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Overview

This page offers guidance for engaging students with the Grades 8-12 Online Exhibit, “Communitarian Experiment,” part of the larger exhibit, “Radical Equality: 1842-1846″ about the utopian abolitionist community, the Northampton Association of Education and Industry (NAEI).

HANDOUTS AND WORKSHEETS

All of the materials needed for these lessons are available to download as Word documents on the Downloads page.

ABOUT THIS STORY

Reliable secondary sources provide context that helps make sense of evidence from the past: documents, artifacts, and images called primary sources. Who made the items that we are studying? Why? Where did they come from? What was happening around them?

  1. An illustrated version of the story of the Northampton Association of Education and Industry (NAEI) for high school students and adults appears on the "Background" pages.
  2. video tour offers yet another, highly accessible way to learn much of the background.

 

What makes these secondary sources reliable?

ALL of our sources are directly based upon extensive research by trained, veteran scholars, especially Historic Northampton’s Kerry Buckley and the University of Connecticut’s Christopher Clark. Reference their published works on our "Sources" page, under “Explanation of Sources.”

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