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Look to Us for Resources About Territorial Events and the Civil War in Kansas Marcia Fox Curriculum Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: the education of Kansans The Kansas Historical Society is the state agency charged with actively safeguarding and sharing the states history to facilitate government accountability, economic development, and the education of Kansans. This is accomplished by collecting, preserving, and interpreting materials and information pertaining to state government and Kansas history.
Coming this Fall Middle and High School Lessons Read Kansas! Curriculum for Kansas History email@example.com
Lesson M-10 Popular Sovereignty Under the Kansas-Nebraska Act M-11 Dispute Over Slavery in Kansas Territory M-12 Danger on the Underground Railroad M-13 All Eyes on Kansas Territory M-14 Territorial Characters M-15 The Wyandotte Constitutional Convention: The Issue of Suffrage Read Kansas! Lessons Related to Bleeding Kansas
Prices Raid and the Battle of Mine Creek Kansas History Standards: Benchmark 2, Indicator 6: The student describes important events in Kansas during the Civil War Geography Standards: Benchmark 1, Indicator 1: The student locates major political and physical features of Earth from memory and describes the relative location of those features Reading Standards: Benchmark 2, Indicator 2: The student reads expressively. Benchmark 2, Indicator 5: The student adjusts reading rate to support comprehension Lesson Plan
Kansas History Textbook by Jennie Chinn Director Kansas Historical Society
Chronicling America White Cloud Kansas Chief: The Constitution and the Union White Cloud, Kansas April 18, 1961 WAR BEGUN! Fort Sumter Taken! Anderson a Prisoner VOLUNTEERS CALLED FOR! http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov
PBS History Detectives http://video.pbs.org Season 9 Episodes 3 and 4 John Browns Spear Episode 3How did this metal blade spark violent tensions between the North and South? Civil War Letters Episode 4 – What can these letters reveal about a racially-charged massacre on a Civil War battlefield? Part of these investigations were conducted at the Kansas Historical Society.
General James Lane http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/208743 http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/90303/page/2
http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/209881 Battle of Hickory Point, Sept. 13, 1856
Falls city Oct 30. 1857 Dr Sir By great sacrifices we have raised & send by Mr. Tidd $150. I trust this money will be used to get the guns to Kansas or as near as possible. If you can get them to this point we will try & get them on in some way – the probability is Kansas will never need the guns – one thing is certain - if they are to do her any good it will be in the next few days Let nothing interfere in bringing them on. Yours, J. H Lane http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/4626/text
Quantrills Raid on Lawrence August 21, 1863 http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/208418/page/1