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Emancipation Proclamation

by Mary Ann Kelley

Resources about the Emancipation Proclamation

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Emancipation Proclamation  (M,O,T)
Library of Congress resources

PBS collection of Slavery and Emancipation Resources  (M,O,T)
Large list of resources (including primary sources) relating to abolitionism, slavery and emancipation

Emancipation Proclamation  (M,O,T)
Background, text and high resolution images of the original copy of the Emancipation Proclamation from the National Archives

The Emancipation Proclamation: An Act of Justice   (M,O,T)
History and analysis by John Hope Franklin

The Emancipation Proclamation: Freedom's First Steps  (M,O,T)
Lesson plan from EDSITEment with many links and resources

The Emancipation Proclamation Through Different Eyes  (M)
How did different segments of the American population view the Emancipation Proclamation?

Using Art To Study the Past: The Emancipation Proclamation  (M,O,T)
From The White House Historical Association

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