Heart Mountain Relocation Center

Lesson Overview:

The objectives of this lesson plan is to compare, contrast, and draw conclusions based on competing historical evidence related to the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming.

Standards:

National Standards for United States History Era 8, Standard 3c: Evaluate the internment of Japanese American during the war and assess the implication for civil liberties.

Author(s):

American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming

Link:

http://ahc.uwyo.edu/eduoutreach/lessonplans/heartmountain/default.htm

Grade Band:

5-8, 9-12

Integrated Subjects:

History, Civics, U.S. History, Social Studies

Languages:

English

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