Digital Scholarship K-12 Education Resources

 

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  • Coy, Tommy (2011-11-03)
    Socratic Seminar and Overall Discussion questions from the Native American perspective
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-11-03)
    The Civil War throughout the history books has shown the power and the prestige of President Abraham Lincoln, and what all he had to do to prepare for war. However, not much is talked about in terms of the responsibilities ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-11-03)
    With the victory of the Americans over the British in the Revolutionary War came a large amount of territory that many of the Founding Fathers knew barely anything about. That territory needed to explored, laid out for ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-11-03)
    Written nearly six years before Indiana would be admitted into the United States, Col. James Simrall gives thorough details of the exploration that was made in the area of what would become Indiana around the Mississinewa ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-11-03)
    Prior even to the Revolution, many Indian tribes in the Northwest Territory chose not to side with either the French or the British in the French and Indian War. The war was simple: land. The Indians just couldn’t wrap ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-11-03)
    Just two years into the Presidency of George Washington and four years into the great experiment that was the United States of America, the discussion became what the responsibility was of the U.S. Government in territories ...
  • Coy, Gary (2011-11-03)
    Governor Morton had much going on, and couldn’t just work within his own borders without the help and the guidance of the Federal Government. He needed aid, and that aid was sometimes slow in coming. Thus, the Secretary ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-09-29)
    From the end of July 1861 thru September 1861 Governor Oliver P. Morton had a plethora of issues on his mind. But the biggest thing on his mind was making sure he was getting his state on a war footing. However, Governor ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-09-29)
    The United States, at the time shortly after the opening of the Civil War at Fort Sumter, was trying to put together a force to “quash” the rebellion. What the states also had to contend with was relations with states ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-09-29)
    The firing by the Rebels on Ft. Sumter set in motion a chain of events that would set the course for the United States and the eventual Confederate States of America on a war footing. While both sides believed the war ...
  • Coy, Tommy (2011-09-29)
    The United States was just a few short months into the war, BUT states were feeling the heat from their respective governments to produce soldiers to meet the threat of the rebels. However, in the state of Indiana, there ...
  • White, Shannon (2009-11-09)
    As an alternate approach to creating full lesson plans to accompany this collection, I have created activities that you, as an educator, can fit into your curriculum and lesson plans no matter what state or school district ...