“A House Divided” (the Civil War in 1960)

Part 2 and Part 3

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  • Marianne Davis Aug 21, 2010 @ 11:13

    Kevin,
    I was enchanted to see this posted, so enchanted that I just watched all three of them for the first time since my years at Harrison Elementary. I’m sure we could all cavil about particular points, but I found it a remarkably intelligent presentation for young children. I can’t help but wonder, what do fifth and sixth graders see now? Thanks a million for posting this.

    • Kevin Levin Aug 22, 2010 @ 8:52

      Marianne,

      Glad to hear you enjoyed watching this once again. We could spend hours interpreting this in light of the civil war centennial and civil rights movement, but I can easily see how it might spark the imagination of young students.

  • Nat Turner's Son Aug 22, 2010 @ 11:18

    Great Film too bad it is not used today!

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