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US History 812

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US History 812
Eighth grade students study The Constitution, The Bill of Rights, requirements for citizenship, using the ballot, and political parties. They learn about city, state, and federal government. Students study early presidents, George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. They study the War of 1812, the Mexican American War 1845, and the last Indian wars. Eighth grade students learn about the origins of slavery, the lives of black Americans who gained freedom, the characteristics of white southern society, and women's suffrage movements. Students do presentations, develop magazines, and use the internet in learning to appreciate and understand the development of America, its history, and its culture.

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