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Graduate students enrolled in the courses offered by the Center create projects for use in social studies classrooms. These are documents-based questions (DBQ's), a common teaching tool as well as a fundamental part of state assessment.


HIST 530a/EDUC 507: ISSUES IN U.S. HISTORY TO 1877

Peter Anderson, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2005
DBQ: The Native American Party of the 1850s
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Scott Graham, MS-Educational Studies candidate, Fall 2004.
DBQ: The Meaning of Freedom
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Pam McKiernan, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2003.
DBQ: Women and the American Revolution
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Greg O'Brien, Fall 2003.
DBQ: American Traitors or British Patriots?
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Jonathan Nash, Fall 2003.
DBQ: Nat Turner's Rebellion, 1831
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Brandy Mohr, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2002.
DBQ: Indian Removal in the 1830s
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Timothy Burch, MA in History candidate, Fall 2002
DBQ: Witnessing the Civil War
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David Garbowski, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Fall 2002.
DBQ: Conflict and Compromise in the Antebellum Era
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Casey Jakubowski, MA in History candidate and Teacher, Sidney Central High School, Fall 2002.
DBQ: The Columbian Exchange and Reaction
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Kathleen Burrell, Teacher, Union-Endicott High School, Fall 2002.
DBQ: The Failure of Reconstruction
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HIST 530B/508, ISSUES IN U.S. HISTORY, 1877-PRESENT

Mary Broczkowski, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2005
DBQ: The New Immigrants
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Amber Lovell, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: Protesting Vietnam
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Nancy George, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: The Japanese Internment
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Pamela McKiernan, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: American Women and World War II
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Rebecca Taylor, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: The Civil Rights Movement
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Anthony Rovente, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: The Modern Civil Rights Movement: An African American Perspective
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Angelo Macchiano, MAT- Social Studies canidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: Women and Labor During World War II
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Brandy Mohr, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2003
DBQ: The Civil Rights Movement in America
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David Reese, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2003
DBQ: Early U.S. Foreign Policy in Vietnam
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