Integrated history and ecology curricula for Tea Farm Park, Charleston County, South Carolina
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SubjectTea Farm Park (S.C.); Rice--South Carolina--Charleston County--History; Indians of North America--South Carolina--Social conditions; African Americans--South Carolina--Charleston County--Social conditions; Slaves--South Carolina--Charleston County--Social conditions; Tea--South Carolina--Charleston County--History; Education--Curricula--South Carolina; Teaching--Aids and devices
Background information, lesson plans, questions, and activity sheets designed to be used in conjunction with South Carolina students' visits to the Tea Farm Park in Charleston County, S.C.
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