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Judgment Day: For and Against Freedom
http://www.pbs.org/w...
This lesson uses a program segment and primary sources to deepen understanding of the militant phase of anti-slavery activism inspired by the pamphlets, newspapers, speeches, and organized campaigns of early 19th-century abolitionists. Students can perform guided research into the lives and ideologies of famous abolitionists, notably women abolitionists, and create fictional dialogues between them.

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Edgar Allan Poe Biographical Information
http://www.poemuseum...
This site provides biographical information about Poe and tours the Poe museum. This is an excellent source for research.

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How to Do Research
http://www.kyvl.org/...
An interactive tutorial for walking through each step of the research process. It includes how to plan, search for information, take notes, use the information, write a report, and evaluate your research process.

Learning Activities


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Judgment Day: For and Against Freedom
http://www.pbs.org/w...
This lesson uses a program segment and primary sources to deepen understanding of the militant phase of anti-slavery activism inspired by the pamphlets, newspapers, speeches, and organized campaigns of early 19th-century abolitionists. Students can perform guided research into the lives and ideologies of famous abolitionists, notably women abolitionists, and create fictional dialogues between them.

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How to Do Research
http://www.kyvl.org/...
An interactive tutorial for walking through each step of the research process. It includes how to plan, search for information, take notes, use the information, write a report, and evaluate your research process.

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How to Do Research
http://www.kyvl.org/...
An interactive tutorial for walking through each step of the research process. It includes how to plan, search for information, take notes, use the information, write a report, and evaluate your research process.

Save to ALEX | Share Share | Show Details
Edgar Allan Poe Biographical Information
http://www.poemuseum...
This site provides biographical information about Poe and tours the Poe museum. This is an excellent source for research.

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