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The Hudson River School, National Identity and America’s National Parks

Walking in a field.
Walking into years past through literature and art.
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This lesson examines the role of literature and art as a reaction to and cause of social change. It begins with the search for an American identity and response to the Industrial Revolution, and ends with the rise of tourism as an industry and the beginnings of National Parks.

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Grade Levels:
Ninth Grade-Twelfth Grade
Subject:
Art, History, Literature
type:
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