Art and Literature
12.01.01 History through Art: The American Revolution and the Colonial New World (1750–1850)
12.01.05 Teaching Colonial American Society through Visual Art
15.02.01 History of a Social Construction: How Racism Created Race in America

Artists
89.05.03 Early American Portraits: a Strategy for Learning About Artists and Their Works

Children
03.02.06 Child Life in the New England Colonies

Family Life
03.02.07 Home Skills of Early America

Jamestown
96.03.06 Pocahontas, From Fiction to Fact: Using Disney’s Film to Teach the True Story

Connecticut (see Connecticut)

Colonial
78.04.01 Colonial Connecticut--Learning to Look and Understand
78.04.02 History of Connecticut Through 1690
90.05.04 American Life: A Comparison of Colonial Life to Today’s Life
92.03.03 A New Look At Old New Haven
03.02.04 History of Early New Haven: A Connection to Our Past
03.02.08 Leaving England and Coming to New Haven with John Davenport

Folklore
87.04.05 Connecticut Folklore: Fact or Fiction?

Geological
95.05.07 A Special Relationship: Connecticut and Its Settlers

Hartford

Arms Made in
89.01.06 Arms Makers in the Community

New Haven Architecture
93.01.03 Play on Architecture

Nineteenth Century

Architecture
84.01.03 A View of the River: Cellars, Columns and Porches
91.01.04 The Victorian Age: A People in Search of Themselves as Seen Through Their Architecture

Constitution (see Bill of Rights; Law)
82.03.03 The United States Constitution
87.03.08 The United States Constitution and Selected Amendments
90.02.10 Acting Up In Contemporary Law
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates
98.04.06 Letters to an Unborn Patriot
00.02.04 Search and Seizure
00.03.06 Privacy Issues and Disabled Persons
16.03.01 The Price of Freedom
16.03.02 The Citizenship Complex: Why the Vote Matters in the Race for Freedom and Equality for All
16.03.05 Citizenship and its Ability to Change Lives

and Dred Scott Decision
04.01.02 The Supreme Court and American Society: The Dred Scott Case
14.03.07 The Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments and the Dred Scott Decision: An Unlikely Stop on the Way to Citizenship

First Amendment
08.04.01 Dissent in Democracy: Subverting the Dominant Paradigm

Fourth Amendment
08.01.03 The Switchroom: NSA Spying and Defending the Constitution

and Student/Teacher Rights
88.01.02 The Constitution, Censorship and the Schools: Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes
04.01.03 In God We Trust: Public Schools and Religious Freedom
04.01.04 Understanding and Implementing the First Amendment

Consumer Culture
10.01.05 Consumer Culture, Young Voters, and American Presidential Elections
10.01.07 Really, ¿Quiero Taco Bell?: A Multicultural Marketing Approach

Democracy (see Politics)
98.04.01 Democracy in Action
08.04.01 Dissent in Democracy: Subverting the Dominant Paradigm
08.04.02 An Introduction to America’s Culture of Democracy
10.01.05 Consumer Culture, Young Voters, and American Presidential Elections
15.02.09 Film as Representations of American Democracy and Oppression in the Long 20th Century
16.03.03 Democracy and Citizenship: The Complex Case of Puerto Rico
16.03.05 Citizenship and its Ability to Change Lives

of Diseases
09.05.05 A Minuscule Adversary: Combating Epidemics and Infectious Diseases in America

Earthquakes
07.04.09 The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812: Shaking Our Misconceptions about Earthquakes in United States History

Economic (see Economics)
18.01.01 Economic and Other Inequalities In America: The Shrinking Middle Class?
18.01.02 Bringing Humanity to the Dismal Science: A Study of Economics through the Lens of Income Inequality
18.01.03 Examining Your Economic Identity and Making a Path for Upward Mobility
18.01.05 Economic Inequality and Education: Primer, Opportunity, and Outcome
18.01.07 Economic Inequality: What It Is, How It Affects Our Lives, and What We Can Do About It
18.01.08 The Economics of Inequality

New Haven, Connecticut
79.03.07 New Haven and the Nation 1865-1900 A Social History Labor, Immigration, Reform
79.03.08 New Haven Is Not Just Another One-Horse Town: New Haven on the Move, 1800-1920

Education (see Education)
00.03.06 Privacy Issues and Disabled Persons
04.01.03 In God We Trust: Public Schools and Religious Freedom
14.03.09 Doghouse Schools and the Edgewood Kids: The Fight for Educational Opportunity from Plessy to Rodriguez
18.01.05 Economic Inequality and Education: Primer, Opportunity, and Outcome

School Desegregation
82.03.06 From Plessy v. Ferguson to Brown v. Board of Education: The Supreme Court Rules on School Desegregation
88.01.03 School Desegregation and Prejudice in the United States
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level
14.03.08 American Citizenship and the 14th Amendment: Conflicts and Resolutions in Education

Elections
10.01.05 Consumer Culture, Young Voters, and American Presidential Elections
16.03.04 Citizenship and Identity through the Lens of a Presidential Campaign

Emancipation Proclamation
85.05.03 Lincoln, the Great Emancipator??

Environmental Movement
90.03.01 The Wilderness Concept-Our National Parks, History, and Issues
10.01.03 Environmental Consumerism

Photography
06.01.02 The Photographed Environment in America

Eugenics
09.05.01 Genetic Testing: Modern-Day Eugenics?

Explorers and Exploration
90.01.07 In Search of the “Yo Latino-americano”
92.04.01 Researching Columbus: Encounters and Exchanges
03.01.08 Geography through Film: The Scale of Things
07.02.09 Who First Reached America: The Vikings, the Chinese Admiral Zheng He, or Columbus?

Family Life (see Family Life)
82.06.10 Family Life in America: Past, Present and Future
90.04.01 Changing Images of the American Family in Literature and Media: 1945-1990
90.04.02 Depicting Family Life: Changes and Modifications
90.04.08 The Changing Family: How Changes in the Family Reflect Social and Economic Changes in Society
90.05.01 Cultural Diversity: The American Family—Past, Present, and Future
90.05.04 American Life: A Comparison of Colonial Life to Today’s Life
03.02.07 Home Skills of Early America

the Fifties
98.01.01 Films about the Fifties: Teenagers, Identity, Authority, and Choice
06.03.06 Tapestry: Weaving Language Arts and Social Studies into a Cohesive Whole

McCarthy, Joseph
03.01.10 How Fear Threatens Freedom, A Thematic Approach: From the Inquisition to the McCarthy Era
06.03.01 McCarthy v. Murrow: The Public Battle that Defined America's New Self in the Aftermath of World War II

Foreign Policy
02.03.02 Questions of War and Peace: Using Case Studies to Teach the History of American Foreign Policy

French Influence on
92.02.02 French Creoles in Louisiana: An American Tale

Great Depression
98.04.04 The Great Depression and New Deal
02.01.03 Jewels of Endurance
06.03.10 Dorothea Lange and Documentary Modes of Expression
11.01.08 Exploring Steinbeck's World through Words and Images
15.02.05 Understanding Ourselves from the Past

Humor
87.03.06 The Humor of America

Immigration (see Immigration)
88.02.06 The American Experience
88.02.07 Teaching Reading Comprehension through Social Studies Readings
99.03.05 New Beginnings
99.03.10 America's Future Culture
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut
04.03.03 Immigration and Photography: The Case of Lewis Hine
05.02.07 Why Is Ethnicity Valued, or Is It?
05.02.08 Who Am I and Why Must I be Called Anything?
13.02.03 Irish Immigration and the Power of the Visual Image
13.02.04 A Modern American Family: Creating a Historical Record in the Middle-School Social Studies Classroom
13.02.05 Growing Up in Urban America
13.02.06 Exploring Bloodlines through Immigration and Migration
19.02.05 On Teaching Race in the Classroom: A Foundational Thematic Approach to Race & Law in the US History Curriculum

Ellis Island and
99.03.06 The Italian Immigrant Experience in America (1870-1920)

Hispanic
06.02.03 ¿Dónde Estábamos? Where Were We: Using Oral History to Teach Immigration

Northeast
88.02.03 Immigration into an Urban Industralized Northeast: 1879-1914

Industrial Revolution

Urban Impacts
01.05.01 The East River Bridges of New York: An Expression of American Industrial Expansion
04.04.05 Industrial Revolution in America: Exploring the Effects of the Heat Engine on the Growth of Cities
13.01.07 Stop the Presses: The Newsies Strike out against Child Labor!

Irish
99.03.08 St. Patrick-Symbol of Irishness
13.02.03 Irish Immigration and the Power of the Visual Image

Jews (1850-1925)
79.02.02 From The Shtetl To The Tenement: The East European Jews and America, A Social History 1850-1925

Japanese American

Internment during World War II
08.01.04 Japanese-American Internment and the United States Government

Labor (see Labor)
80.06.06 Work and the American Dream
80.06.07 Our Working History
04.04.01 Energy Generating a Culture: Early American Coal Miners and Coal Mining Culture

Landscape
05.03.02 Building Historical Understanding by Exploring American Landscapes

Lincoln, Abraham
85.05.03 Lincoln, the Great Emancipator??
98.04.06 Letters to an Unborn Patriot

Writ of Habeas Corpus
08.01.01 The Writ of Habeas Corpus, The Constitution and Abraham Lincoln, War President

in Literature
81.01.09 American History Through Literature: Adolescent Identity in the 20th Century
04.02.09 His Story, Her Story: Voices from the Civil War in Children’s Literature
06.03.09 New Journalism -- Narrowing the Gap between Fact and Fiction
13.01.10 The First World War: How, When and Why?
13.02.07 Cityscapes and the American Identity
13.02.09 Did Things Get Better? Poetry from the Cultural Perspective of American Movement

McCarthy Era
03.01.10 How Fear Threatens Freedom, A Thematic Approach: From the Inquisition to the McCarthy Era
06.03.01 McCarthy v. Murrow: The Public Battle that Defined America's New Self in the Aftermath of World War II

Media

Sports
10.01.06 Gridiron Consumers: The Billion-Dollar Ascent of Football in America

Musical Theater and
85.02.07 Stage Line/Time Line: A Musical Adventure

Native American (see Native Americans)
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates
99.03.03 Native Americans and the Clash of Cultures: Then and Now
01.04.09 Native American-Culture in Crisis
02.01.08 Child Survival Stories: Hope to Cope
03.02.03 Plains Indians: An Interdisciplinary Unit of Study
03.02.05 Native Americans of the East Coast: With Special Reference to Iroquois, Pequot and Powhatan Women.
04.02.10 Sacred Cows for High School Creative Writing Students
04.03.09 In the Footprints of Lewis and Clark: 19th Century Artists’ Depictions of Native Americans
09.02.09 A Comparative Literary View of U.S. History, 1820-1900
09.05.03 Introduction to the Diseases of Smallpox, Measles and Influenza and the Effects on the Indigenous Populations on the Continent of North America
12.01.08 Art and Conflict: The Visual Struggle
15.01.01 A Year in the Life of an Algonquian Family
15.01.02 Memoir, Identity and History in the Works of Sherman Alexie: An Insider's Outsider Perspective
15.01.03 Teaching Young Children About the Cherokee Trail Of Tears
15.01.05 A Study of American Indian History: Cultural Identity and Artistic Expression
15.01.06 Overcoming the Absence of Native Americans in the History Curriculum
15.01.07 Contemporary Native American Fictional Accounts of Hope and Fear
15.01.08 The Surviving and Thriving of Cultures: Foundational Study of American Indian History for Literature
19.02.04 Incorporating Native American History and Settler Colonialism in the AP United States History Course

New Deal
98.04.04 The Great Depression and New Deal

New England

Children
91.02.09 Changing Images of Childhood in America: Colonial, Federal and Modern England
03.02.06 Child Life in the New England Colonies
03.02.07 Home Skills of Early America

Forests
81.05.04 A Tree Is More Than A Street Name

Gravestones
03.02.01 Death and Dying in Puritan New England: A Study Based on Early Gravestones, Vital Records, and other Primary Sources Relating to Cape Cod, Massachusetts

New Haven, Connecticut (see Connecticut; New Haven)

Amistad Affair
78.02.09 Two Controversial Cases in New Haven History: The Amistad Affair (1839) and The Black Panther Trials (1970)
89.05.08 The Roots of The Modern Day African Americans And The Suggested Motivation For A Bright Future (Actual Experiences of Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass And Joseph Sengbe (Cinque))
90.02.08 The Amistad Affair: Problem Solving Applied Through Theater
02.01.02 Looking at Human Struggle Through The Language Arts Curriculum: The Faces of Slavery

Architecture
83.01.04 Looking At History Through Architecture
83.01.05 Living in Style—The New Haven Green and Its Architecture

Troup Building
93.01.09 Enjoying the Symbolism in the Troup Building

Colonial Life
89.05.02 Stepping Into A Colonial Family, A Primary Student’s Perspective of Colonial Crafts, Customs and Traditions
03.02.04 History of Early New Haven: A Connection to Our Past
03.02.08 Leaving England and Coming to New Haven with John Davenport

Ethnicity in
89.01.12 Cultural Communities of New Haven
97.04.01 The City of New Haven

Fair Haven
89.01.03 The Community and You: Learning Your Way Around Fair Haven
06.02.03 ¿Dónde Estábamos? Where Were We: Using Oral History to Teach Immigration

General
78.02.09 Two Controversial Cases in New Haven History: The Amistad Affair (1839) and The Black Panther Trials (1970)
91.05.08 Mathematics Through Nutrition
91.01.04 The Victorian Age: A People in Search of Themselves as Seen Through Their Architecture
91.02.09 Changing Images of Childhood in America: Colonial, Federal and Modern England
99.03.02 Those Who Built New Haven
11.02.02 H.O.T. on Artifacts
13.02.10 New Haven History: Block by Block

Green
05.03.04 Memory and Place on the New Haven Green, 1638-1876

Harbor

Nineteenth Century
80.02.04 New Haven: Its Ships and Its Trades, 1800-1920

Industrial
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth

Maritime
79.03.02 New Haven—Maritime History and Arts

Monuments
85.06.08 Touchstones

Newhallville
89.01.10 Communities in Transition
89.01.14 Newhallville:A Neighborhood of Changing Prosperity

Photographs
06.01.03 New Haven, Then and Now: A Story in Photographs

Porches
05.03.01 The Architectural and Social Space of the American Front Porch

New York City

Industrial Revolution
01.05.01 The East River Bridges of New York: An Expression of American Industrial Expansion

September 11, 2001 attacks
11.01.05 Visual Images as Communication

Nineteenth Century
87.02.06 Utopian Communities: European Roots, American Realities
12.01.08 Art and Conflict: The Visual Struggle
13.02.07 Cityscapes and the American Identity

Social Movements
89.01.04 Utopian Communities, 1800-1890

North Carolina

Prejudice
91.01.03 Carefully Taught: The Effect of Regions on Prejudice

Persian Gulf War
96.02.08 The Gulf War and its Consequences
96.02.10 Is Gulf War Syndrome a Significant Health Issue the U.S. Government has Tried to Cover Up?

Personalities
82.02.06 American Personalities: Autobiographical Sketches
11.02.06 Domestic Terrorists

Pioneers
98.01.04 Mr. Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of Early Pioneer Life Through Film
02.04.07 Improving Writing Skills in an American History Classroom

Popular Culture
95.02.04 Women in Film: What are They Telling Us?
99.04.07 Lessons in Drama: Detective Fiction and the Interactive Audience

Presidents
90.03.07 Presidents in the Parks

Prohibition
78.03.03 Prohibition As A Reform

Public Health
09.05.05 A Minuscule Adversary: Combating Epidemics and Infectious Diseases in America
15.02.07 A Turn of the Century Reading of Yellow Death: A Story of Medical Sleuthing
20.01.10 Women in Fiction / Women in Fact: Power and Worth Exposed by Pandemics

Racism
94.04.02 What am I Equal to?
97.04.03 Expanding the Village: Including Diversity in an Interdistrict Magnet High School Saturday Program
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny
98.04.07 Land is the Basis of All Independence
14.03.01 Due Process Ignored: Lynching and American Culture
15.02.01 History of a Social Construction: How Racism Created Race in America
19.02.05 On Teaching Race in the Classroom: A Foundational Thematic Approach to Race & Law in the US History Curriculum
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020

Reconstruction
08.01.06 Accountability and Reconstruction after the United States Civil War

Regions, Regionalism
91.01.02 The Law in the North and South as It Relates to Business from the 1900s to the 1990s
91.01.03 Carefully Taught: The Effect of Regions on Prejudice

Revolutionary War
92.04.02 Colonial Living: A Look at the Arts, Crafts, History, and Literature of Early Americans
97.02.01 Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
97.03.05 All American Girl
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny
98.03.06 Common Ground: Masks from a Cultural Perspective
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices
11.01.07 Painting a Portrait through Time Using Words and Images: The Revolutionary War
12.01.01 History through Art: The American Revolution and the Colonial New World (1750–1850)
12.01.09 Interpreting the Imagery of War
12.01.10 Questioning the Accuracy of War Images: John Trumbull's Paintings of the American Revolution and Photographs from the American Civil War

Segregation

Housing
19.02.01 Race and the Law: The Story of Housing and School Segregation in the United States

Settler Colonialism
19.02.04 Incorporating Native American History and Settler Colonialism in the AP United States History Course

Sex Roles
82.06.09 How Changing Sex Roles Have Affected the Family Unit in the United States

The Sixties
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965

Civil Unrest
83.04.01 What do they want? Critical Perspectives on the 1960’s in the United States
83.04.02 Peace and Aggression: A Challenge of Our Time
83.04.04 The Sixties: Notes of Discord

Journalism and
83.04.03 The News Media’s Coverage of the Vietnam War
83.04.05 The Revolution in Journalism with an Emphasis on the 1960’s and 1970’s

Technology in
83.04.06 IBM and the Growth of Computer Technology: Teaching History in Computer Education
83.04.07 Electronic Surveillance: Unlawful Invasion of Privacy or Justifiable Law Enforcement

Warren Court
04.01.07 The Legacy of the Warren Court

Slavery (see Slavery)
92.04.02 Colonial Living: A Look at the Arts, Crafts, History, and Literature of Early Americans
98.04.03 Drama and Destiny
98.04.07 Land is the Basis of All Independence
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
02.01.02 Looking at Human Struggle Through The Language Arts Curriculum: The Faces of Slavery
03.02.02 Our Side of the Story: African Americans Share Their Experiences of Slavery

Autobiography
85.05.02 Slave Narratives: Black Autobiography in Nineteenth-Century America
95.02.06 Lincoln, Douglass and Black Emergence: Literature and Politics, 1840-1865

Dred Scott
04.01.02 The Supreme Court and American Society: The Dred Scott Case
14.03.07 The Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments and the Dred Scott Decision: An Unlikely Stop on the Way to Citizenship

Slave Trade
02.01.05 Middle Passage: A Journey of Endurance

South (see History, African Americans)
91.01.03 Carefully Taught: The Effect of Regions on Prejudice
91.01.05 The South in Literature

Spanish American War
78.03.07 Empire Beyond the Seas

Speeches
06.03.03 Persuasively Speaking: Teaching Persuasive Writing through Great American Speeches

Sports

Football
10.01.06 Gridiron Consumers: The Billion-Dollar Ascent of Football in America

Suburbanization
10.01.01 Government Policy through the Lens of Suburban Development

Supreme Court
16.03.02 The Citizenship Complex: Why the Vote Matters in the Race for Freedom and Equality for All

Brown v. Board of Education
04.01.05 Who Put the You in Utopia?
04.01.09 What’s in a Word: Investigating the Language of the Brown v. Board Era
19.02.01 Race and the Law: The Story of Housing and School Segregation in the United States

Dred Scott Decision
04.01.02 The Supreme Court and American Society: The Dred Scott Case

Terrorism
11.02.06 Domestic Terrorists

Toys

As Evidence in
85.06.04 Toys Are Us

Twentieth Century
78.03.06 America’s Wars, 1898-1945
79.02.01 The Foreign Policies of Harry S. Truman
79.02.03 Student Protest in the 1960s
15.02.09 Film as Representations of American Democracy and Oppression in the Long 20th Century

Suburbanization
10.01.01 Government Policy through the Lens of Suburban Development

Wars
02.03.01 Just War Theory and the Wars of the 20th Century
02.03.02 Questions of War and Peace: Using Case Studies to Teach the History of American Foreign Policy

Vietnam
08.01.05 Accountability in the My Lai Massacre

United States Constitution
82.03.03 The United States Constitution
87.03.08 The United States Constitution and Selected Amendments
90.02.10 Acting Up In Contemporary Law
92.01.03 Eyes on the Prize: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1954 to 1965
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates
98.04.06 Letters to an Unborn Patriot
00.02.04 Search and Seizure
00.03.06 Privacy Issues and Disabled Persons
16.03.01 The Price of Freedom
16.03.05 Citizenship and its Ability to Change Lives

and Student/Teacher Rights
88.01.02 The Constitution, Censorship and the Schools: Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes

Vietnam

My Lai
08.01.05 Accountability in the My Lai Massacre

Voting
16.03.01 The Price of Freedom
16.03.02 The Citizenship Complex: Why the Vote Matters in the Race for Freedom and Equality for All
16.03.04 Citizenship and Identity through the Lens of a Presidential Campaign
16.03.05 Citizenship and its Ability to Change Lives

Weapons Allocation to Iran
82.04.08 The United States and Iran: The Allocation of Weapon Systems as an Imperialist Tool to Protect Capitalist Interest

Westward Expansion
87.04.06 Three Literary Views of the American Frontier
97.03.04 Keeping the Home Fires: The lives of Western women
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women
99.03.03 Native Americans and the Clash of Cultures: Then and Now
01.04.09 Native American-Culture in Crisis
01.04.10 Debunking the Myth of the American West
02.04.07 Improving Writing Skills in an American History Classroom

Women (see Women)
78.03.09 Women Writing: 1890-Present
78.03.10 Woman: Her American Experience
95.02.04 Women in Film: What are They Telling Us?
97.03.02 Women: Stride Toward Freedom
97.03.04 Keeping the Home Fires: The lives of Western women
97.03.05 All American Girl
97.03.08 Common Threads Weave Together the Lives of Civil War Women
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates
98.04.06 Letters to an Unborn Patriot
16.03.04 Citizenship and Identity through the Lens of a Presidential Campaign
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020
20.01.07 Case Studies on Women and their Impact on Society: Using Powerful Narratives of Women to Teach the CRAIGs.

Wars, Impact of
02.03.09 How War Changed the Role of Women in the United States
15.02.03 Women, War and Propaganda: Cultural Connections in the Long 20th Century

Native American
03.02.05 Native Americans of the East Coast: With Special Reference to Iroquois, Pequot and Powhatan Women.

Women's Movement
82.06.09 How Changing Sex Roles Have Affected the Family Unit in the United States
90.02.09 What’s A Nice Girl Like Me Doing in a Place Like This?
97.03.02 Women: Stride Toward Freedom

World War I
13.01.10 The First World War: How, When and Why?

World War II

General
80.06.01 The World War II Holocaust

the Holocaust
02.01.01 The Holocaust: Survival Stories
02.01.04 Surviving the Struggle: Ruby Bridges, Ryan White, and Anne Frank

Japanese American Internment
08.01.04 Japanese-American Internment and the United States Government

Literature
97.02.03 World War II As Seen Through Children's Literature
97.02.04 Using Children's Literature to Understand Working Women and Children During World War II

Pearl Harbor
82.03.01 When Military Necessity Overrides Constitutional Guarantees: The Treatment of Japanese Americans During World War II
02.01.03 Jewels of Endurance
11.01.05 Visual Images as Communication

Ancient Egyptian
85.06.07 Egyptian Tomb Art: Expressions of Religious Beliefs
90.02.07 “Come-Alive” Social Studies: A Study of Cultures Through Play-Writing

Ancient Mexican
85.06.02 Mexican Culture Taught Through the Aztec Calendar
92.03.04 Cathedrals, Pyramids and Mosques

through Art
02.01.07 His Story, Her Story, Our Story / Narrating History Through Art

Aviation in
90.07.03 Mankind’s Fascination With Flight
90.07.10 Historical Developments of the Aircraft Industry with Mathematical Applications

Aztecs
92.02.01 The Indians’ Discovery of Columbus

Balkan Folktales

Ancient
84.02.01 Looking North Of The Greek World: The Slavic Folk Poetry of The Balkans

British
98.03.05 Mohandas Gandhi: The Art of Nonviolence
12.01.02 The Stories Artwork Tells: Opening Doorways Into Creativity
12.01.06 Using Art to Develop Purposeful Talk and Enhance Writer's Workshop

Artillery (1780-1880)
81.02.04 Major Cannon of Great Britain and America from 1780-1880 as a Model to Promote the Concept of ‘Living History’

Industrial Revolution
81.02.06 The Industrial Revolution
82.04.05 Victorian Seedlings of the Twentieth Century

Social History
87.04.03 Historians Are Real People: When Stories Are True

Chinese

Ancient

Shang Dynasty
98.03.01 Shang Bronzes: A Window into Ancient Chinese Culture (1523 B.C.-1028 B.C.)

Terracotta Warriors
07.02.02 China: Soldiers, Sudoku and Stories

Women
84.04.03 Women in Traditional China and their Portrayal in Chinese Folktales

Fourteen Century

Ibn Battuta
07.02.11 Traveling with Ibn Battuta and the Plague through the Islamic World, China, Europe, and Mexico, 1325-1350

General
81.02.05 China: Portrait of Change

Civil Disobedience

and Passive Resistance
87.03.02 Non-violent Protest Through The Ages

Colonialism

in Africa
03.01.02 Africa, Africans, and Film

British

in India
98.03.05 Mohandas Gandhi: The Art of Nonviolence

in South Africa
98.03.05 Mohandas Gandhi: The Art of Nonviolence

Environmental effects
05.05.10 Harvesting the New World: Changing Land Uses and Contact Between Cultures in Colonial Times

Crusades
07.02.03 Fact versus Film: How Hollywood Depicts the Crusades in the Kingdom of Heaven

Cuban
89.03.02 The Heritage of Puerto Rico and Cuba

Energy Use
04.04.09 Fueling around with Energy: A Comparative Study of Conventional and Renewable Energy Use among Nations

Ethnic Wars

Early 20th Century
02.03.04 Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in the Early 20th Century

European

Crusades
07.02.03 Fact versus Film: How Hollywood Depicts the Crusades in the Kingdom of Heaven

the Holocaust
02.01.01 The Holocaust: Survival Stories
02.01.04 Surviving the Struggle: Ruby Bridges, Ryan White, and Anne Frank
03.01.09 Anti-Semitism: Origins and Background

the Inquisition
03.01.10 How Fear Threatens Freedom, A Thematic Approach: From the Inquisition to the McCarthy Era

Middle Ages
86.03.03 Medieval Life: Squires, Maidens and Peasants
92.03.04 Cathedrals, Pyramids and Mosques

Plague
07.02.11 Traveling with Ibn Battuta and the Plague through the Islamic World, China, Europe, and Mexico, 1325-1350

Pogroms
03.01.09 Anti-Semitism: Origins and Background

Reformation
86.03.04 The Ideas and Ideals of Man, From the Renaissance to the Reformation

Renaissance

General
86.03.04 The Ideas and Ideals of Man, From the Renaissance to the Reformation
86.03.06 Feasts, Fairs and Festivals: Mirrors of Renaissance Society

Urban
86.03.07 The Vision of the City in the Mind’s Eye, 1250-1700

Exploration

Infection Diseases
09.05.03 Introduction to the Diseases of Smallpox, Measles and Influenza and the Effects on the Indigenous Populations on the Continent of North America

Fashion
91.02.01 History through Fashion
01.04.11 A Chronological Look Through Fashion History: A Trip Through Fashion History as Art and Film
11.02.01 Buttons through the Ages: Is the Newer Really Always Better?

Filipino
96.04.05 The Diversity of Filipinos in the United States

French (see France)
90.01.08 Spain and France Influence in Europe and in the New World
91.02.01 History through Fashion

Seventeenth Century
86.03.02 Masks, Costumes, Ceremony: Life in Seventeenth Century France

Nineteenth Century
01.02.02 Impressionism: Reflections of a Culture

Twentieth Century

in Indochina
02.03.05 Debating the Future of Indochina in 1945: Making Your Case

during Occupation 1940-44
02.03.06 Expression under Suppression: The Artistic Response to the Occupation of France during World War II

Geography
07.02.07 Ibn Battuta's Journey by Land and by Sea: Investigating Cultural Landscapes
07.02.08 The Expansion of Maps and Minds before 1500: Christopher Columbus, Ibn Battuta, and Google Earth

Greek

Ancient
84.02.01 Looking North Of The Greek World: The Slavic Folk Poetry of The Balkans
84.02.02 Twentieth-Century Oracles
84.02.03 Sophocles' Oedipus Rex
98.03.09 The Warrior Role in Greek Society

Guadeloupe
92.02.04 Adventure in the Caribbean Effects of the discovery of Haiti- Martinique and Guadeloupe

Hispanic (see Latin America)

Latin American
86.02.02 The Evolvement of Latin American Cultural Consciousness . . . From its Roots in the Old World to its Impact on the Americas
86.02.03 1986 Capsule: Hispanic Influence in the New World
86.02.04 A New World and the Emergence of a New Race
86.02.06 The Chronicles of the New World, Shakespeare’s The Tempest, and E.S.O.L Instruction
92.02.07 Windows of Time Since 1492
05.02.05 The Americas in America: Un Mar de Identidades

Latinos (U.S.)
05.02.06 Hispanic Heritage Month: What Are We Celebrating, Anyway?
06.02.03 ¿Dónde Estábamos? Where Were We: Using Oral History to Teach Immigration
15.02.06 Latino Identity in the Civil Rights Movement

Mexican American
84.03.01 The Mexican-American Influence on the United States
84.03.02 Hispanic Immigrants: Trials and Tribulations

Panamanian
84.03.04 A Folklore Approach to Teaching Spanish Exploratory Classes

Puerto Rican
84.03.02 Hispanic Immigrants: Trials and Tribulations
84.03.08 The Art of the Puerto Rican People
86.02.01 Spain in Puerto Rico: The Early Settlements
87.01.04 Puerto Rico . . . Its Land, History, Culture, and Literature
89.03.02 The Heritage of Puerto Rico and Cuba
91.02.06 The Heritage and Culture of Puerto Ricans
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present

Indian

Independence Movement
98.03.05 Mohandas Gandhi: The Art of Nonviolence

Madras
81.01.02 Madras (India) and Boston—A Comparative Study and Analysis

Indochina
02.03.05 Debating the Future of Indochina in 1945: Making Your Case

Institutions

Postal Service
78.01.02 Letters and The Postal Service: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Iranian

Arms Trade
82.04.08 The United States and Iran: The Allocation of Weapon Systems as an Imperialist Tool to Protect Capitalist Interest

Islamic
11.02.02 H.O.T. on Artifacts

Hajj
07.02.04 The 1183-1185 Hajj of Ibn Jubayr and Teaching Islam
07.02.07 Ibn Battuta's Journey by Land and by Sea: Investigating Cultural Landscapes

Italian

New Haven
78.02.06 Italians and Blacks in New Haven: The Establishment of Two Ethnic Communities

Italian American
83.06.03 Italian-American Legacy

Japanese (see Japan)

Art
82.04.03 Visions of People: The Influences of Japanese Prints—Ukiyo-e Upon Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century French Art

Japanese American
93.03.06 Multi-Cultural Theater: A Reflection of Societal Issues and Ills

Internment during World War II
08.01.04 Japanese-American Internment and the United States Government

Jewish
03.01.09 Anti-Semitism: Origins and Background

Holocaust
05.02.01 Anatomy of Your Enemy

Latin American
92.02.06 Dividing the Spoils: Portugal and Spain in South America
98.01.07 Heroes and Villains of the Rain Forest: Latin American History through Film
19.02.03 Latinx History

and African American

European Influence
87.01.01 An Analysis of “The Highroad of Saint James” by Alejo Carpentier

Catholic Church
82.05.07 The History of the Catholic Church in Latin America and Liberation Theology
92.02.06 Dividing the Spoils: Portugal and Spain in South America

Dictatorship and Transition
08.01.07 Dictatorship and Transition in the Southern Cone

Slave Revolts
85.04.06 Revolts Against Colonial Rule in Latin America in the Early Nineteenth Century

Medical

Discovery of X-ray
83.07.01 An Historical Overview of the Discovery of the X-Ray

Mexican (see Mexico)

Pre-Colombian
84.03.03 Pre-Colombian Mythology
92.03.04 Cathedrals, Pyramids and Mosques
07.02.11 Traveling with Ibn Battuta and the Plague through the Islamic World, China, Europe, and Mexico, 1325-1350

Spanish Conquest
99.02.07 Broken Shields/Enduring Culture

Middle Eastern
02.02.01 ‘Desert Fever’: A Student-Centered Approach to Learning About the Middle East
07.02.04 The 1183-1185 Hajj of Ibn Jubayr and Teaching Islam
07.02.06 An African Pilgrim-King and a World-Traveler: Mansa Musa and Ibn Battuta
11.02.02 H.O.T. on Artifacts

of Monuments
93.01.06 Preserving Memory: A Study of Monuments and Memorials

Native American (see Native Americans)
79.02.05 The African and the Pequot in Colonial America
91.04.01 Finding New Voices: Native American Poets
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates
99.03.07 The Non-Immigrants Immigrants: Puerto Ricans
15.01.01 A Year in the Life of an Algonquian Family
15.01.02 Memoir, Identity and History in the Works of Sherman Alexie: An Insider's Outsider Perspective
15.01.05 A Study of American Indian History: Cultural Identity and Artistic Expression
15.01.06 Overcoming the Absence of Native Americans in the History Curriculum
15.01.07 Contemporary Native American Fictional Accounts of Hope and Fear
15.01.08 The Surviving and Thriving of Cultures: Foundational Study of American Indian History for Literature

Aztec
85.06.02 Mexican Culture Taught Through the Aztec Calendar
92.02.01 The Indians’ Discovery of Columbus
99.02.11 Reflections in the Mirror: A Visual Journal and Mural Inspired by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Cherokee
15.01.03 Teaching Young Children About the Cherokee Trail Of Tears

French and Indian War
02.01.08 Child Survival Stories: Hope to Cope

Northwest Coast Indians
85.06.01 Totem Poles of the North American Northwest Coast Indians

Plains Indians
03.02.03 Plains Indians: An Interdisciplinary Unit of Study

Relocation
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present
15.01.03 Teaching Young Children About the Cherokee Trail Of Tears

Southwestern
91.01.01 Between Aztlan and Quivira: Europeans and Indians in the Southwestern United States

Photography

War
06.01.01 War Photography: Propaganda, Outrage, and Empathy

Environment
06.01.02 The Photographed Environment in America

Puerto Rican

Political
80.06.08 Puerto Rican Cultural Differences in Politics
82.05.02 Political Development of Puerto Ricans in New Haven
99.03.07 The Non-Immigrants Immigrants: Puerto Ricans

Roman
17.01.02 Accomodatio et Transformatio: Spartacus, Slavery, and the Red Scare

Aqueducts
06.04.04 Aqueduct Architecture: Moving Water to the Masses in Ancient Rome

of Science

of Disease
99.05.01 Discovery Through Experimentation - Past and Present
99.05.03 The Rediscovery of Matter: A Historical Trek through Classical Chemistry

of Electricity
89.07.01 Teaching Some Basic Concepts of Electricity

Personalities
82.02.09 Scientific Autobiography

South American
90.01.06 South American Immigration: Argentina

Spanish
90.01.08 Spain and France Influence in Europe and in the New World

Basques
02.03.08 History and War: What About the Children?

Teaching of

with Computers
83.04.06 IBM and the Growth of Computer Technology: Teaching History in Computer Education

Methods
82.01.04 The Student Detective—A Textbook Investigation
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices

with Primary Sources
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices
05.03.02 Building Historical Understanding by Exploring American Landscapes

Writing Instruction
81.04.03 The Sparkplugs: Special Occasions for writing In the History Classroom
02.04.07 Improving Writing Skills in an American History Classroom

of Technology

Computers
99.07.07 The Cultural Impact of Computer Technology

Tenochtitlan
93.01.08 The Exchange, Destruction and Reconstruction of Architectural Signs and Symbols in Mexico-Tenochtitlan: A History of Order and Power

United Nations
02.03.03 Investigating Conflict Resolution Through the United Nations

World

Before 1500

Voyages
07.02.01 Teaching the Epic of Gilgamesh
07.02.02 China: Soldiers, Sudoku and Stories
07.02.03 Fact versus Film: How Hollywood Depicts the Crusades in the Kingdom of Heaven
07.02.04 The 1183-1185 Hajj of Ibn Jubayr and Teaching Islam
07.02.05 Two Twelfth-Century Couples: Heloise and Abelard of France and Li Qingzhao and Zhao Mingcheng of China
07.02.06 An African Pilgrim-King and a World-Traveler: Mansa Musa and Ibn Battuta
07.02.07 Ibn Battuta's Journey by Land and by Sea: Investigating Cultural Landscapes
07.02.08 The Expansion of Maps and Minds before 1500: Christopher Columbus, Ibn Battuta, and Google Earth
07.02.09 Who First Reached America: The Vikings, the Chinese Admiral Zheng He, or Columbus?
07.02.10 The Voyages of Kennewick Man, Gilgamesh, Ashoka, Leif Eriksson, Li Qingzhao, and Ibn Battuta
07.02.11 Traveling with Ibn Battuta and the Plague through the Islamic World, China, Europe, and Mexico, 1325-1350

World War II
80.06.01 The World War II Holocaust
02.01.01 The Holocaust: Survival Stories

Japanese American Internment
08.01.04 Japanese-American Internment and the United States Government

HIV Infection (see AIDS)

Holmes, Sherlock
89.04.04 Sherlock Holmes: Teaching English Through Detective Fiction

Homer
83.02.01 The Odyssey: A Deeper Appreciation
83.02.02 A View of The Odyssey
84.02.09 The Iliad—A Practical Approach

The Iliad
98.02.09 Writing through Myths

The Odyssey
87.02.02 The Odyssey and The Morte Darthur: Reading and Making Observations for Writing and Discussion
98.02.09 Writing through Myths
10.02.10 I Like What I Like, Because I Like It! An Epistemological Approach to Literary Analysis and Interpretation
17.01.03 Anime and the Art of Storytelling

Hopper, Edward

American Painting
89.05.01 The Hopper-Ville Express

Hughes, Langston

Adolescent Suicide
89.02.02 A Special Education Curriculum Guide: Dealing with Death, Depression and Suicide Using Poetry

Autobiography
91.03.07 African-American Autobiography for the Middle School Student

Biography
79.01.03 The Stranger Redeemed: A Portrait of a Black Poet
91.03.01 Langston Hughes: Voice Among Voices
91.04.03 In Search of Afro-American Poets in Modern Times

Literature
79.01.03 The Stranger Redeemed: A Portrait of a Black Poet

Poetry
87.03.04 Understanding and Appreciating Poetry: Afro-Americans and Their Poetry
91.03.01 Langston Hughes: Voice Among Voices
91.04.03 In Search of Afro-American Poets in Modern Times
94.02.07 We, Too, Sing America
96.01.01 An Analysis of Jim Crow Laws and their Effects on Race Relations
96.01.02 Langston Hughes: Artist and Historian

Short Stories
91.03.01 Langston Hughes: Voice Among Voices

Hugo, Victor

Les Miserables
87.02.10 Les Misérables

Hurston, Zora Neale

Autobiography of
88.03.03 Reading and Writing the Autobiography With a Study of Zora Neale Hurston



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