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All Modules: By K-12 Social Studies Content Areas

U.S. History
World History
Government
Geography
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U.S. History

African American Life During the Jim Crow Era 
African American Education During the Jim Crow Era
American Economic Perspectives in Colonial America
American History Inspirer: The Civil War
Attitudes about Slavery in a Northern Community on the Eve of the Civil War
Burning Washington: Dolley Madison's Historical Letter 
California Gold Rush
Children in Japanese Internment Camps
Civil War Medicine
Commemoration of the Gettysburg Battlefield: The Gettysburg Address
Conflict in Little Rock
Death and Dying in Two Mid-Nineteenth Century American Communities
Declaration of Independence
Digitizing Local History
Dolley Madison and the War of 1812
The Dropping of the Atomic Bomb
Ex-slave Narratives and WPA Interviews
Financing the Confederacy's War Effort
Forgotten World War II Marine Hero
German and Irish Immigrants in Antebellum America
History of Tecumseh and Battle at Tippecanoe
The Impact of Railroads on Two Antebellum Communities
The Involvement of the Oneida Nation in the War of 1812
Jamestown Fort: Finding History
The Jamestown Newsletter
Jamestown's Economy
Job Distribution after 1945
Jobs in Jamestown
Language and Runaway Slave Ads
Leadership in Jamestown
The Life of Dolley Madison
Navajo Code Talkers
Occupations in the 1860s
Resistance to African American Education during and after the Civil War
Secession Crisis: In Two Virginia Communities
Southern Patriotism Before the Civil War
Southern Support during the Civil War
State of Affairs Between the Native Americans and the European Settlers
Substitution in the Civil War
Teaching Social Issues
The Trail of Tears
Treaty of Versailles
Upper Class Black Society During Jim Crow
Using Maps to Uncover a Soldier's Life
What Happened to Slaves when their Owners Died?
White Southerners' Defense of Slavery
Why Did the North Fight?
Women in the West
Wounded Knee Massacre
Zeal for Teaching: Reconstruction in Port Royal South Carolina

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World History

Demographic Changes in 19th Century England and Wales
The Dropping of the Atomic Bomb
Exploring Treaty Rights and Ethics
Marshall Plan
Treaty of Versailles
World Education Statistics

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Government

America's Children: How Are We Doing?
The Bill of Rights in Current Events
CIA World Fact Book
Exploring the Relationship between Government Policy and Children
Flip a Coin
Hail to the Chief
My City
Recycle City
Social Demographics and Election Statistics
White House

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Geography

Climate, Latitude, and Longitude
Geography Search
Introduction to Latin America
Map Projections
Using Maps to Uncover a Soldier's Life

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Sociology

America's Children: How Are We Doing?
Child Mortality in Our World
Juvenile Crime in America: What Do We Value?
My City

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Psychology

America's Children: How Are We Doing?

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Economics

American Economic Perspectives in Colonial America
Child Mortality in Our World
Financing the Confederacy's War Effort
Jamestown's Economy
Job Distribution after 1945

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