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Although you can select a topic dealing with any time or place in history, excellent subjects often are found by investigating local or statewide history. The availability of nearby scholars, firsthand informants, historic sites, and documents and records provides many research options, although your search for information about any topic should extend far and wide.
In addition, staff at the State Library and Archives of Florida have identified online resources in their collections that relate to Florida topics.
You can visit the Library and Archives in person or access their collections online. Check out this FHD site! Battling for the Ballot Alexander McGillivry: Battle of Okeechobee in the Second Seminole War: Augustine Building the Tamiami Trail: Defender of Seminole Rights Courage Afloat: A Legacy of Education Eartha M.
Story of Success or Sadness? Florida Boom or Bust: Resisting the Conquistadores Florida Park Service: French Foothold in Florida, —65 Fort Mose: Slavery by Another Name George Johnstone: Road to a Sad End? Labor Day Hurricane of Augustine Spanish Missions in North Florida: Rebuilding Act of The Easter Rising: The Tragedy of Appeasement Battle of Waterloo: New Beginnings from the End Marco Polo: Personal Triumph and Tragedy Anwar Sadat: Cartography and Power Chiune Sugihara: The Triumph of Unification Arusha Accords of View hundreds of poster projects online in the free poster gallery.
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American Revolution - Colonial Teapot () Louisiana Purchase - Early American Sugar. First, let it be said: black history is American history.
But observing Black History Month in the month of February gives us a chance to focus on a part of our shared history that the founder, Carter G. Woodson, observed was at risk of disappearing. You will be grouped into groups of three.
You will be assigned a decade. Your task is to complete the two projects below based on the same decade. The website provides a history of the region, as well as suggestions for in-class projects, and a game that assesses what students have learned. 2. Mummify a Chicken: Yes, you read that correctly.