1. Overview of a Program: Video from the 2009 Elementary Seminar


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    This video is a retrospective of a "Native American and European Interactions: Rethinking Early American History," a three-day seminar for elementary teachers offered during the fall of…

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    • The Power of A Field Trip: Visit to Vilna Shul


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      During the 2009-2010 School Year we offered a program called "Immigration, Migration, and Race Relations in U.S. History" for middle and high school educators, comprised of book discussions,…

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      • Civil War and Civil Rights Along the Mississippi River: Study Tour Reflections


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        In February 2011 a group of teachers, accompanied by Dr. John Stauffer of Harvard University, flew from Boston to Memphis, TN and from there traveled by bus through the South visiting sites of historic…

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        • Project Archaeology Educator Field School Virginia City, MT


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          Project Archaeology is a heritage education organization dedicated to teaching scientific and historical inquiry, cultural understanding, and the importance of protecting our nation's rich cultural…

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          • Strike while the iron is hot


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            "Tomahawk" is an American Indian term to describe a type of ax or blade used for a variety of purposes. This tool was originally made of rock with a wooden handle until Europeans brought…

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            • Lady Gray - Final Slideshow


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              Erfurth Photographic (that's us) just completed our slideshow of the big photo shoot from mid-January. We are pleased to present our photos set to the music that inspired some of the ideas behind…

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              • Visit an 1830's water powered sawmill


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                Trees offered our ancestors the resource to cut lumber from logs and build their first shelters on the frontier. My great, great grandparents owned a sawmill in Mankato MN starting in the 1860’s.…

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                • CNI: Web 2.0 and the Study of History Through a Living Learning Community


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                  Andrew Bonamici, University of Oregon Heather Briston Corrigan-Solari, University of Oregon Kevin Hatfield, University of Oregon Matthew Villeneuve, University of Oregon Project Briefing Session Web…

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