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Early American History
RoundTables in this collection focus on key events and themes in early American history ranging from the founding of the nation to the end of the 19th Century. Students will have opportunities to walk in the shoes of the leaders in this time period through the defining moments of America's history while comparing those key events and themes to the modern day.

Heroes or Villains in U.S. History: Andrew Jackson

European Explorers

Can you buy peace? America and the Barbary Pirates

Life on the Plantation

The Emancipation Proclamation

Role of Women and "The American Dream" in The Great Gatsby

The War of 1812: War or Peace?

The Rise and Fall of the Mayan, Aztec and Incan Civilizations

Should Laws Expire Every 19 Years?

FDR and The New Deal

Washington's Neutrality: Then and Now

The Election of 1800. Birth of two parties.

The Louisiana Purchase and "Manifest Destiny"

Expeditions - Lewis, Clark and Beyond

Aztecs vs Incas: Who was more accomplished?

What makes a successful President?

The Differences Between the North and South

Reconstruction

From Compromises to Civil War

The Bill of Rights

Settlement of the 13 Colonies

Why Did Americans Win The Revolution?

The Columbian Exchange

Early American Civilizations

Analyzing American Foreign Policy - Early 1800s

Imperialism Vs. Anti-Imperialism in Early America

Lincoln's Assassanation

Presidents Jackson and Trump: A Comparison

The Boston Massacre

The Evolution of Railways

Heroes or Villains in U.S. History: John Brown

Native American History and Culture

Federalism - Exploring State and Federal Powers

America the Underdog: The Battle of New Orleans, 1815.

In the shoes of James Madison, 1812.

Symbol of Independence: The Gadsden Flag from 1776 to 1812

The Civil War and Modern Day America

The Mountain Men in Early America

The Civil War and Modern America. Compare and Reflect.

Should Historical Monuments Be Removed?