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12-Week Program
 
Me working at Fort MichilimackinacAn introduction to Michigan's historic heritage, this program can be specifically geared towards elementary to high school levels.  With most of the one hour courses listed below covered, this 12-week program gives the student a political, geographic and social feel for the time.  I employ the use of maps and many "show and tell" items.  There are 11 presentations each 60 minutes long with the 12th week reserved for the "Michigan History Jeopardy Game." 
 
$60 per Presentation for first classroom (x12) .........................................$720
$35 per Presentation for each additional classroom (x12).....................$420
For example:
2 Classes for 12 Weeks.........................................................................$1,140
3 Classes for 12 Weeks.........................................................................$1,560
4 Classes for 12 weeks.........................................................................$1,980
 
One Hour Programs.......................................................$75 per program
                                                                            (plus travel expenses, if any)
 
  • Etienne Brule: The Great Lakes, Major Indian tribes of Michigan, The Algonquin language
  • Marquette & Jolliet: Trip of exploration, Jesuits arrival in Michigan
  • Charles Langlade: French & Indian War, French forts
  • Chief Pontiac: Indian Uprising of 1763, Attacks at Detroit and Fort Michilimackinac
  • War of 1812: History and surrender of Fort Mackinac, Capt. Roberts and Ltn. Hanks
  • War of 1812: Oliver Hazard Perry, Surrender and Rescue of Detroit, Naval battles
  • Underground Railroad in Michigan: Fugitive Slave Act, The Cromwell Case, Capt. Jonathan Walker
  • Thomas Alva Edison: Early childhood, Inventions
  • Great Fire of 1881 (The Thumb Fire): Causes and consequences, Cemeteries, Survivors' stories
  • Becoming a State: Stevens T. Mason, boy governor, The Toledo War, U.P. copper and iron industry
  • Women at Fort Michilimackinac: 1700's clothing, Fort food preparation and preservation (in costume)
  • Colonial Social Dancing: 18th Century social dancing.  Cirlce dances, longways, and contradances.
 
If you are interested in a customized program, please fill out my contact form and I will call you to discuss how Michigan History Alive can meet your needs.
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