Library of Congress Tyne, Woody, Cabin Documentation compiled after 1933
Second Grade Unit Plan
Where have we been? Where are we now? Where are we going? Major changes have taken place over the last one hundred years. Some communities have grow, some have stayed the same, and some are no longer. This unit will focus on these changes and the impact that they have had in the lives of our families and friends.
By Todd Trantham
Jonathan Valley Elementary School- Haywood County Schools
Adventures of the American Mind- Western Carolina University
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- Native Animals Western North Carolina is home to many different species of Appalachian animals. Here is a small list of the animals that reside in the area.
Black Bear (Ursus […]
- Circuit Riders Circuit riding clergymen, mostly Methodist and Baptist, brought religion to the scattered and hard-to-reach settlements of Appalachia before the Civil War. Obtaining resident pastors for […]
- Historical Markers In 1935, North Carolina created one of the nation’s first highway historical marker programs to point out places of historic interest to the motoring public. Over 1400 of the silver and […]
- Quilting Children will use books, magazines, Internet, people from our county and any other resources to gain background knowledge of quilt history, and the stories quilts tell. As a culminating […]
- Stecoah Valley Center, 2011
Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center (Organizational Recipient)
Built of native rock with the skill and labor of many local residents, Stecoah Union School in Graham County […]