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English Class Projects

World War I Project

An American soldier in France during World War I pretends to collapse from a chemical attack to illustrate the effects of not wearing a gas mask on the battlefield.

©Courtesy Everett Collection/Alamy.

Hillsdale Database

Student Resources in Context

 

Peninsula Library Database - you will need a public library card to access this or see Miss Preet in the library
World History in Context

 

Websites

Guide to World War I Materials - Library of Congress

 

National World War I Museum and Memorial 

 

 

Civil Rights Issue

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and other leaders participate in the March on Washington, on August 28, 1963.

© Robert W. Kelley/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images.

 

 

Hillsdale Databases

Student Resources in Context

 

Issues and controversies in American History

 

Peninsula Library Databases - you will need a public library card to access this database or see Miss Preet in the library.

U.S. History in Context