#060 Major Civil Rights Events, 1954-1968

$ 149.00$ 199.00

The Major Civil Rights Events, 1954-1968 wall map includes the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling; the 1963 March on Washington/”I Have a Dream” Speech; the first lunch counter sit-in, in 1960; the 1968 murder of Martin Luther King, Jr.; the 1962 integration of the University of Mississippi; and several racial murders.



All maps in this series meet US history curriculum requirements and are markable with a wet erase or water-soluble marker. Durably laminated maps measure 46″ x 32″ or 36″ x 48″.This product is ideal for public, private, parochial, and home schools.

Map is available with the following options:

  • Laminated: Laminated for protection on both sides. Use wet erase markers to write on & wipe off.
  • Spring roller: A Spring roller is applied to a Laminated map to turn it into a pull down map.
  • Spring roller/Backboard: Laminated map is attached to spring roller and we provide backboard and all components to mount map on wall.

Save money and space by mounting History Wall Maps together, as a set, on one spring roller-mounted wall map operation.
To create your custom wall map sets, please call 800-829-6277

+ Custom History Sets are available in sets of 2 to 8 maps.

Additional information

Weight 9 kg
Dimensions 32 × 46 cm
Finishing Selection

Laminated, Spring Roller, Spring Roller/Backboard