Spirited: Prohibition in America-Education Resources

We encourage students and educators to visit the Evanston History Center to view “Spirited: Prohibition in America.” The exhibit offers a range of topics to engage students, from women’s history and immigration to social activism and constitutional law.

The following lesson plans are available to download. Please feel free to tailor them according to your needs. And please share your work or your own lesson plans with us!

Questions? Please contact Jenny Thompson, EHC Director of Education: jthompson@evanstonhistorycenter.org

Lesson Plans for Educators (click links to download pdf):
Regional Relics of Prohibition
Reading and Writing the 1920s – F. Scott Fitzgerald and Flapper Speak
Temperance Tantrum – Civic Action and Protest
The Bill of Rights and Amending the Constitution

More:
Spirited Exhibit Overview
General Resources on Prohibition
Gallery Activity
United States Constitution
SPIRITED – Reference Materials

Online resources from museums, non-profits, and educational centers:

Educational resources centering on the U.S. Constitution from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.

An interactive exhibit on prohibition from The Mob Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Lesson Plans from PBS and Ken Burns and Lynne Novick’s documentary, Prohibition.