Attic Artifacts: The 101st Airborne

Following World War II, many Americans kept souvenirs of lost loved ones or their time in the war. Many of these articles were stored in boxes or trunks and then tucked away in attics, basements, and garages for decades.
Three soldiers walking with text over the top that reads Attic Artifacts: The 101st Airborne
  1. Overview (PDF)

    Overview (PDF)

    Following World War II, many Americans kept souvenirs of lost loved ones or their time in the war. In this program, students will learn what qualifies as a primary source.

  2. Preparation

    Preparation

    Ensure students are ready with copies of important lesson documents.

  3. Procedure

    Procedure

    Check out the lesson plan for this curriculum set.