Zeal for Teaching: Reconstruction in Port Royal, South Carolina
Students discuss the story of Port Royal, South Carolina and the enthusiasm about the notion that African Americans be educated. They search a Reconstruction archive to find documents supporting the importance of education for freed slaves.
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