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Lews and Clark & the Indian Country

Lewis and Clark Resources

 Lewis and Clark and the Indian Country, is the exhibit curated by our speaker, Dr. Frederick Hoxie and the Newberry Library,and the link takes you to the online verison.  

The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition is an excellent website, with all the known expedition journals arranged chronlologically.

Lewis and Cark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery is the website of the PBS documentary that was produced some ten years ago and which contains good resources.

Here is the RESPONSE TO READING ASSINGMENT that is Due on November 12. 

Also due that day is the Creating Primary Source Assignment associated with the topic of the Lewis & Clark Seminar.

Part 1: Wayne County Public Library, Wooster

8:30: Refreshments

9:00 Welcome, Icebreaker, Announcements

9:15: Presentation by Dr. Frederick Hoxie, Swanlund Professor of History at the University of Illinois 

10:30: Break

10:45: Presentation Continued

11:45: Conclusion; proceed to Tri-County ESC in Wooster

Directions from the Library to Tri-County ESC


Part 2: Tri-County ESC, Wooster

Noon: Lunch

1:00 Lewis & Clark and Westward Expansion in the Classroom - Janice Kollar

1:50: Afternoon break

2:00 Primary Source Activity – Betsy Hedler

2:50: Evaluation - Matt Courser

3:00 Head for Home

Core Theme: Growing the Nation: Technology, Industrialism & Westward Expansion

Here is the PRIMARY SOURCE ACTIVITY ONE assignment that you will create based on resources associated with this seminar. The assignment is due at the NEXT Seminar on DECEMBER 10.

 

 

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