Indians, slaves, and freedmen in the Pee Dee Region of South Carolina : curricula materials for teachers

Authors
Hacker, Debi
Trinkley, Michael
Chicora Foundation
Keywords
Education--Curricula--South Carolina , Indians of North America--Study and teaching--South Carolina , Slaves--Study and teaching--South Carolina , Freedmen--Study and teaching--South Carolina , Pee Dee Region (S.C.)--History
Abstract
The goal of this publication is to help teachers better present the unique and diverse history of the Pee Dee region to their students. We have incorporated three basic "themes" of Pee Dee history - - Native American, African American Slave and Plantation Life, and Postbellum Tenancy. In each we have tried to not only provide teachers.with the background to integrate Pee Dee regional material into their classroom studies of South Carolina history, but also to begin implementing a integrated curricula which incorporates math and science.
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1993-02
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2020-03-09T13:25:27Z
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2020-03-09T13:25:27Z
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Digital Collection
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Copyright status undetermined. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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