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His Private Thoughts: I Am Abraham

Review: I Am Abraham, by Jerome Charyn
Liveright/Norton, 2014. 456 pp. $27.

What an extraordinary, ambitious idea, to narrate a novel in Abraham Lincoln’s first-person voice. 652 more words

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Day 89- Done shootimg "LadyLike"!

After a “lot” of hours, we’re finally done with shooting the web series for season! 🙌 Now I’m going to be spending the next two weeks in the lab after classes editing everything:-P Just got finished creating the teaser about a couple hours ago, you guys should definitely check it out👌😄🎥📹🎬

The Seven Days Battles

Who: George McClellan (Union) vs. Robert E Lee (Confederacy)

What: Individually all Union victories but one; overall Confederate strategic victory

Where: The Virginia Peninsula or Southern Neck, Virginia… 320 more words

American Civil War

Standard 10 - Survey of Instructional Methods, Citizenship

“How is citizenship promoted in your classroom situation?”

The classroom I teach in is an early childhood classroom, consisting of 3-4 year olds. The children are all English language learners and the school is a Christian school. 490 more words


Joseph E. Johnston

Who: Joseph Eggleston Johnston

What: One of the most senior generals in the Confederate Army.

Where: Born Farmville, Virginia; died Washington D.C.

Why: His outstanding military career was hampered by a long standing feud with… 394 more words

American Civil War

George B McClellan

Who: George Brinton McClellan

What: General-in-Chief of the Union Army, 1861-2.

Where: Born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, died Orange, New Jersey.

Why: Organised the Army of the Potomac into a formidable fighting force. 350 more words

American Civil War

Standard 1 - Moral Issues in Education, McClellan - Moral Education in America

The McClellan text takes us all the way back to the beginning of the colonial period when there was not a public education in place, the colonialists, in order to promote fidelity to the new state decided to create public education that would in turn teach moral values that promoted loyalty to the new state and helped children to be good citizens under the new laws, that were not well reinforced otherwise. 389 more words