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“Preserving American Freedom” project is a selection of fifty treasured documents and manuscripts illustrating the exercise and denial of freedom throughout our nation’s history. All of the primary sources center on the issue of freedom. Freedom as an over- arching theme allows teachers, K -12, great leeway to incorporate these documents into United States History, World History, and several other academic curriculums.

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The Declaration of Independence: The Struggle for Equality DBQ illustrates how a teacher may incorporate several documents from the “Preserving American Freedom” project to focus on one theme (the struggle for equality). The struggle for equality is a continuous, yet changing, fight for various groups within United States History. The Declaration of Independence: The Struggle for Equality DBQ is structured to challenge a student’s overall knowledge of American History; it is best suited for the end of the semester or school year.

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“Negotiating Freedom in the New Republic”
Pennsylvania Abolitionist Society DBQ


Directions: The following question requires that all students compose an essay based on the documents below and knowledge obtained through various sources.

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