Progressive Era/Gilded Age (U.S. History)

There is a cart of books on the Progressive Era and the Gilded Age available for you to look at in the library as well as books on individuals who were important to the era. Don’t forget to look in the indexes for information on the areas you are studying.

There is a note taking sheet available to you in both a paper and a digital form. This sheet asks you to write down all the information you will need to include in a bibliography as well as a place to keep track of important information you find.

Library of Congress Image search or click the image below. If your topic does not automatically give you a date to search try entering a broad date such as 1850 or 1900 to help narrow your search results.

Click the image below to add a digital version of the note taking sheet to Pages on your iPad.

Progressive Era Book Notes LOC Notes image LOC Notes image
Note taking sheet for printed books Note taking sheet for online encyclopedias  Note taking sheet for Library of Congress images

Click below for online resources (Mr. Jordan’s Classes)

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Books and Bagels has Begun!


Come down the the High School Library Learning Commons to pick up a copy of one of this month’s books. Choose from Wonder by R.J.Palacio and Hole in My Life by Jack Gantos. We will meet on November 22 at 7:00 AM.

Making Infographics

Here are two tools to help you with making infographics:

Need some help? Here are some hints on how to use

Infogram_Help Infogram Help



Whats New at CEHS?

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Come down to the CEHS Library to check out our new “ReadBox” display for a quick glance at some of our new titles as well as our Books at the Movies display!


New (And Coming Soon) at the CEHS LLC

 Among Others Cover Among Others by Jo Walton. Follow 15-year-old Morwenna Phelps as she is forced to leave her home in Wales after the tragic death of her twin sister in a classic good versus evil battle. Morwenna is sent to a boarding school in England where she is missing the one thing she never thought she would live without, magic. Available Now!
 This is Your Brain on Music Cover This is Your Brain on Music by Daniel J. LevitinIn this non-fiction book author Daniel J. Levitin looks at the connection between music and the human brain. Levitin explores why humans get to attached to certain songs, how music can get stuck in a person’s head and what really makes better musician: practice or talent. Coming Soon!

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Books and Bagels Welcomes You!


Thanks to all who came to the Books and Bagels table at the activity fair at CEHS on September 16th! We will be starting up in November with a new book. We at the CEHS Library Learning Commons will keep you informed about any updates.