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Amazing Lessons and Information for Teaching the Progressive Era

Here is an amazing list for teachers and history buffs who need to know more about the Progressive Era and how to teach the Progressive Era with new excitment.

The Progressive Era: Crash Course US History #27

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Progressive Era to New Era - American Memory Timeline- Classroom Presentation | Teacher Resources - Library of Congress

The Progressive Era to New Era timeline (1900-1929) timeline covers the automobiles, urbanization, conservation, immigration, prohibition, World War I and women's suffrage with primary sources from American Memory.

The Progressive Era: A Group Effort

Jack Schneider is a former high school social studies teacher
and youth mentor. He teaches in the Educational Studies Department at
Carleton College.

Progressive Era Toolkit - Teaching American History

A confluence of factors, including the quickening pace of industrialization, urbanization, increasing immigration, and a growing presence on the world stage faced America in the late 19th Century. These pressures gave rise to various political movements, each seeking to provide answers to the most serious questions of the day. Overall, Americans found answers to these issues in the ideas of the Progressives. From both major political parties, the Progressives offered solutions to economic, social, and political problems, in some ways using and in others changing the American system of government that had existed for a century at that point.

Progressive Era

Web Sites Lesson Plans, Teacher Guides, Activities, and more Progressive Era Web Sites America 1900  America 1900 by PBS American Experience paints a picture of life in the United S…

The Progressive Era

In the early twentieth century, reformers worked to improve American society and counteract the effect of industrialization. 

The Progressive Era to the New Era, 1900-1929 | Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

New content is added regularly to the website, including online exhibitions, videos, lesson plans, and issues of the online journal History Now, which features essays by leading scholars on major topics in American history.

20. The Progressive Era | THE AMERICAN YAWP

The American Yawp excellent text along with graphic on the Progressive Era

Free Speech in the Progressive Era | American Experience | PBS

Socialist and anarchist speakers provoked local law enforcement officials with their inflammatory, pro-union, anti-capitalist speeches.