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One of the many interpretations of how Pocahontas looked, her statue at Historic Jamestowne.

Pocahontas Lesson 12 Pocahontas information from the website of Historic Jamestowne (Colonial National Historical Park) in Virginia

Oil portrait of Rosalynn Carter and daughter Amy by Thornton Utz

Oil portrait of Rosalynn Carter and daughter Amy by Thornton Utz also met Mrs Carter on the aircraft, she was gracious

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John Adams - Declaration of Independence - YouTube. OK, yes, but also a ton of other fantastic clips that would be great for U.S. History class.

If you teach the Declaration of Independence, you need this six minute video from the movie about John Adams.~~~I'm pinning without reading so I can't verify the validity of the claim but I love history so I'll keep it for later

Fred Rogers receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. - See more at: http://www.fredrogers.org/fred-rogers/bio/#sthash.Ul9ooKNh.dpuf

Mister Rogers, Neighbor to America's Children Lesson 135

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1888 photo of a Cherokee woman holding a child in her lap

Natives of the Southeast Woodlands Lesson 4 Information about the Cherokee on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park website

The Lewis and Clark Expedition was the first American expedition to cross the western portion of the U.S. departing in May, 1804 from St. Louis, making their way westward through the continental divide to the Pacific coast. The expedition was commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson shortly after the Louisiana Purchase. The objectives were to explore and map the newly acquired territory, find a practical route across the Western half of the continent, and establish an American presence…

The Louisiana Purchase negotiated by Thomas Jefferson doubled the size of the US. Lewis & Clark Trail-red line