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What we refer to today as the U.S.-Mexico border was created as the result of a war fought with our neighbor to the south.
The United States saw massive population growth and change between 1900 and 1965 as immigrants and migrants were drawn to opportunities offered by urban centers.
Post-contact Native American history is rife with borders. Periods of expansion and removal, and systems of reservations and allotment, imposed by European settlers and the U.S.
Essential Understandings for Becoming US: Teaching Immigration and Migration History in the 21st Century is an educational framework based on the ten themes of the National Council of Social Studies standards.
In this page you will find a set of Historic Issues Deliberation Guides on specific topics related to the five units of Becoming US.