U.S. History

In this course, we will explore the time just before the Civil War through the Great Depression.  We will not only be learning facts about this period in time, but we will endeavor to make connections between the past and our own lives.  We will discover how the history of the United States impacts the way we live and the way we fit into our global community. 

We will take a look at history through the eyes of ALL the different kinds of people who lived through it using primary source documents and alternate accounts along with our traditional textbook.  

Below, you will find links to the syllabus, your assignments, supplementary materials and study guides. This web page, along with CSIU, will provide you with the tools you need to be successful. Check back often. If you see something that you don't understand, feel free to email me.  

The calendar below will contain a short bit of text discussing each day.  For more information, click on that text.  That will open up a larger box with details about assignments and due dates.  For large project deadlines, or last minute adjustments, I will also utilize REMIND.  To sign up for text alerts, follow the directions for REMIND linked below the calendar.

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Think about whether John Brown should be considered a hero or a terrorist.  Sep 6, 2017, 6:01 AM Marilee Phillips
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