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== Group C: Effect of War and Flu Epidemic on the College of William and Mary ==
 
== Group C: Effect of War and Flu Epidemic on the College of William and Mary ==

Revision as of 13:34, 19 February 2009

Lesson Plan: Historian's Task

For each group, access the primary sources using the links below, and print out the blog entry and associated primary source. Place these in a folder for each group. It might be helpful to staple or attach the blog entry to the priamry source, and I would recommend labeling the primary sources with letters or numbers to help students discuss.

Background Information

Group A: Decision to Admit Women to William and Mary

Source Blog Entry Primary Source
1
2

Meeting Notes and Ledgers

3
4

Newspaper

5

Meeting Notes

Group B: Reaction to the Admission of Women to the College of William and Mary

Source Blog Entry Primary Source
1

Newspaper

2
3
4
5
6

Newspaper

7

January 28, 1919 A Concerned Citizen Speaks out for the Marys]

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Group C: Effect of War and Flu Epidemic on the College of William and Mary

Source Blog Entry Primary Source
1
2
3

Oral History

4

Newpaper

5

Newspaper

Group D: Experience of Women at the College of William and Mary

Source Blog Entry Primary Source
1

Diary Entry

2

Rules for Women

3

Diary

1
1

Group E: Sports and Social Life at the College of William and Mary

Source Blog Entry Primary Source
1
2

Photographs

3
  • Photographs and Oral History
4

Photographs, Diary Excerpts, and Links to Flat Hat Newspaper

5

Group F: Rules and Administration of the College of William and Mary

Source Blog Entry Primary Source
1

List of Rules for Women

2

Course Catalog

3

Letter and Photograph

4

Notes and Ledgers

5

Letter

6

Meeting Notes

7

Newspaper