Civil Rights Unit -Third Grade

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People who changed the course of history by their courage to speak or act

http://www.tahtonka.com

Cesar Chavez

From: http://www.rugusavay.com/booker-t-washington-quotes/

Booker T. Washington

Booker T. Washington

http://ushistoryimages.com

Chief Sitting Bull with mother, daughter, and granddaughter

 

Ruanaways' sign

A sign for the capture of runaway slaves

From: www.mirror.co.uk

Jesse Owens

Jesse Owens, gold medal winner at the 1936 Olympics games in Germany

From: The National Portrait Gallery

Sequoyah

Sequoyah, a Cherokee native, created a writing system
for his people, making reading and writing possible
c. 1830's

 

From: www.gardenofpraise.com

Wilma Rudolph, Olympic Winner, 1960

 

From: American Memory Collection

Suffragettes picketing in front of the White House, 1927

From: American Memory Collection

Arrests of White House Pickets Catherine Flanagan and Madeleine Watson

From: American Memory Collection

A group of Suffragettes on the US Capital steps. They are about to invade the building to ask senators and congressmen to vote on Equal Rights.

 

From American Memory Collection

From: http://www.pbase.com

Chief Joseph

Chief Joseph with his family

From:www.nydailynews.com

Althea Gibson

Althea Gibson
First African-American Woman to win a Wimbledon Championship, at her ticker-tape parade in New York, 1957

From: American Memory Collection

March on Washington August, 1963

From American Memory Collection

Greensboro, North Carolina sit-in 1960

From Picture History Website

Civil Rights Demonstration, Cleveland 1964

From: http://blog.mawbooks.com

Ruby Bridges goes to school with federal marshalls.

American Memory Collection

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton pioneers in the Equal Rights cause. 1891

From: layerrace.com

Racial segregation in the South pre-1964

Pictures of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Life at National Geograhic Kids Online

From: layerrace.com

Sign in a bus in the South pre-1964

From: www.allposters.com

Coretta and Rosa

Coretta Scott King and Rosa Parks

From: http://www.rugusavay.com

Harriet Tubman

From: American Memory Collection

Henry Brown box

From: sheshistory.com

Victoria Hull

Victoria Hull attempting to vote in an election.

From: www.marquette.edu

Members of the Little Rock Nine are blocked by the Arkansas National Guard from entering Central High School. c.1957

From: http://www.smithsonianmag.com

Lincoln with officers

Lincoln with his officers at Antietam c.1862

From: sheshistory.com

Victoria Hull

A photograph of Victoria Hull

From: http://thegrio.com

Rosa's arrest

Rosa Park's arrest for trying to sit on the bus.
c. 1955

From: http://blog.constitutioncenter.org

Mirian Anderson

Marian Anderson's concert for 75,000 fans in front of
Lincoln Memorial, 1939

From: http://news.discovery.com

Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart, first female pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean

From: The Bilerico Project

 

Jackie Robinson with Peewee Reese c.1947-1948

From American Memory Archives

Madame C J Walker

Revisited 4/2013