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Primary Sources, Civil Rights Movement

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Item #: 901-JV66361
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Primary Source Packs include more than 20 historical documents to help students think critically and analytically, interpret events, and question the various perspectives of history. Award: Academics’ Choice Awards for the Smart Book Award US 2015
  • Size: 8.5 x 11"
  • 20 primary source documents in each pack
  • By Carole Marsh
The Civil Rights Movement Primary Sources will help your students build common core skills including: Analysis Critical Thinking Point of View Compare and Contrast Order of Events And Much More! The 20 Civil Rights Movement Primary Sources are: 1. Photograph of African American boy at a water fountain outside the Halifax County Courthouse in Halifax, North Carolina – April 19382. Photograph of an African American going in the colored entrance of the Crescent Theatre in Belzoni, Mississippi, on a Saturday afternoon – October 19393. Photograph of George E. C. Hayes, Thurgood Marshall, and James M. Nacrite celebrating their Brown v. Board of Education victory – May 17, 19544. Photograph of racial integration at Barnard Elementary School in Washington, D. C. – 19555. Police report on arrest of Rosa Parks - December 1, 19556. Photograph of the 101st Airborne escorting the “Little Rock Nine” into Little Rock Central High School – September 25, 19577. Photograph of a letter from Daisy Bates, publisher of the Arkansas State Press, to NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins, on the treatment of the “Little Rock Nine” - December 17, 19578. Letter from Jackie Robinson to President Dwight D. Eisenhower expressing a personal plea for a demonstration of support for African Americans – May 13, 19589. Photograph of SNCC leader John Lewis and Jim Zweig after being beaten during the Freedom Rides – Montgomery, Alabama – May 20, 196110. Photograph of James Meredith walking to class at the University of Mississippi, accompanied by U. S. Marshals – October 1, 196211. Photograph of Alabama Governor George Wallace attempting to block racial integration at the University of Alabama – confronted by Deputy U. S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach – June 11, 196312. Photograph of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy speaking to a crowd outside the Justice Department – June 14, 196313. Photograph of President John F. Kennedy with Civil Rights leaders – March on Washington – August 28, 196314. Photograph of the Civil Rights March on Washington, D. C. – Lincoln Memorial – August 28, 196315. Photograph of Civil Rights March on Washington, D. C. – August 28, 196316. Letter from a child to President John F. Kennedy concerning civil rights issues in Birmingham, Alabama – September 196317. Photograph of a group of African Americans viewing the bomb-damaged home of Arthur Shores, NAACP attorney – Birmingham, Alabama – September 5, 196318. Photograph of President Lyndon Johnson meeting with Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King, Jr. , Whitney Young, and James Farmer – White House Oval Office – January 18, 196419. Photograph of participants marching in the Civil Rights March from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama – March 196520. Photograph of President Lyndon Johnson, Martin Luther King, Jr. , and Rosa Parks at the signing of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 – August 6, 1965
Audience : Students Brand : Gallopade Contents : 1 Book Customizable : No
Education Subject Matter : Geography Media Format : Printed Book Number of Pages : 15 Quantity : 1
School Grade : Multi-Grade Subject and Theme : Learing Title : PRIMARY SOURCES CIVIL RIGHTS True Color : Multicolor
Type of Books : Book Weight : 0.06 lbs. per Each Weight (lbs.) : 0.2
Weight : 0.06 lbs. per Each