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|Title:||An American success story : The Pope House of Raleigh, NC|
Web site providing a lesson plan based on the the Dr. M. T. Pope House, a home on the National Register of Historic Places, in Raleigh, North Carolina. According to information on the nomination form, the Pope House, "represents racial intolerance and segregation, but also the strength and dignity of those who refused to be subjugated by bigotry." The lesson plan provides context and introductory questions, maps of downtown Raleigh in 1903 and 2005, biographical information about the Pope family, photographs of the family and the home, a list of activities, and a list of supplementary resources.
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|Types:||instructional materials | learning modules | lesson plans | web sites | maps | photographs | editorial cartoons | texts (document genres) | Text|
|Subjects:||Pope, M. T. (Manassa Thomas), 1858-1934 | Pope, Delia H. (Delia Haywood), 1880-1955 | Pope, Ruth Permelia, 1910-2000 | Pope, Evelyn Bennett, 1908-1995 | Historic sites--North Carolina | Brick houses--North Carolina--Raleigh | Dwellings--North Carolina | Middle class African Americans--North Carolina--Raleigh | African Americans--Social conditions | Race relations | Freedmen--North Carolina--Raleigh | African American businesspeople--North Carolina--Raleigh | African American families--North Carolina--Raleigh | Raleigh (N.C.)--Race relations--History--20th century | United States, North Carolina, Wake County, Raleigh, 35.772096, -78.6386145|
|Collection:||Teaching with Historic Places|
|Institution:||National Park Service|
|Contributors:||United States. National Park Service|
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From the Teaching with Historic Places Collection
|Persistent Link to Item:||https://www.nps.gov/teachers/classrooms/124pope.htm|