Sectionalism, Slavery, and Growth of the Republic Additional Resources

Sectionalism, Slavery, and Growth of the Republic Activities

ETHS Activity Cards: Slavery, Civil War and Reconstruction

1850's Timeline Activity: Teacher's Guide/Answer Sheet

1850's Timeline Activity

Anthony Burns & the Fugitive Slave Act Activity

Dred Scott Reader's Theater

Eli Whitney's Obituary Activity

Teacher's Guide for Industrialization Activity

Trail of Tears Activity

Lowell Factory Girls Activity, Constitution Front

Lowell Factory Girls Activity, Activity Instructions for Constitution

Declaration of Sentiments Activity

Industrial Revolution Lesson Plan from EDSITEment

Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin  Essay from National Archives

Lincoln Douglass Debates Lesson Plan from Lincoln-Douglas Debates Digital Classroom

Sectionalism, Slavery, and Growth of the Republic Web Links

1860 Slave Population Map for Tennessee

Lowell National Historical Park Website for Lowell National Historical Park 

Lowell Mill Girl Choose your own adventure style game on the life of a factory girl

Erie Canal Museum Website of the Erie Canal Museum

The Nation Moves Toward War 1850-1861 Primary Source Set from the Library of Congress

Western Expansion Primary Source set from the Library of Congress

The West Companion website to Ken Burn’s series The West. The site has a wealth of primary sources (both documents and images) as well as secondary sources and lesson plans.