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LH-Jul-Aug-2013

https://www.ohiohistory.org/research/blogs-and-publications/lh-jul-aug-2013/

[…] 332-2081cweininge [email protected] http://www.rbhayes.org Ex-Officio (Executive Secretary)Jackie Barton, Director Education & Outreach Services, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus(614) 297-2228 [email protected]://www.ohiohistory.org Region 1Janet Rozick, Instructor University of Toledo, Toledojkennedy2 [email protected] http://www.utoledo.edu/llss/history/index.html Rick Finch, Executive Director Fort Meigs, Perrysburg(419) [email protected]://www.fortmeigs.org Region 2Brenda Stultz, Curator Clyde Heritage League, Clyde(419) [email protected]://www.clydeheritageleague.org Gale Martin, Executive Director Marion County Historical Society, Marion(740) […]

LH-May-Jun-2013

https://www.ohiohistory.org/research/blogs-and-publications/lh-may-jun-2013/

[…] 332-2081cweininge [email protected] http://www.rbhayes.org Ex-Officio (Executive Secretary)Jackie Barton, Director Education & Outreach Services, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus(614) 297-2228 [email protected]://www.ohiohistory.org Region 1Janet Rozick, Instructor University of Toledo, Toledojkennedy2 [email protected] http://www.utoledo.edu/llss/history/index.html Rick Finch, Executive Director Fort Meigs, Perrysburg(419) [email protected]://www.fortmeigs.org Region 2Brenda Stultz, Curator Clyde Heritage League, Clyde(419) [email protected]://www.clydeheritageleague.org Gale Martin, Executive Director Marion County Historical Society, Marion(740) […]

LH-Jan-Feb-2013

https://www.ohiohistory.org/research/blogs-and-publications/lh-jan-feb-2013/

[…] CenterFremont(419) [email protected] http://www.rbhayes.org Ex-Officio (Executive Secretary)Jackie Barton, Director Education & Outreach Services, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus(614) 297-2228 [email protected]://www.ohiohistory.org Region 1Janet Rozick, Instructor University of Toledo, Toledojkennedy2 [email protected] http://www.utoledo.edu/llss/history/index.html Rick Finch, Executive Director Fort Meigs, Perrysburg(419) [email protected]://www.fortmeigs.org Region 2 Brenda Stultz, Curator Clyde Heritage League, Clyde(419) [email protected]://www.clydeheritageleague.org Gale Martin, Executive Director Marion County Historical Society, […]

NDNPOH_German_Lesson1_AntiGermanSentiment_update

https://www.ohiohistory.org/educational_activity/the-german-american-experience-during-wwi-lesson-1/ndnpoh_german_lesson1_antigermansentiment_update/

[…] Question:  In your opinion, how does war change people? Explain your answer in at least three  complete sentences.               The German‐American Experience During World War I  Lesson 1: The Growth of Anti‐German Sentiment During World War I in the United States  Created by the Ohio History Connection for the National Digital Newspaper Program, a partnership of  the National Endowment for the Humanities and Library of Congress.  Activity 1: Analyze and Wonder: Depictions of the "Other"    One of the most glaring examples of "othering" in American society happened during WWII.     Instructions: Think about these questions as you analyze the cartoon below.   What ethnic group is being negatively stereotyped here and what is the overall message?   What historical events contributed to this false depiction?         Waiting for the signal from home…; Dr. Seuss; February 13, 1942    Image: University of San Diego Special Collections & Archives  http://library.ucsd.edu/speccoll/dswenttowar/index.html#ark:bb5222708w      Believe it or not, this cartoon was sketched by Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Here he  stereotypically depicts Japanese‐Americans as bomb‐wielding agents who are waiting for Japan’s orders.     This cartoon is a direct reflection of how many Americans thought about their Japanese‐American  neighbors following the attack on Pearl Harbor. These beliefs would ultimately influence the widespread  internment of Japanese Americans by the government.  The German‐American Experience During World War I  Lesson 1: The Growth of Anti‐German Sentiment During World War I in the United States  Created by the Ohio History Connection for the National Digital Newspaper Program, a partnership of  the National Endowment for the Humanities and Library of Congress.  Activity 2: Watch and Wonder: Revisiting Japanese‐American Internment    Instructions: Think about the questions below as we watch this video clip.  Video Clip: Revisiting Japanese internment…; PBS NewsHour; http://bit.ly/2u9Od9W     • What event(s) dramatically changed the lives of Min and his family?  • What inspired Michael Williams to author a book about Japanese‐American internment?  • What was "ironic" about Min’s call to serve in the military?  • Do you think the United States government did enough to make up for the internment of  Japanese‐Americans? If you don’t think so, what else would you have liked to seen done?  […]