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The experience of immigration, starting life in a new country, brings many challenges....... More

The European Jewish experience typically is understood to have begun during the 11th century during the Middle Ages....... More

Categories:  Category Overview 
grades:  Adult 

Jewish history includes the narrative of the Jewish people from the Biblical period, until today....... More

Waves of Jewish immigrants from Europe travelled to America throughout the 1800’s and early 20th century....... More

Preserving Jewish culture, religion, and art as well as remembering and learning from the past, are a paramount concern to the Jewish community....... More

In this lesson, students will use primary sources from the Library of Congress’s website to learn about the lives of Jewish immigrants to America in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries....... More

grades:  High School (9-12) , Adult 

While the Medieval period is often associated with the Black Plague, claiming about 75 million lives, the “Middle Ages,” as it also has been referred to, was a time filled with intellectual curiosity, the expansion of religious ideas, and an increased interest in Greek and Roman art, literature, and philosophy....... More

Categories:  Mid Modern (1750 – 1914) 
grades:  -

Developed for use in middle and high school classrooms, Mission US engages students in the study of transformational moments in American history....... More

From the Tenement Museum: Build a character and join Victoria Confino for a virtual journey from Ellis Island to Orchard Street....... More

Based on the documentary, What We Left Behind, this interdisciplinary lesson/unit focuses on the discovery of thousands of Jewish religious artifacts, communal documents, student records, and correspondence found in the basement of Saddam Hussein’s intelligence headquarters in 2003 by American soldiers....... More

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