2004 Summer Institutes

Era 3: Revolution and New Nation (1754-1820) Era 8: Great Depression and WWII (1929-1945)
For more information or registration, visit www.mtsu.edu/~tah or call Perky Beisel at (615) 904-8334

Photo Credits: Bradley Academy courtesy of Bradley Academy Historical and Cultural Center, Murfreesboro, Tennessee; Horseshoe Bend courtesy of University of Chicago and the Library of Congress; small photos and Declaration of Independence courtesy of the American Memory project of the Library of Congress; schoolroom photo courtesy of TVA archives. Design and production by Angela Smith. AA134-1203

Teaching American History Cumberland River Valley Consortium

Department of History P.O. Box 23 Middle Tennessee State University Murfreesboro, TN 37132
5-31431

Teaching American History
Cumberland River Valley Consortium
2004 Summer Institutes

Era 3: Revolution and New Nation (1754-1820)
June 13-18, 2004
Faculty
David Rowe
Middle Tennessee State University, Lead Instructor

Guest Lecturers
Peter Kolchin
University of Delaware

Rebecca Conard Jan Leone

Middle Tennessee State University, Academic Director Middle Tennessee State University, Graduate Studies Director

“Interpreting and Reinterpreting Slavery”

Martha Harroun Foster

Middle Tennessee State University

Chad McGee

Warren County High School, Project Director

“Native American Economy and Community in the Southeast”

Angela Smith

Middle Tennessee State University

Timothy Silver

Appalachian State University

Historic Sites and Other Venues
Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village, Murfreesboro Fort Loudoun State Park, Vonore Fort Southwest Point, Kingston Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville Tennessee State Museum, Nashville Travellers Rest, Nashville

“The American Frontier in 1800: Perspectives on Land and People”

Era 8: Great Depression and WWII (1929-1945)
June 20-25, 2004
Faculty
Amy Staples
Middle Tennessee State University, Lead Instructor

Guest Lecturers
Reavis Mitchell
Fisk University

Rebecca Conard Jan Leone

Middle Tennessee State University, Academic Director Middle Tennessee State University, Graduate Studies Director

“The Harlem Renaissance, Aaron Douglas, and Fisk University”

Patricia B. Ezzell

Chad McGee

Tennessee Valley Authority

Warren County High School, Project Director

Angela Smith

“TVA Changes the Southern Landscape”

Middle Tennessee State University

Kriste Lindenmeyer

Historic Sites and Other Venues
American Museum of Science and Energy, Oak Ridge Cumberland Mountain State Park, Crossville Fisk University, Nashville Norris Dam State Park, Lake City Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville Tennessee State Museum, Nashville

University of Maryland Baltimore County

“America’s Greatest Generation Grows Up, 1929-1945”

George White, Jr.

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

“WWII: A Perspective on Race and War from Rev. Robert Boston Dokes, Chaplain”

The Cumberland River Valley Consortium is sponsored by a Teaching American History Grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Summer Institutes are open to K-12 teachers in Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Marshall, Maury, and Warren counties. MTSU, a Tennessee Board of Regents University, is an equal opportunity, non-racially identifiable, educational institution that does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities.

For more information or registration, visit www.mtsu.edu/~tah or call Perky Beisel at (615) 904-8334

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