GED® Social Studies HyperDocs

Learning about America’s Industrial Revolution with critical insight and interpretation.
Then a reading on a complicated American historical military figure from the Revolutionary War.

 

This PowerPoint presentation contains audio, so download the file from Google for complete presentation features.

Slavery, Abolitionists, & the Underground Railroad

Students will describe the principal ways the labor of enslaved people was organized and controlled in what is now the United States.  Students will analyze the growth of the abolitionist movement in the 1830s. Students will describe key terminology and the significance of the Underground Railroad. The lesson is crafted in a Word document.

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The PowerPoint HyperDoc contains information related to spies and revolutionaries, including the Culper Spy Ring (think Turn, the A&E television show) and Rosa Parks.