Teaching the Progressive Era with the Records of Congress
Join the Center for Legislative Archives for this free webinar on Thursday, April 23 at 7 p.m. ET.
Discover primary sources, classroom lesson plans, and DocsTeach activities for teaching Progressive Era issues like child labor, lynching, and the money trust. Consider the role and responsibilities of Congress in the Progressive Era while exploring techniques for analyzing photographs, charts, and maps. This webinar is suitable for high school educators.
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