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Standard 8-5.8

8-5.8 Compare the Progressive movement in South Carolina with the national Progressive movement, including the impact on temperance; womens suffrage; labor laws; and educational, agricultural, health, and governmental reform.

Grade(s): 6, 7, 8

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2011

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Woodrow Wilson Family Home | Let's Go!
Woodrow Wilson Family Home | Let's Go!

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The Woodrow Wilson House in Columbia is the only museum in the nation dedicated to telling the story of Reconstruction. Reconstruction - the period after the end of the Civil War - remains one of the...
3D VR - Woodrow Wilson Family Home  | Let's Go!
3D VR - Woodrow Wilson Family Home | Let's Go!

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Located on 1705 Hampton Street, in historic downtown Columbia, South Carolina, this is the home where President Woodrow Wilson spent four years of his childhood. The house was built in 1871, during...
The Progressive Movement Continues?
The Progressive Movement Continues?

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The Progressive Movement marked a period of great change in society and increased involvement of American government in the regulation of American society. Today, people still debate the role of...

James Marion Sims | S.C. Hall of Fame
James Marion Sims | S.C. Hall of Fame

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James Marion Sims (1813-1883) was a medical doctor and surgeon who became known as the “Father of Modern Gynecology.” Sims was born in Lancaster, South Carolina, and practiced in Montgomery, Alabama...