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Flag Day: Citizenship in a One-Room School

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Flag Day originated in a one-room school in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin. Learn about the schoolhouse, now a National Historic Site, and how America’s early one-room schools were designed to provide basic education and to turn immigrants into American citizens.

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Virtual, Solo Activity

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beginner-friendly

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