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Classroom Material

Wisconsin State Symbols

Learn about Wisconsin state symbols

Learn to use primary source materials to teach students about the abolitionist movement in Wisconsin in the 1850s.

Print these free paper dolls based on the books Rascal and Caddie Woodlawn to find out about kids lives in Wisconsin over 100 years ago.

Borrow a traveling exhibit about community life in a Native American village 500 years ago.

Classroom Material

The Sinking of the Lucerne

Interactive Resource, Historical Essay, Slide Show

Learn about how the Lucerne sank in the Chequamegon Bay in 1886

Classroom Material

Archaeology Activity Boxes

With our archaeology activity boxes, students will learn using the same tools and techniques employed by archaeologists.

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The Black Hawk War, 1832

Learn about the 1832 conflict between the Sauk and Fox Indians and American troops that ended with the surrender of Black Hawk

Use the 'History and Critical Thinking Handbook" to help guide your students to deeper and more meaningful connections to the past.

See a list of historical highlights from Wisconsin history

Introduce students to Freedom Summer with this overview of key events. Each slide contains images of original documents and notes to help guide discussion

Learn about life on the frontier in Wisconsin in 1851, as recounted in guides designed to attract immigrants to the state from Europe.

National History Day in Wisconsin

Let the National History Day in Wisconsin staff bring the excitement of National History Day into your classroom!

Help your students think like archaeologists with The Mammoth Mystery interactive resource.

Download the 'Thinking Like A Historian' poster for your classroom.

Supplemental teaching materials for 'Native People of Wisconsin'

Interactive whiteboard resources designed for use with Patty Loew's "Native People of Wisconsin" for the 4th grade classroom.
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