Everything you need to understand or teach 1919 The Year That Changed America by Martin W. Sandler.
William H. Sandler's nonfiction text entitled 1919: The Year that Changed America presents a total of six different events that together, paint a complex and detailed portrait of a country in transition. The text discusses the Great Molasses Flood, women's suffrage, an eight-month period of violent race riots termed the Red Summer, the first Red Scare, the progression of the labor rights movement, and the onset of Prohibition. Along the way, Sandler invokes themes such as oppression, courage, and hope.
1919 The Year That Changed America Lesson Plans contain 150 pages of teaching material, including: