Native Americans to the National Road: Indiana 1700-1851 DVD
This DVD set allows students to discover the interaction of Native American, the French, the British, and the Americans on the Indiana Frontier, and follows the transformation of Indiana from a pioneer territory to a settled state. Bonus material explores what it means to be a Hoosier through four students and their famiy stories, and informs students about the ethnic groups that came to Indiana--where they came from, how they came, how they adjusted, an what contribution they made to the state. Includes printable teacher's guide on DVD-ROM in PDF format.
2 DVD discs; Running time 2 hours, 14 mins.