Lessons for Richmond

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  • Richmonds Weathering! - … PowerPoint Presentation on Richmond's Weathering 10 min PowerPoint Presentation on ArcIMS Application 10 min GIS Lab: Richmond's Weathering 5-10 … -lecture using the PowerPoint Presentation on Richmond's Weathering or have the students read Background: Richmond's Weathering. 3. Key Questions (Checking … provided for use in assessing students' understanding. Paper-Pencil Test: Richmond's Weathering! The following table shows how the assessment items …
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  • Unboxing Henry Box Brown - … Henry Brown was an enslaved 33 year old living in Richmond, VA. Desperate to escape to freedom, Henry devised an ambitious … have been difficult about this? When Henry was sent to Richmond, what happened to his parents and siblings? What do you … inspiration to be shipped in a box by rail from Richmond to Philadelphia. Samuel Smith then contacted James Miller McKim, a … been difficult about enslavement? 2. When Henry was sent to Richmond, what happened to his parents and siblings? What do you …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Alabama Archives: Teacher Packet - … hospital of the Alabama Reg't, Yorktown," Alabama Hospitals in Richmond, Administrative files, SG13406, folder 10, Alabama Department of Archives and … and History, Montgomery, Alabama. Document 6: "Deaths," Alabama Hospitals in Richmond, Administrative files, SG13406, folder 8, Alabama Department of Archives and … , Montgomery, Alabama. Document 8: "Record of Deaths," Alabama Hospitals in Richmond, Administrative files, SG13406, folder 7, Alabama Department of Archives and …
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  • A Unit on Virginia - Lesson 3: Richmond Is Our State Capital - … capitals) Map of Virginia (one that shows cities) Pictures of Richmond, especially government buildings (can be found in books, tourist brochures … city .) 5. Locate Richmond on the map and draw attention to the star symbol next to it. Identify Richmond and explain that … verse of The State of Virginia. Observations: Showing pictures of Richmond, made the discussion more concrete for students. Conclusions: After learning …
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  • As the War Turns - Exploring the Drama of the Civil War - … assassination of Davis and his cabinet. The failed raid jolted Richmond, increasing its resolve to use whatever means necessary to destroy … , Richard Sears McCulloh, a chemistry professor, had filled a small Richmond laboratory with cats. Early in 1865, as a delegation of … snowball fights. At some prisons, such as those in the Richmond area, prisoners published their own newspapers and established libraries. Prisoners …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • As the War Turns- Exploring the Drama of the Civil War - … assassination of Davis and his cabinet. The failed raid jolted Richmond, increasing its resolve to use whatever means necessary to destroy … , Richard Sears McCulloh, a chemistry professor, had filled a small Richmond laboratory with cats. Early in 1865, as a delegation of … snowball fights. At some prisons, such as those in the Richmond area, prisoners published their own newspapers and established libraries. Prisoners …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Rambling through the Regions - … coach discovers. Watch carefully for the two important features of Richmond that are mentioned in this clip.” Resume the video and … area did the coach come up with?” (Richmond) Say, “Name two important features of Richmond? (Federal Reserve Bank, laws are made there … passes through.” (Norfolk, Richmond, Charlottesville) Ask, “In which region does Norfolk reside?” (Tidewater) Ask, “In which region does Richmond reside?” (Piedmont) Ask …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Teaching American History - … 22, 1775, in Richmond, Virginia. ( Students will first examine a map of Virginia, noting the distance of Richmond from the capital of … spoke heatedly on the subject. In a little church in Richmond he gave an impassioned speech entreating his fellow countrymen to … 2. Identify original 13 colonies. 3. Discuss relative location of Richmond in terms of the coming war. Where were the first … Patrick Henry gave his famous speech in Henrico Church in Richmond? He wanted the delegates of the Virginia Convention to pass …
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  • Hats, Hats, Hats - … , 1862)" (02:09) Segment 39: "Union Forces Capture Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia (April, 1865)" (01:46) Slide 14: History of Transportation … did Grant command? (Union) Why was the capture of Richmond important? (Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy.) Where did the surrender … in Virginia that grew rapidly because of the railroads? (Roanoke, Richmond, Norfolk, Newport News, Petersburg, Alexandria, Lynchburg) Do you think railroads …
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  • Civil War - Create A Living Timeline - … at http://database.civics.unc.edu/ 6 April 1865 Fallen Richmond Presentation Surrender at Appomattox Courthouse Presentation Assassination of President Lincoln … , the measure was never put into effect. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------April 1865 - Fallen Richmond On March 25, General Lee attacked General Grant s forces …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
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