American Revolution Research

Research

Objectives: Using E-Resources on the American Revolution

Objectives: Using E-Resources on the American Revolution
  • Explore different topics in the American Revolution
  • Examine different nonfiction features and how those features enhance our learning and understanding
  • Explore how different websites are organized
Remember the nonfiction text features we looked at in books last week?  We are going to see if we can find examples of those features and more using the e-resources listed on this page:

Research Resources

There must be at least ONE print resource in the WW Library for your RESEARCH TOPIC:
Check the library catalog here: Alexandria Researcher

Encyclopedia Britannica This is a good place to start your research.
ScholasticGO is another Encyclopedia to explore.

General Resources

1. PBS: Liberty The American Revolution  Be sure to look at timeline and Perspectives has diagrams
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Databases and Primary Sources:


    Boston Tea Party, Road to Revolution, Shay's Rebellion, U.S. Constitution 
    Battle of Breed's/Bunker Hill, Battle of Quebec, Lexington and Concord, Declaration of Independence, Salem Witch Trials

    Memoirs, Phillis Wheatley, Alexander Hamilton 

    Adams papers, Boston Massacre
    

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