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Places of Peace, Memories of Salem, Iowa 1835-1996

This book explains the rich history of Salem, Iowa. The book goes in-depth on topics such as the Underground Railroad, the Civil War, and relations between Native Americans and American Settlers. For any use other than instructional resources, please check with the organization that owns this item regarding copyright restrictions.
Author
Publisher
Walsworth Publishing Co.
Publishing Place
Marceline, Missouri
Year
1996
Iowa History Eras
Relational Notes
Resource is related to the following objects, which can be found by searching the catalog number in the advanced search section: Catalog #: 2018.012.001 Brick 2018.012.002 Adobe 2018.045.143 Book 2018.045.229 Book 2018.045.238 Book 2018.045.263 Iowa History Story 2018.045.330 Book 2018.045.362 Book 2018.045.363 Book
Iowa County
Early & Late Date
1991 to 2001
Resources & Additional Info
Resource and Additional Information: Click Here This book connects with the following standards: Standard SS.5.26 Civil Rights and Standard SS.8.25 Iowa Government: A lesson could be created on how Iowa, specifically Salem, worked with Native Americans and newly freed slaves shortly after the American Civil War. Standard SS-Gov.9-12.27 Unique Iowa Systems: A lesson on Salem, Iowa and the Underground Railroad could be created. Standard SS-US.9-12.2 Iowans Influence US History: A lesson on Iowa and the Civil War could be created.