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American History Map Issue Date: 11-12-2017

Cool Spots image Experience American History with interactive maps at American Panorama: An Atlas of American History, dsl.richmond.edu/panorama. The Executive Abroad map summarizes the international travel of former presidents and secretaries of state. In Mapping Inequality, maps created in 1935-1940 rate the credit worthiness of cities based on race. Real estate appraisers used these maps to determine areas’ economic values to preserve segregation. Slaves share personal stories in the Forced Migration of Enslaved People. The Overland Trails follow migrants’ journeys across America as detailed in their diaries.

Visit: http://dsl.richmond.edu/panorama
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Know Your Rights Issue Date: 10-22-2017

Cool Spots image As an American, you are entitled to certain rights. The Bill of Rights game, constitutioncenter.org/billofrightsgame, lets you explore Freeville and identify scenes that depict those rights. Did you know that the law protects your home from being searched unless there is reasonable cause? The government wants you to feel safe in your home. Have you ever heard your parents discuss protests? By law, people are allowed to demonstrate peacefully about issues important to them. This has happened throughout United States history. Print a copy of the Bill of Rights when you’re done.

Visit: http://constitutioncenter.org/billofrightsgame
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Tour the CIA Issue Date: 09-24-2017

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wanted to take a peek inside one of the government’s most top-secret campuses? Then take a photo tour of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), cia.gov/about-cia/headquarters-tour/headquarters-photo-tour. Stories, facts and details about each part of the building are shared as you navigate the tour. See the contents of the time capsule housed behind the Original HQ Building Cornerstone and find out which president put it there. Can you guess the name of the man whose statue stands guard on the Grounds of the Agency? Learn the famous quote that helped him earn that honor. Find out what symbol represents officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

Visit: http://cia.gov/about-cia/headquarters-tour/headquarters-photo-tour
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Tour the CIA Issue Date: 09-24-2017

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wanted to take a peek inside one of the government’s most top-secret campuses? Then take a photo tour of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), cia.gov/about-cia/headquarters-tour/headquarters-photo-tour. Stories, facts and details about each part of the building are shared as you navigate the tour. See the contents of the time capsule housed behind the Original HQ Building Cornerstone and find out which president put it there. Can you guess the name of the man whose statue stands guard on the Grounds of the Agency? Learn the famous quote that helped him earn that honor. Find out what symbol represents officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

Visit: http://cia.gov/about-cia/headquarters-tour/headquarters-photo-tour
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Founding Fathers Issue Date: 09-17-2017

Cool Spots image The National Archives created Founders Online, founders.archives.gov, a unique collection of documents written by our Founding Fathers. George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison are just a few of the familiar names you’ll find in this resource. Many of these men were friends and corresponded with each other. Read through their letters, journal entries and articles to find out more about them. Move beyond the history books to discover the brilliant leaders whose ideas formed our government. Find out which of the Founding Fathers secretly wrote for The New-England Courant.

Visit: http://founders.archives.gov
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