Cheryl Mason Bolick and Meghan M. McGlinn With digital libraries, valuable documents become readily available, such as the writings of a former slave, Harriet Jacobs, who became an outspoken opponent of slavery.
Philip Molebash The article outlines a practical technique for involving students in doing history rather than simply learning about history.
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