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By a six-vote margin, Congress passed the Indian Removal Act, which forced more than 46,000 Native Americans to abandon their homes. The human geography of North America was permanently changed by the resulting forced migration, known as the Trail of Tears.
On May 28, 1830, Congress passed the Indian Removal Act, beginning the forced relocation of thousands of Native Americans in what became known as the Trail of Tears.
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I am mixed black foot indian sweedish irish and the rest I do not know.;-)



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Looking for professional development opportunities this summer? Our free online course will rejuvenate you and give you new tools to spark curiosity and environmental awareness in your students.
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NASA Mission Will Look for Life http://wp.me/p2Ij6x-6iC

SCIENCE NASA has taken the first small step in a mission to explore Jupiter’s icy moon Europa, one of the most likely places in our solar system for alien life to exist. (Smithsonian) Our Emerging Explorer Kevin Hand has also been “Looking for Life” on…
SCIENCE NASA has taken the first small step in a mission to explore Jupiter's icy moon Europa, one of the most likely places in our solar system for alien life to exist. (Smithsonian) Our Emerging ...
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Great achievement of science and technology, hats off!
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The Golden Gate Bridge spans 1.7 miles, looming large over the water of the San Francisco Bay as it mixes the Pacific Ocean. The bridge is painted orange so it stands out in the dense fog that develops in the area. 
On May 27, 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge, connecting the city of San Francisco to the Marin Headlands, opened to the public. ;
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On the grand scale of time, humans have only very recently been able to travel farther than their own feet can take them. National Geographic has FREE resources to bring the wonder of flight to your students.
Find multimedia and activities related to the themes of human migration, globalization, and the history of aviation, created to complement the film Living in the Age of Airplanes.
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That will be fantastic experience for students.
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Joe Grabowski is a sixth and eighth grade science and math teacher in Guelph, Ontario. He has been teaching for five years. My classes use technology to explore the world. In the last year and a half we’ve connected, via Skype and Google Hangout, with…
Joe Grabowski is a sixth and eighth grade science and math teacher in Guelph, Ontario. He has been teaching for five years. My classes use technology to explore the world. In the last year and a ha...
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Every school year has its ups and downs, but this playlist of kid-friendly videos about roller coasters will have your students screaming for all the right reasons. Buckle up and put up your hands! It's time to learn about what makes our favorite rides so exciting.
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Creature Feature: Ants Don’t Have Traffic Jams

By Allie Miller and Jeanette Lim from the Biomimcry Institute Drivers in Miami, Florida, spend almost 50 hours a year stuck in traffic. New York City drivers spend close to 60 hours. Washington, DC, drivers honk their horns for a whopping 65 hours per…
By Allie Miller and Jeanette Lim from the Biomimcry Institute Drivers in Miami, Florida, spend almost 50 hours a year stuck in traffic. New York City drivers spend close to 60 hours. Washington, DC...
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CALLING ALL STUDENTS! You're invited to join us tomorrow morning as National Geographic broadcasts live from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama.

Explore the troves of information inside coral with Nat Geo Explorer Clare Fieseler (pictured here) and Dr. Karl Castillo. No scuba gear required! Tune in here: http://on.natgeo.com/1HMNJXI
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I wish I could be there with u one day.. ;)
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Storms Sweep through the Southern Plains http://wp.me/p2Ij6x-6il

ENVIRONMENT Storms battered the Southern Plains, as far east as Florida and as far south as Mexico, resulting in deadly floods, a rush of tornadoes, and gale-force winds. (CNN) Use our activity to create your own weather map, and take a look at our own…
ENVIRONMENT Storms battered the Southern Plains, as far east as Florida and as far south as Mexico, resulting in deadly floods, a rush of tornadoes, and gale-force winds. (CNN) Use our activity to ...
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Very interesting & thanks so much for sharig!
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Twelve million immigrants came to the United States via Ellis Island, often assumed to be part of New York. In 1998, an argument over sales taxes and development rights forced the United States Supreme Court to decide whether the famous landmark really did belong to the Empire State.
On May 26, 1998, the United States Supreme Court ruled that Ellis Island was mostly in the state of New Jersey—not mostly in the state of New York. ;
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ENVIRONMENT The White House has released new strategies to boost the insects so crucial to our food supply. Here’s how you can do your part to support pollinators at home. (Nat Geo News) Use our simple instructions to build your own bee hotel—we have…
ENVIRONMENT The White House has released new strategies to boost the insects so crucial to our food supply. Here's how you can do your part to support pollinators at home. (Nat Geo News) Use our si...
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