"The Big Bridge Scheme": The Building and Impact of the Brooklyn Bridge
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Students watch a video and examine archival newspaper articles to study the different points of view about the building of the Brooklyn Bridge. They examine the impact the bridge had on those living in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
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