Historical Documentary: Waging Peace: The Rise of Pacifism
http://www.indyintheclassroom.com/lessons/young_indy/oganga_docs.asp

Each volume of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones contains documentaries that serve as educational resources for the classroom. Each documentary ranges from 20-30 minutes in length and could be well suited for viewing and discussion in a single class. Documentaries feature historical images, footage, and historical context provided by historians who are well-versed in the subject area.
www.indyintheclassroom.com



Nationhood, Citizenship, and Civil Liberties in World War I America
with Professor Frances Early, Mount Saint Vincent University









Using Docs Teach in the U.S. History Classroom
with Stephanie Greenhut and Annie Davis, National Archives and Records Administration

Focusing on Details Activity:
http://docsteach.org/activities/3473

National Archives Home Page:
http://www.archives.gov/

Docs Teach:
http://docsteach.org/

Weighing the Evidence Freedmen*s Bureau Activity:
http://docsteach.org/activities/28

Reading TAH Docs Teach Classroom:
http://docsteach.org/classrooms/Stephanie/readingtahg

Resources in Docs Teach on the World War I Home Front:
http://docsteach.org/documents/search?menu=open&mode=search&sortBy=relevance&q=world+war+one+homefront&commit=Go

The Constitution at Work Activity Teacher Page
http://docsteach.org/activities/16/detail