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5.5.7 interpret a primary reading sample PRIMARY SOURCE - is a piece from the time period and by the original author Diary entries Journals Speeches Actual text of laws Newspaper stories of the time period. 5.5.7 interpret a primary reading sample

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5.5.7 interpret a primary reading sample

PRIMARY SOURCE - is a piece from the time period and by the original author

Diary entries

Journals

Speeches

Actual text of laws

Newspaper stories of the time period

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5.5.7 interpret a primary reading sample

An excerpt from a speech by Franklin Roosevelt is a PRIMARY source.

A biography of Franklin Roosevelt is a SECONDARY source.

The textbook is a SECONDARY source. The textbook may contain PRIMARY sources for reference.

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5.5.8 recognize examples of how the U.S. confronted Civil Rights issues (I.e., Brown v. BOE, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Birmingham civil rights march, American Indian Movement, Civil Rights Act 1964

In the 1970’s Native Americans organized briefly to lobby the government for restoration of their tribal lands and rights.

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5.5.8 recognize examples of how the U.S. confronted Civil Rights issues (I.e., Brown v. BOE, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Birmingham civil rights march, American Indian Movement, Civil Rights Act 1964

Brown v. BOE

Supreme Court struck down “separate but equal” doctrine in place since Plessy v. Ferguson 1896 - called for desegregation of public schools

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5.5.8 recognize examples of how the U.S. confronted Civil Rights issues (I.e., Brown v. BOE, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Birmingham civil rights march, American Indian Movement, Civil Rights Act 1964

ROSA PARKS

Montgomery Bus Boycott

Brought national attention to civil rights movement

Boycott worked and bus company changed policy

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5.5.8 recognize examples of how the U.S. confronted Civil Rights issues (I.e., Brown v. BOE, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Birmingham civil rights march, American Indian Movement, Civil Rights Act 1964

Civil Rights Act 1964

Promoted and signed by President Johnson

Provided for equal treatment under the law for all Americans - discrimination illegal in public facilities or employment

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5.6.1 recognize people who contributed to reform in TN and American society (I.e., Samuel Gompers, Jane Addams, ML King, Jr., Governor Austin Peay, Anne Dallas Dudley)

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5.6.1 recognize people who contributed to reform in TN and American society (I.e., Samuel Gompers, Jane Addams, ML King, Jr., Governor Austin Peay, Anne Dallas Dudley)

HULL HOUSE - settlement house for the poor and needy

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5.6.1 recognize people who contributed to reform in TN and American society (I.e., Samuel Gompers, Jane Addams, ML King, Jr., Governor Austin Peay, Anne Dallas Dudley)

“I HAVE A DREAM

that someday my four little children will be judged not on the color of their skin but the content of their character…

Free at last, free at last - thank God Almighty, we are free at last!”

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5.6.1 recognize people who contributed to reform in TN and American society (I.e., Samuel Gompers, Jane Addams, ML King, Jr., Governor Austin Peay, Anne Dallas Dudley)

Austin Peay originated as a “normal” school for training teachers.

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5.6.1 recognize people who contributed to reform in TN and American society (I.e., Samuel Gompers, Jane Addams, ML King, Jr., Governor Austin Peay, Anne Dallas Dudley)

Anne Dallas Dudley used her influence to get the 19th amendment ratified in TN.

TN became the “perfect 36” or 36th state to ratify and made the 19th amendment law.