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Primary Sources - Workshop in American History TCans, Coal, and Corporationshomesitemap
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Workshop 5
Lectures & Activities

List of Transcripts, Activities, and Reflections

This workshop explores the impact of technology and inventions on late 19th-century America.

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Transcripts:

Lecture Transcript One: Cans, Coal, and Corporations
Lecture Transcript Two: Chicago World's Fair
Lecture Transcript Three: Unrest in 1893 and the Closing of the American Frontier

Activities:

Activity One: The Most Important Inventions of the 1890s
Activity Two: Campaign for World's Fair 2010
Activity Three: Final Thoughts on the Events of 1893

Reflections:

Reflection One: The Most Important Inventions of the 1890s
Reflection Two: Campaign for World's Fair 2010

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