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Civil Rights Mvmt Political Cartoon Lesson

Civil Rights Mvmt Political Cartoon Lesson

“Life-Preserving Coffin, In Doubtful Cases of Actual Death”        Drawing for a Life-Preserving Coffin, 11/15/1843    The fear of being buried alive led Christian Henry Eisenbrandt to patent a “life-preserving coffin in doubtful cases of actual death.” In his application, he claimed that through a series of springs and levers, even the slightest motion of the head or hand would instantaneously open the coffin lid.

“Life-Preserving Coffin, In Doubtful Cases of Actual Death” Drawing for a Life-Preserving Coffin, 11/15/1843 The fear of being buried alive led Christian Henry Eisenbrandt to patent a “life-preserving coffin in doubtful cases of actual death.” In his application, he claimed that through a series of springs and levers, even the slightest motion of the head or hand would instantaneously open the coffin lid.

Civil Rights Digital Library

Civil Rights Digital Library

Historyteacher.net Index   Online resource for history students created and run by Susan Pojer, a teacher at Horace Greeley High School

Historyteacher.net Index Online resource for history students created and run by Susan Pojer, a teacher at Horace Greeley High School

NEW VOICES: A Doctor Challenges the Medical Model of U.S. Executions | Death Penalty Information Center

NEW VOICES: A Doctor Challenges the Medical Model of U.S. Executions | Death Penalty Information Center

Smithsonian Price of Freedom: America @ War...great conflict resources

Smithsonian Price of Freedom: America @ War...great conflict resources

This media-rich site from the University of Texas at Austin presents a thematic overview of 1920s America that considers the social shifts that took place after World War I. It focuses on changing perspectives toward labor, capitalism, women, and immigration as well as on the American reaction to and embrace of the modern.

This media-rich site from the University of Texas at Austin presents a thematic overview of 1920s America that considers the social shifts that took place after World War I. It focuses on changing perspectives toward labor, capitalism, women, and immigration as well as on the American reaction to and embrace of the modern.

There are  a variety of web tools that teachers can use to collect anonymous feedback from students. Unlike traditional clicker systems, the...

There are a variety of web tools that teachers can use to collect anonymous feedback from students. Unlike traditional clicker systems, the...

The Civil Rights Documentation Project: December 1963

The Civil Rights Documentation Project: December 1963

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