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In Their Own Words: Slave Narratives

Students identify primary sources, explain the strengths and weaknesses of personal accounts in history, and negotiate the Library of Congress Database. They also analyze documents and write a summary that compares and contrasts the lives of former slaves before and after the emancipation.

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5th - 8th
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Social Studies & History
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