I am so excited to share what we have been collecting and researching for the past few months!

I have mentioned before that Raven chose the Civil War as our topic of study over the summer months.  Well, we decided to focus on how the Civil War specifically played out in our state- Kansas.

So we have decided to name our study:

Blood on the Border

The Civil War comes to Kansas Territory

The study is finished! Links to all the posts in this series are at the end.

This set of notebooking pages covers topics and people that pertain to the history of the Civil War in Kansas that you won’t find in regular textbooks!

There are 40 pages, including some basic blank pages at the end that you can use for any topic.

Many of the pages fit right with the free resources I have found and will share in our unit study.

Please click the button below to go to the download page for this notebooking pack!

To download over at Google Documents you click file -> download.

Civil War in Kansas posts:

Each of these posts contain links to resources, book recommendations, and some even have more notebooking and printable pages!

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6 Responses to Introducing a New History Study: Blood on the Border

  1. […] I stumbled upon this website when I was looking for clip-art to put in my Civil War notebooking printable pack. […]

  2. Oooooo I love Civil War history and I love notebooking! Great FreeB! Thanks for linking up!

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  4. Elizabeth says:

    Wow! These are so awesome. Thank you for sharing them – I’ve been inspired to maybe do something like this for Kentucky.

  5. […] don’t miss out on the FREE Notebooking Pack that goes right along with this history unit Just three months after Kansas became a state, the […]

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