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Cincinnati Public Schools Teaching American History Grant - Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History 14 February 2011

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  • Search today’s topic – Immigration go to first Essay and then explore that issue of History Now Return to results to go to Immigration Module
  • Courtesy of the National Archives [http://www.archives.gov] John Meintz, punished during World War I, ca. 1917 - ca. 1918 ARC Identifier 283634 Item from Record Group 21: Records of District Courts of the United States, 1685 - 2004 Meintz was tarred and feathered for not supporting war bond drives. Front and rear views, showing feathers stuck on his body.
  • Courtesy of the National Archives [http://www.archives.gov] John Meintz, punished during World War I, ca. 1917 - ca. 1918 ARC Identifier 283634 Item from Record Group 21: Records of District Courts of the United States, 1685 - 2004 Meintz was tarred and feathered for not supporting war bond drives. Front and rear views, showing feathers stuck on his body.
  • Previous source was from National Archives DocsTeach
  • Albert Einstein
  • Ohio Memory Subject Category Essays Immigration and Ethnic Heritage to 1903 Several Sources on Flash Drive from here
  • Brainstorm - tying in to reading DIVERSITY among immigrant groups
  • Germans in America – example of Historical Context
  • Cartoon Analysis Worksheet
  • Written Document Analysis Worksheet (for both)

Teaching Immigration History - Cincinnati Teaching Immigration History - Cincinnati Presentation Transcript

  • US Immigration History The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Cincinnati Public Schools 14 February 2011
  • Connecting to Student Learning
    • Immigration Handout
    • CPS Academic Content Standards
      • Grade 10
  • Overview and Approach
      • Explore a topic - Immigration 
        • Historical Context
        • Primary Sources
      • Discuss finding primary sources
        • The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
        • The National Archives
        • Library of Congress
        • Ohio Memory
      • Broader Overview of Online Resources
        • Finding Reputable Sources
  • The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Website
    • http://www.gilderlehrman.org
      • Search “The Collection”
      • OR
      • Search “The Website” ******
    • History Now : http://www.historynow.org
    • Module: http://www.gilderlehrman.org/teachers/module.php?module_id=413
  • GLI Module: Immigration
    • http://www.gilderlehrman.org/teachers/module_pop_resource.php?module_id=421&resource_id=889
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  • National Archives
    • http://www.archives.gov (NOT .com)
      • Click on “Teachers’ Resources”
    • New Interactive Site for Teachers – DocsTeach
      • http://docsteach.org
      • Activities
      • You can submit activities
  • National Archives cont’d
    • Interactive Activity related to Immigration:
      • http://docsteach.org/activities/70
    • ARC Gallery: Immigration and Naturalization
      • http://www.archives.gov/research/arc/topics/immigration/
  • Ohio Memory
    • http://www.ohiomemory.org
      • Click on “Subject Category Essays”
        • “ Immigration and Ethnic Heritage in Ohio to 1903”
      • Several sources on Flash Drive from here
  • German Immigration
    • German Immigration as a Case Study
      • Divisions Among German Americans
        • Daniels’ Coming to America, pp. 152-159
      • What do you think the purpose
      • of this document is?
    • 19 th Century German Immigration in Historical Context
      • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/nameword/context.html
    • The Germans in America
      • http://www.loc.gov/rr/european/imde/germany.html
        • Click on Picture
        • Photo Analysis: http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/worksheets/photo_analysis_worksheet.pdf
    • Germans in America: CHRONOLOGY
      • http://www.loc.gov/rr/european/imde/germchro.html
      • Timeline Activity #1
  • The Dream of the Good Life in America
    • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/unit19/apen19-e.html
  • Immigration Explorer
    • http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/03/10/us/20090310-immigration-explorer.html
    • From the New York Times
  • German Words in the American Language
    • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/nameword/apend-d.html
  • Moving: Push and Pull
    • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/unit19/apen19b1.html
    • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/unit19/apen19b2.html
  • Good and Bad Jobs for Immigrants from Germany 1850
    • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/unit19/apen19-c.html
    • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/unit19/apen19-d.html
  • German Immigrant Poem
    • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/unit19/apen19-m.html
    • Report by the German Immigrant
      • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/unit19/apen19-h.html
    • American laws Regulating Immigration and Asylum
      • http://maxkade.iupui.edu/adams/chap10.html
    • US Census Bureau: Ancestry
      • http://www.census.gov/apsd/cqc/cqc14.pdf
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