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Veterans Day Learning Resources

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Midwest teacher looking for local history primary sources? Try these nine digital collections. [...] »

Witness the U.S. Army's occupation of Bohol through the eyes of officer George Percival Scriven. [...] »

Relive major Civil War battles through the words of the soldiers who fought in them. [...] »

Read a firsthand account of army life during the Civil War. See the battles from the perspective of someone who fought in them. [...] »

Read about the Civil War from private Galutia York's perspective. [...] »

What role did Brooklyn play in the War Between the States? [...] »

Japanese treatment of American prisoners of war. [...] »

Learn about the men who fought for American ideals and survived. [...] »

Connect 20th-century events and daily life with real human experiences through oral history audio files. [...] »

Familiarize yourself with the events and culture of Tennessee during the Civil War years. [...] »

 
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