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Jim Crow

Jim Crow
February 11, 2016

This powerful program carries you from the post-Civil War promise of citizenship and equality for African Americans to the harsh realities of the system of legal segregation known as "Jim Crow." Between dramatic scenes and short documentaries, watch students discover what primary sources reveal about life under Jim Crow and its effects.


Women of the Revolution

Women of the Revolution
March 10, 2016 @ 9:00 AM CT on LPB2

Bravery. Loyalty. Sacrifice. Women of the Revolution possessed all of these qualities. Explore the excitement, peril, and individual stories of Deborah Sampson, Mary Perth, Martha Washington, and other women, on both sides of the conflict, who proved their mettle in America's war for independence.


Civil War Ironclads

Civil War Ironclads
April 14, 2016 @ 9:00 AM CT on LPB2

In the Civil War, both the Union and the Confederacy raced to build armored, steam-powered warships that were the ancestors of today's navies. Meet the people behind and aboard the "ironclads" and relive the famous 1862 battle between the Monitor and the Merrimack.


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Archived Field Trips

  The War of 1812

  The Amazing Trade Shop Math Race

  The Freedom Quest of Oney Judge

  The Balance of Power

  How to Protect the Air We Breathe

  Catching a Career: Jobs in Louisiana’s Seafood Industry Part 2

  Catching a Career: Jobs in Louisiana’s Seafood Industry Part 1

  The Castle on the Hill:  Louisiana’s Old State Capitol

  Desert Diversity

  Think Again: Restoring and Protecting the Gulf Coast

  Gulf Islands National Seashore

  North Cascades National Park

  Bryce Canyon National Park

  Project Discovery – Earth Day 2010 LIVE from Congaree National Park

  Protecting the Wetlands: A Matter of Survival

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NOTE: If you are interested in Colonial Williamsburg archives, please contact Colonial Williamsburg to subscribe. A paid subscription to their field trips allows access to teacher resources, the right to tape the trips and use them in perpetuity, and access to the field trips 24/7.

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