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Welcome Delaware County SchoolsAugust 25, 2016Tote Bag Curriculum Meeting

The DCHSTeacher Tote BagProgram

Ohio Social Studies Standards connections:Grade 1 : Families Now and Long Ago, Near and FarIndividuals as members of families; Beginning map skills; Role as citizensGrade 2 : People Working Together: Learn about jobs today and long ago.Biographies, primary sources, artifacts; Diverse cultures and role as citizens

Grade 3 : Communities: Past and Present, Near and FarHow communities have changed over time; Study of local history through artifacts and documents; How communities are governed and local economy organized

Grade 4 : Ohio historyEarly development of Ohio and the United States: history, geography, government, economy; Prehistoric Ohio cultures, early American life, the U.S. Constitution, development and growth of Ohio and the U.S.; Ideas and events from the past have shaped Ohio and the U.S. today

Grade 8 : U.S. Studies from 1492 to 1877: Exploration and ReconstructionHow historic events are shaped by geographic, social, cultural, economic and political factors, Northwest Ordinance, French and Indian War, War for Independence, War of 1812, Civil War, Reconstruction

Grade Three: Communities: Past and Present, Near and Far

~ How communities change over time

~ Study of local history through artifacts and documents

~ How communities are governed and local economy organized

Key Ideas and Details:CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.3.3 Describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.Craft and Structure:CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.3.5 Use text features and search tools (e.g., key words, sidebars, hyperlinks) to locate information relevant to a given topic efficiently.Integration of Knowledge and Ideas:CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.3.7 Use information gained from illustrations (e.g., maps, photographs) and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text (e.g., where, when, why, and how key events occur).Reading and Level of Text Complexity:CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.3.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at the high end of the grades 23 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

http://www.delawareohiohistory.org/

http://barnatstratford.org/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delaware-County-Historical-Society/154135447959654

Google: Delaware county historical society Ohio

Education and Curriculum Support PageEducational Programming offered through the volunteers of the DCHS include:

~ Walking tours of OWU and early streets of Delaware~ Tour of the historic Nash House~ Scavenger Hunt in the DCHS Library Museum that includes exhibits and displays~ Tote Bag program; visiting classroom Tote Bags with artifacts, maps, newspaper articles and other primary sources~ DCHS Website resources for Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and High School~ Artifact Cart: Delaware Then and Now; Pioneer Day (Grades 1,2,3)

Call or email to schedule these activities: schools@DelawareOhioHistory.org Phone: 740-369-3831

Walking Tour Information:

Visit the area where the City of Delawarebegan. The tour begins at the spring on Ohio Wesleyans campus. The guide willrelate why the city started at that locationand how early settlers got their roots there. Explore the area and see first hand the effectthat geography had in the beginnings of thecity. All 4 strands of the social studiescurriculum will be woven into the tour including early business and government.

All 4 strands of the social studies curriculum will be woven into the tour including early business and government.

A Walk on Winter Street When Delaware was laid out in 1808, the town covered an area from Central Avenue on the north to the Delaware Run on the south and from the Olentangy (Whetstone) River on the east to Liberty Street on the west. Winter Street has been said to be the most beautiful street in the world, with its many stately trees and beautiful homes.

Sometimes we split this activitywith the Arts Castle.

Education and Curriculum Support PageEducational Programming offered through the volunteers of the DCHS include:

~ Walking tours of OWU and early streets of Delaware~ Tour of the historic Nash House~ Scavenger Hunt in the DCHS Library Museum that includes exhibits and displays~ Trunk program; visiting classroom traveling trunk with artifacts, maps, newspaper articles and other primary sources~ DCHS Website resources for Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and High School

Call or email to schedule these activities: schools@DelawareOhioHistory.org Phone: 740-369-3831

The "Nash" House is located at 157 E. William St., Delaware City Inlot #635 (old lot #18) in the "Lamb & Sturdevant Addition" to the city dated August 24th 1855. 1876 was a busy year for the property. Hugh and Nancy Carter sold it to Christopher Potter for $850, then Christopher and Emily M. Potter sold it to John Slattery for $1200, then John & Mary Slattery sold it to Thomas Slattery for $1200. The 1879 Tax duplicate book has the notation to "Add H (House) @ $1000" making the tax value $1230.

These notations and increases appear in the tax books the year after they happen, indicating that the house was completed in 1878.Thomas Slattery, son of John and Mary Slattery, married Wilmina (also known as Mina or "Neena") E. Zimmer, daughter of William and Katrina (Anna Catherine) Zimmer onFebruary22, 1876. Their first child, Minnie Angeline was born November 6, 1876 while the house was being built. When they moved in to the house in 1878, Thomas was 29 and Mina was 22. Thomas worked as a clerk with the railroad and Mina was a seamstress. William Henry was born May 30, 1879 and John Thomas March 9, 1881. Three children under the age of four quickly made the house a home. Sarah Mariah, born July 14, 1882, was their fourth Child. Two weeks later, August 1, 1882 Minna Died, as did baby Sarah who survived for only 17 days. The funerals took place in the parlor of the house. Probably due to grief or his own failing health, Thomas sold the house in late 1882 to Ann Hutchins for $2800. Thomas' son, John Thomas died in 1883. Thomas lived less than one more year, dying on June 14, 1884 at 35 years of consumption (TB). They are all buried in Oak Grove Cemetery.

Education and Curriculum Support PageEducational Programming offered through the volunteers of the DCHS include:

~ Walking tours of OWU and early streets of Delaware~ Tour of the historic Nash House~ Scavenger Hunt in the DCHS Library Museum that includes exhibits and displays~ Trunk program; visiting classroom traveling trunk with artifacts, maps, newspaper articles and other primary sources~ DCHS Website resources for Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and High School~ Artifact Cart: Delaware Then and Now; Pioneer Day

Call or email to schedule these activities: schools@DelawareOhioHistory.org Phone: 740-369-3831

Scavenger Hunt

Students will be given time to locate certain items in the Library Research Reading Room.Find items & learn the history of:

~ The Little Brown Jug~ President Rutherford B. Hayes~ Senator Frank B. Willis~ The Lincoln blood~ The White House Egg Roll~ and more!

Education and Curriculum Support PageEducational Programming offered through the volunteers of the DCHS include:

~ Walking tours of OWU and early streets of Delaware~ Tour of the historic Nash House~ Scavenger Hunt in the DCHS Library Museum that includes exhibits and displays~ Tote Bag program; visiting classroom Tote Bag with artifacts, maps, newspaper articles and other primary sources~ DCHS Website resources for Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and High School~ Artifact Cart: Delaware Then and Now; Pioneer Day

Call or email to schedule these activities: schools@DelawareOhioHistory.org Phone: 740-369-3831

Education and Curriculum Support PageEducational Programming offered through the volunteers of the DCHS include:

~ Walking tours of OWU and early streets of Delaware~ Tour of the historic Nash House~ Scavenger Hunt in the DCHS Library Museum that includes exhibits and displays~ Trunk program; visiting classroom traveling trunk with artifacts, maps, newspaper articles and other primary sources~ DCHS Website resources for Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and High School~ Artifact Cart: Delaware Then and Now; Pioneer Day (Grades 1,2,3)

Call or email to schedule these activities: schools@DelawareOhioHistory.org Phone: 740-369-3831

Classroom visits andpresentations

Hands-onexperiences forThen and Now

Education and Curriculum Support PageEducational Programming offered through the volunteers of the DCHS include:

~ Walking tours of OWU and early streets of Delaware~ Tour of the historic Nash House~ Scavenger Hunt in the DCHS Library Museum that includes exhibits and displays~ Trunk program; visiting classroom traveling trunk with artifacts, maps, newspaper articles and other primary sources~ DCHS Website resources for Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and High School~ Artifact Cart: Delaware Then and Now; Pioneer Day

Call or email to schedule these activities: schools@DelawareOhioHistory.org Phone: 740-369-3831

"A mother and child look at a path near their home, 'Just a trace through the woods' but one that's long been traveled. Answering the child's questions, the mother tells how her great-grandparents used the road, then moves back to Civil War soldiers, earlier settlers, 'Shawnee and Cherokee,'' buffalo, mammoths, a warm sea, and finally 'Questions! Questions crowded like a bed of stars...the mys

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