ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND SLAVERY
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Lincoln’s evolving view of slavery is exposed in chronologically arranged quotations from his letters and speeches; editorials reveal America’s response. Sample documents: excerpts from the Lincoln-Douglas debates, a timeline of the evolution of emancipation, and 1864 editorials from Harper’s Weekly and the Chicago Tribune. Six lessons include source documents, reproducible worksheets, and guided activities.
This title is part of the series: NATIONAL CENTER FOR HISTORY IN THE SCHOOLS
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National Center for History in the Schools