Geographies of Food: The Roles of Migration, Landscape, and Food Availability in the United States

How have geography and history shaped regional differences in foods in the United States?

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Asian American History in the Civil War Era: Connecticut’s Connection to the Trade in Indentured Chinese Workers

How have American conceptions of freedom and equality changed throughout U.S. history for members of various racial, ethnic, religious, and gender minority groups?

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William Grimes – Seeking Freedom in Connecticut

How can we find out about people and places in the past?

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The Chinese Educational Mission and How Asian American Stories Reframe American History

How did participating in the Chinese Educational Mission influence both its students and America?

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Historic Maps: Skill-Builder Activity

How can we use maps to learn about the past?

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The Black Panthers and the May Day Rally in New Haven

How is the First Amendment used to advocate for justice in America?

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Connecticut’s Ratification of the Constitution

How are decisions made about how a nation should be governed?

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Connecticut Heroes of World War I

What is the significance of Connecticut’s contribution to America’s story?

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The Amistad Incident and the Face of Slavery

What role did the Amistad incident play in the abolitionist movement in the United States?

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Exploring Communities: Using Historic Maps to Learn about the Past

Why do our communities look the way they do today?

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