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The Starving Time in Jamestown

Students will work with primary resources such as diary entries to investigate a historical situation, the starving time in Jamestown.  This interactive site raises questions that students can attempt to answer using 21st century skills. They may also realize that
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Students will work with primary resources such as diary entries to investigate a historical situation, the starving time in Jamestown. This interactive site raises questions that students can attempt to answer using 21st century skills. They may also realize that some unanswered questions concerning this important time in U.S. history may remain.

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