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The live SLOG-ITT session with Daniel James Brown, author of The Boys in the Boat, will not be held on Monday, March 30. Check back for additional information that will be posted on the main page of the SLOG-ITT section.
   
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  Ocean conservation promoted through student art
Ocean conservation promoted through student art
March 27, 2015 - There is still time to enter the 2015 Marine Art Contest by the Massachusetts Marine Educators.
 
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oblivious: adjective;not known, without a clue; Find it in blue in today's top story!
 
Weekly VOCAB

Week of March 23

acquainted: verb; to know, to be familiar with;
Florida travel hub launched

deluged: verb; to be overwhelmed with a great amount, as in water;
GBBC is on!

harnessed: verb; to bring together, to capture to use; to put a harness on a horse;
New satellite headed for deep space

quell: verb; to put down, to diminish;
Events of April 1865 to mark end of 2015 Sesquicentennial

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1968: The Broadway musical, Hair, opened.

1899
: Library of Congress: Brewing magnate August Anheuser Busch Jr. was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Scion of the famous brewing family, Busch served as chairman of the Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. from 1946-1975. During his tenure, the company that his grandfather Adolphus Busch established, emerged as the largest brewery in the world. Adolphus Busch came to America from Germany in 1857, settling in St. Louis, Missouri.

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2012-2013 has been a busy and exciting time and we are really looking forward to 2014 with our continuing coverage of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War. The stories to the right are some of our favorites with video and/or printable activities to support learning.

70th anniversary of D-Day
Rosie the Riveter had no time for selfies
Whiskey 7 on her way to Normandy (SNN Video)
 
World War I Centennial
The 'No. 1225' transports magic (SNN Video)
 
War of 1812 Bicentennial
America wins Battle of Lake Erie - again (SNN Video)
Don’t Give Up the Ship
(Printable activity used by students in 1813!)
Get ready for battle on Lake Erie
(Video and music – “Some Nights” by Fun)
Brig Niagara: living history lesson (SNN Video)
 
Civil War Sesquicentennial
First Battle of Bull Run reenacted (SNN Video)
Battle of Antietam (SNN Video)
Gettysburg 150th begins (SNN Video)
Tiny photos reveal untold Civil War history

Wildlife
Rare bird is something to tweet about (SNN Video)
It was a Snowy Owl surprise! (SNN Video)
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U.S. Civil War 1861-1865 Sesquicentennial
 
 
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From statistics in the Great Backyard Bird Count story on 2015 results, about how many species of birds are there in the world?
about 2,500
about 5,000
about 10,000
 
 
Science
Cheer up; cherry trees to bloom! Cheer up; cherry trees to bloom!
March 20, 2015 - At 6:45 p.m. EDT today, winter ends. Soon over 3,000 cherry trees will bloom in the nation's capital, a sure sign spring has arrived!
Vikings visit AmericaVikings visit America
March 12, 2015 - For a look back at the original Vikings from the 8th-11th centuries, visit a new exhibit at Chicago's Field Museum - Vikings.
Library of Congress extends Civil Rights exhibitionLibrary of Congress extends Civil Rights exhibition
Feb. 26, 2015 - A Library of Congress exhibition – The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom – is being extended.
Lincoln left big shoes - and slippers - to fillLincoln left big shoes - and slippers - to fill
Feb. 16, 2015 - On this Presidents’ Day, think of the big shoes – and slippers – Abraham Lincoln left to fill.
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