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Skills available for Hawaii eighth-grade social studies standards

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SS.8.1 The US Constitution: 1785–1791

SS.8.2 Governing Early America: 1787–1837

SS.8.3 Native America and Westward Expansion: 1787–1876

SS.8.4 Industrial America: 1810–1860

SS.8.5 Slavery: 1808–1861

  • Economics

  • Geography

    • SS.8.5.14 Human-Environment Interaction: Place, Regions, and Culture

      • Endurance and Resistance

        • SS.8.5.14.2 Examine how enslaved people adapted to and resisted slavery

SS.8.6 Social Reform Movements: 1800–1860

  • History

    • SS.8.6.18 Perspectives

      • Religion and Reform

        • SS.8.6.18.1 Analyze the religious and utopian movements that flourished around the Second Great Awakening

  • Civics

    • SS.8.6.7 Civic Virtues and Democratic Principles

      • Social Reform Movements

        • SS.8.6.7.2 Evaluate the effectiveness of 19th-century reform movements

SS.8.7 Civil War: 1861–1865

SS.8.8 Reconstruction and the Rise of Jim Crow: 1865–1900

  • Civics

    • SS.8.8.8 Processes, Rules, and Laws

      • Promise of Reconstruction

        • SS.8.8.8.1 Assess the efforts of the federal government and African Americans to forge a new political and social order after emancipation

  • History