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Native Americans to the National Road

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Title: Indiana 1700-1851: Native Americans to the National Road

Author: Indiana Historical Society and the Sanders Group, Indianapolis Author Bio:

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society and the Sanders Group, Indianapolis Published Date:

Commentary: The four programs on this two-DVD set, each with a teachers' guide, enrich the study of Indiana history, helping meet Indiana's academic standards for social studies and national curriculum standards.
"Frontier Indiana (1700-1800)" explores the interaction of Native Americans, French, British, and Americans in the area that became Indiana. (30 minutes; made with support from Lincoln Financial Group Foundation)
"Pioneer Indiana (1880-1851)" emphasizes the transformation of Indiana from frontier to settled state, including the Indiana Constitutions of 1816 and 1851 and transportation developments. (45 minutes; funded by Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust)
"Hoosiers All" features four students telling their family stories of musicians, farm life, military heroes, and circus heritage. (32 minutes)
"Who Do You Think You Are?" describes the ethnic groups that settled Indiana, considering where they came from and why, how they adjusted while maintaining their ethnic roots, and what contributions they made. (27 minutes)

Length: 134 minutes
Illustrations: Color
ISBN: 978-0-87195-297-4
Price: $19.95
Format: DVD


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