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University of Chicago students, Frank Scudder (Snell Hall) and Winifred Conkling (Kelly Hall), enjoying a day at the beach, 1910, Chicago. UoC Digital Archives

University of Chicago students, Frank Scudder (Snell Hall) and Winifred Conkling (Kelly Hall), enjoying a day at the beach, 1910, Chicago. UoC Digital Archives

Described as being the "Only Negro store of its kind in the U.S., at 2933 State St., Chicago, Ill." c1899.

Described as being the "Only Negro store of its kind in the U.S., at 2933 State St., Chicago, Ill." c1899.

NORTH AMERICA. Suggested Grade Levels: C/U. View Full Lesson Plan: http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/docs/lesson_plans/FLP10099_Mardi_Gras_Indians_Watson.pdf. Having Our Say: Music of the Mardi Gras Indians. This unit introduces students to the music of Mardi Gras Indians, a phenomenon that takes place in New Orleans. Students will examine the tradition and its culture-bearers, listen to and analyze its music, and examine the cultural influences that have contributed to the tradition.

NORTH AMERICA. Suggested Grade Levels: C/U. View Full Lesson Plan: http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/docs/lesson_plans/FLP10099_Mardi_Gras_Indians_Watson.pdf. Having Our Say: Music of the Mardi Gras Indians. This unit introduces students to the music of Mardi Gras Indians, a phenomenon that takes place in New Orleans. Students will examine the tradition and its culture-bearers, listen to and analyze its music, and examine the cultural influences that have contributed to the tradition.

Title: Ben-Hur Klaw & Erlanger's stupendous production.
Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
Notes:
G xxc 501 U.S. Copyright Office
Created and "copyright 1901 by The Strobridge Lith. Co., Cincinnati, O."
By General Lew Wallace; dramatized by Wm. Young.
At head of title: Illinois Theatre, Chicago commencing Sept 2d. matinees Wed & Sat.
N.Y. no. 9444.

Title: Ben-Hur Klaw & Erlanger's stupendous production. Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA Notes: G xxc 501 U.S. Copyright Office Created and "copyright 1901 by The Strobridge Lith. Co., Cincinnati, O." By General Lew Wallace; dramatized by Wm. Young. At head of title: Illinois Theatre, Chicago commencing Sept 2d. matinees Wed & Sat. N.Y. no. 9444.

African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–68) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–68) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Two step! President Obama dances with his half-sister Auma Obama and President Kenyatta at a state dinner during his first trip to Kenya.

Two step! President Obama dances with his half-sister Auma Obama and President Kenyatta at a state dinner during his first trip to Kenya.

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