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What if you cracked open a time capsule of one of history's biggest events. What would you discover? Unpacking imagined time capsules filled with primary sources, this high-interest series examines and explains historical events through artifacts. From documents and clothing to equipment and propaganda pieces, a closer exploration of these historical items brings history alive in exciting way.
The artifacts of Ellis Island tell the story of millions of immigrants who passed through its halls on their journey to a new life in the United States. A 1900 ...
What would you find in a time capsule of the Jamestown Colony? Perhaps a portrait of John Smith, glass beads, or skeletal remains. Readers examine artifacts ...
A Japanese war map, a collection of U.S. military uniforms, and a gas mask are all part of the story of Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, ...
Imagine opening a chamber to discover an antique violin, a yellowed boarding pass, and a tattered coat. Together these artifacts can be used to tell of the ...
If the founding fathers and mothers of the United States had built a time capsule to tell the story of the nation's beginnings, what artifacts would be packed ...
Rusted slavery chains, politcal cartoons, and a tube of red lipstick . . . how are these three objects related? Along with other artifacts, these items help ...
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