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m The branch of knowledge dealing with

past events;
m a continuous, systematic narrative of
past events as relating to a particular
people, country, period, person, etc.,
usually written as a chronological
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history are destined to
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that history today, we may lose a
significant resource: community
members who lived through important
developments in labor history.
m ©inks the present to the past so that students
better understand the cyclical nature of
history;
m Allows students to experience history first-hand;
m Expands our understanding of the effects of
events;
m Focuses upon ordinary people;
m Promotes critical thinking about a historical
event;
m Pushes students to become active citizens;
m Helps prepare young people for what they
may experience in the work world.
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