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Pennsylvania 'Academic Standards' Relevant to Woodland Indian Outreach Programs *Highlighted text indicate specific subjects/topics that are address in our programs.
8.2 Pennsylvania History 8.2.6 A. Identify and explain the political and cultural contributions of individuals and groups to Pennsylvania history from Beginnings to 1824. -Inhabitants (e.g., Native Americans, Europeans, Africans)
C. Identify and explain how continuity and change have influenced Pennsylvania from the Beginnings to 1824. -Belief Systems and Religions (e.g., Native Americans, Quakers)
8.3 United States History 8.3.6 A. Identify and explain the political and cultural contributions of individuals and groups to United States history from Beginnings to 1824. -Native Americans, Africans and Europeans
B. Identify and explain primary documents, material artifacts and historic sites important in United States history from Beginnings to 1824. -Historic Places (e.g., Cahokia Mounds, Spanish Missions, Jamestown)
D. Identify and explain conflict and cooperation among social groups and organizations in United States history from Beginnings to 1824. -Ethnic and Racial Relations (e.g., cooperation between and among Native Americans and European settlers, slave uprisings,... -Military Conflicts (e.g., French and Indian War, American Revolution, War of 1812) (Mentioned in Fur Trade Era Program Only)
Content From: Pennsylvania Department of Education
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