This book explains the history of African Americans in Iowa from 1838 to 2000. For any use other than instructional resources, please check with the organization that owns this item regarding copyright restrictions.
State Historical Society of Iowa
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Des Moines, Iowa
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Resource is related to the following objects, which can be found by searching the catalog number in the advanced search section: Catalog #: 2018.045.263 Iowa History Story 2018.045.362 Book 2018.045.363 Book 2018.045.359 Book
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1996 to 2006
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Resource and Text Available Here This book can be linked with the following standards: Standard SS.1.23 Cultural Makeup: A lesson on the African American culture and its changes in Iowa could be created. Standard SS.3.27 Immigration and Migration: A lesson on African Americans migrating north could be created. Standard SS.3.38 Cultural Contributions: A lesson could be created on the contributions that African American culture had on Iowa. Standard SS.5.26 Civil Rights: A lesson on the civil rights movement in Iowa could be created. Standard SS.6.23 Compare Iowa to World: A lesson on how African Americans were treated in Iowa compared to other locations in America, mainly the American South, could be created. Standard SS.8.25 Iowa Government: A lesson on African Americans in the Iowa Political System could be created. Standard SS-Gov.9-12.28 Iowa Issues and Policy: A lesson could be created on the struggles that African Americans faced in Iowa. Also, a lesson could be created on the change in governmental policies towards civil rights and African Americans in Iowa.