The Montana Historical Society's NEH-funded DVD, Montana Mosaic: 20th-Century People and Events, has two primary objectives:
1. to expose teachers and students to new primary source material, and
2. To facilitate rigorous intellectual inquiry and discussion of twentieth-century topics.
The DVD's twelve episodes use a combination of historical photographs from the archives of the Montana Historical Society and KUFM-Montana PBS, original footage, and interviews to explore important episodes of Montana's twentieth-century history. The unique stories told in Montana Mosaic reveal Montana's connections to both national and international trends, and each episode explores one or more of the following broad themes: industrialization and deindustrialization, relocation and dislocation, ethnic migration, federalization, environmentalism, and progressivism.
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