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Lesson 11: Printed Materials (Ads and Broadsides) 1780-1820
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Students use primary resources (gazettes, broadsides, advertisements) to consider life at the turn of the 18th century in Deerfield, Massachusetts. They infer observations about life in the nascent United States.
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