Ask CWH: Calling all teachers

In light of my recent visit to Ellen Hopkins Elementary School to present on the war, I wanted to take the opportunity to reach out to educators that are likely getting to the Civil War in their history curriculum to ask questions about the war that they would like more information on. Any topic goes.

Teachers, if you are interested in using this site to enhance your Civil War curriculum, please use the comment section of this post to ask your question, or a question from your students. I, or one of my esteemed colleagues, will do our best to answer the question in a separate post. If you are interested in having students do brief writing assignments on the war as guest posts, please let us know and we can make that happen (I will edit the commenting on such posts to ensure safety). We look forward to your questions.

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3 thoughts on “Ask CWH: Calling all teachers

  1. I have heard many argue that there is nothing in the Constitution that disallows secession. That the south was legally allowed to secede. How would you answer them?

  2. Daniel,
    Have you had any reports on the celebration last month (I don’t believe it was a reenactment) of “The Great Locomotive Chase” at Big Shanty Junction, Georgia? FYI: The Andrews Raid.

    • David,

      No, I haven’t heard anything on this, but thanks for letting me know about it. Might be worth looking into and seeing if a buddy of mine who’s into railroad history can write on it.

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