Changes in the Local Community Over Time
Contributions of Native Americans, African Americans, and Immigrant Groups
Technology is not necessary, but access to the internet may aid in the lesson progression.
Map of the United States of America
Sample of Tobacco
Visual Documents, see Placard-Passive Resistance, Placard-Field Work, Placard-Runaways, Placard -Slave Auction
- Slave Inventory
- Excerpts from slave children, see Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4
- Slave Work Schedule (activity)
- Slavery in South Carolina (article)
- Primary source pictures of Hewn Timber Cabins
Between the Rivers
This unit Between the Rivers is comprised of two lessons encompassing approximately fifteen days. Lesson One entitled Our Community focuses on the community in which we live and some of the many aspects of this community. During this lesson, the students will study our community and become familiar with a few of the geographic features. This lesson incorporates the natural resources that are in abundance in this area. The second lesson in the unit will examine the natural resources more closely.