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Here are some helpful links that will add fun, creativity, and perspective to the teaching of the period after the Civil War, known as Reconstruction:
Here are more links, though not specific to Reconstruction:
There are a BUNCH of links here:
This is a site that has lessons on African Americans in history:
And here is a poem discussing the ideological differences of Booker T. Washington and D.E.B. DuBois. We used it in our classes and our students enjoyed reading it aloud, especially when you use two students that like to act: http://www.huarchivesnet.howard.edu/9908huarnet/randall.htm