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Good morning, class!

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North Carolina Museum of History
American Indians
The History of North Carolina
Stone tools dating from 12,000 to 1000 B.C.E. that were used by the state’s earliest inhabitants. Although they left no written history, their tools tell us about their lives.
Thank you for visiting the NC Museum of History, I hope you enjoyed your trip and learned new things about the history of our state!
Once you have finished your Field Trip and your scavenger hunt, you will need to complete an assessment. To do so, please open your thinkbook notebook and answer the following questions about 3 of the subjects explored:
1. What did you learn that surprised you?
2. Did anything you learned change your perspective about North Carolina and it's history?
3. In 2-4 sentences, sum up what you learned about the subject explored.
North Carolina Museum of History
Good morning, class!
You are beginning your journey to the North Carolina Museum of History, where you will explore the rich history and culture of North Carolina.

During your journey, you will learn many new things and hopefully have fun along the way! Please choose at least 3 areas of the Museum to explore, and be sure that you explore the areas thoroughly.

While you are exploring, you will complete the scavenger hunt I have provided for you and be thinking about these 2 questions:

1. What is the most fascinating piece of North Carolina history to you?
2. If you could live in any of the time periods you explored life and events from, which would it be and why?
image via www.ncmuseumofhistory.org
Take a few moments to explore the Tribes of North Carolina and where they lived!
What do you think?
What do you think life was like as an American Indian?

What do you think would be fun? Hard?

Which tribe did you think was the most interesting?
images via www.ncmuseumofhistory.org
https://www.ncmuseumofhistory.org/learning/for-educators/timelines/american-indian-timeline
American Indian Timeline
Civil War
The Civil war was fought from 1861-1865.
Currently on exhibit at the NC museum of history is "The Bitter End", an exploration of the Civil Wars end.

"Highlighted artifacts include revolvers, swords, battle flags, and uniforms used by North Carolinians who persevered in the face of impossible odds."
https://ncmuseumofhistory.org/exhibits/North-Carolina-And-The-Civil-War

Belt buckle of a North Carolina Confederate soldier
images via relicman.com and nchistoricsites.com
"This permanent exhibit traces life in North Carolina from its earliest inhabitants through the 20th century."
Full size replica of the Wright Flyer
The states 4th oldest house
Exhibit Artifcats Include
https://ncmuseumofhistory.org/Exhibits/The-Story-Of-North-Carolina
North Carolina: Long Story Short - The Musical!
What do you think?
What would it have been like to have been one of the earliest inhabitants of NC?
The Revolutionary War in NC
The Revolutionary War came to North Carolina in 1776
image via ncpedia.org
Think About It
Why do you think the colonists thought it was so important to gain independence from Britain?
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