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TEACHING IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET:
A Collaborative Program Promoting Computer Technology in Social Studies Education, Summers 1997-1998
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Civil Rights in Maryland
a  guide to archival resources
developed for study in the Summer of 1998
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dedicated to the memory of
Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein (1913-1998),
member, 1959-1996, chairman, 1996-1998, Maryland Hall of Records Commission
who was committed to teaching history from original sources 

Introduction:

Constitutional Change at the Federal Level:
  Defending the right to Vote: Losing the Right to Integration: Working Within the Law:   Working Without the Law:

prepared by Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse for the Maryland State Archives, July 21, 1998, with the assistance of Laura Lisy, Matthew Brown, and Leigh Bond 


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