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http://www.pbs.org/civilwar/images/This is the PBS site titled Images of the Civil War. Here is the page's description:Archival images played an essential role in the creation of The Civil War. Throughout the film, Ken Burns uses these images to draw us into the story, showing us the people, places and events captured by Civil War photographers' glass-plate negatives.Explore the work of these photographers through this special feature developed in partnership with The Library of Congress. Examine the story told by each detail in an image, experiment with storytelling or browse through a collection of nearly 200 images arranged by topic.Within this Feature:There are three sections within this feature. The first two two sections, Telling Details and Telling A Story are interactive and require the Flash plugin from Macromedia. The third section will work without the plugin.
http://www.civilwarphotogallery.com/The Civil War Photo Galley allows people to share images from the Civil War. It is a good source for primary source documents and keeping a consistent theme.
http://sunsite.utk.edu/civil-war/warweb.html#crisisThis site shows the secession crisis and the events leading up to in in and organized timeline. You click on each topic to learn more about it. There are maps provided as well, which would be a nice/required addition to any project.
Oki doki thanx read the email >w<
Here is a site that has a worksheet with 11 causes and descriptions. It helped me get started in a very organized way on Wednesday! Hope it helps!http://ushistory.pwnet.org/resources/pdf/Events.pdf
Here is a resource: http://ushistory.pwnet.org/resources/pdf/Events.pdfIt gives a description of certain events (and other events) that are even on the list Miss Bailin sent out.
Read the email!!! :)
Thanks @Kiana and Lisa
I reads the email :D
http://americanhistory.about.com/od/beforethewar/g/compromise1850.htm has info on the the 1850 Compromise
http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/featured_documents/emancipation_proclamation/ Info on the Emancipation Proclomation
For ripping videos from youtube you can use keepvid.com just remember to press "allow" and after its done downloading quit safari. You can also use video2mp3.net for ripping music from youtube.
Here is a url to a website that has a time line of events that lead up to the civil war. http://www.legendsofamerica.com/ah-civilwartimeline.html It has more than one page and starts in 1619
@Devon...good shares. @Blizzity...great advice. @Luke...Thanks for sharing!! :)
http://www.archives.gov/research/civil-war/Has a lot of helpful links for pictures, info, and other stuff.
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Thanks for your advice Ms. Bailin! I read the email!
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I know its kind of late to post a website but this place has basic info on many of the subjects in the Civil War, and you don't have to read ten pages.http://www.u-s-history.com/Just search in the custom google search at the top and click the first link.