With the Famous Americans of the 1960s Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to investigate 52 men and women who were key figures in the United States during the 1960s. Students can learn about these men and women and record their date and place of birth, date and place of death (if deceased), what they are known for, and other interesting facts about the individual. 55 pages total. Ages 8-13.
This unit includes Buzz Aldrin; Neil Armstrong; Steve Bales; George W. Ball; Leonard Bernstein; Ruby Bridges; Marie Van Brittan Brown; McGeorge Bundy; Shirley Chisholm; Clark M. Clifford; Roberto Clemente; Michael Collins; Medgar Evers; Aretha Franklin; Jack Garman; Margaret Hamilton; James Andrew Harris; Mary Jackson; Katherine Johnson; Edward M. Kennedy; Robert F. Kennedy; Coretta Scott King; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Eugene (Gene) Kranz; Stephanie Kwolek; Harper Lee; John R. Lewis; Thurgood Marshall; Robert McNamara; James Meredith; Constance Baker Motley; Lee Harvey Oswald; Thomas O. Paine; Francis Gary Powers; Nancy G. Roman; Wilma Rudolph; Dean Rusk; Adlai E. Stevenson; Walter Sweeney, Jr.; Maxwell D. Taylor; Dorothy Vaughan; William C. Westmoreland; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Mamie Eisenhower; Richard M. Nixon; John Fitzgerald Kennedy; Jacqueline Kennedy; Lyndon Baines Johnson; Lady Bird (Claudia Alta) Johnson; Hubert H. Humphrey; Pat Nixon; and Spiro T. Agnew.