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Standard 5.2.E

5.2.E Evaluate multiple perspectives from the period, including the economic, political, and social impacts of World War I, the 1920s, the Great Depression, and the New Deal using primary and secondary sources.

Grade(s): 5

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2019

Women's Suffrage Movement
Episode 2


The second generation of suffragists came to prominence alongside the "New Woman" movement in the early 1900's. The American Woman Suffrage Association and the National Woman Suffrage Association...
Civil Rights And The Great War
Episode 23


Viewer Discretion Is Advised Dr. Kathryn Silva talks about how civil rights for African Americans progressed during World War I.
What Roles Did Women Serve In The World War I Era?
Episode 20


Dr. Kathryn Silva discusses how the trend of women leaving the house to find work took off in the early 1900's. Dr. Silva also analyzes how the lives of white women differentiated from the lives of...
Between The Waters


Many families of former slaves still lived in old slave housing, but the prospects of jobs, better housing, and food, were very appealing for Hobcaw’s African American communities. During the 1930s...
A. America on the Move Part II
Episode 101


The Smithsonian's Institution's National Museum of American History recently opened a live exhibit called America on the Move. This exhibition explores American history by looking at transportation...