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Thank you to those generous people who shared ideas.  I'm having the devil of a 
time cutting and pasting this.  I hope I don't forget anything!  I've tried to save 
this where I can find it again next year!

Ellie Weiss
Library Media
New Boston Central School (K-6)
New Boston, NH

This is my American history page 
go to Am. Rev. from top table of contents --spy letters that I use for the lesson 
is in the top center. Biography site I use is in lower right of the section. The 
second link in the top row from the left will get you to another page with LOTS of 
links and teacher lesson plans too. 

Check out
That's one of the easiest sites (it's a link from the main site).

We have lots of others at
but they may be too hard for what you need.

Here's a terrific pathfinder for web resources related to American Revolution: 

Other pathfinders for kids on same site: <> 
Other pathfinders in general: <> 
Shirley Rhodes 
USF LIS Student 
Source: <> - University of 
South Florida Librarians Susan Silver and Ilene Frank provided excellent 
information on pathfinders: what they should be, what to consider when making them, 
and how to choose your resources.

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