Andrew Jackson: Hero or Villain? Mini-Poster
History tends to judge our past leaders as extremes: Benedict Arnold was a traitor! Abraham Lincoln was an American hero! As teachers, it’s tempting at times to present a world as black and white to our students: good or evil, friend or foe, hero or villain. Use this Andrew Jackson mini-poster to help students take off the rose-colored glasses and see beyond the established historical narratives and into the real world of gray. ©2016. 11 x 17 inches. Cardstock.
Without a doubt...better than that'. They are good friends. They respect each other space, as leaders. They can agree or disagree but in the end they are champions. Their chemistry is on point. Their-humanitarian is unsurpassed.
What Floats My Boat
Calvin Coolidge and Grace Coolidge Washington, DC August 4th, 1923 Two days after becoming president due to the death of Warren Harding (hence the black mourning band.)
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