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2005 Summer Institutes

Era 2: Colonial America (1607-1763)


Era 9: Postwar America (1945-1970)

For more information or registration, visit www.mtsu.edu/~tah


or call Perky Beisel at (615) 904-8334

Photo Credits: photos courtesy of the American Memory Project of the Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration Web site,
Jamestown Settlement Web site, and the Associated Press Multimedia Archive. Design and production by Angela Smith.

Teaching American History


Cumberland River Valley Consortium

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

2005 Summer Institutes

Era 2: Colonial America, 1607-1763*


June 26-July 2, 2005

Faculty and Staff Historic Sites


James H. Williams Colonial Williamsburg
Middle Tennessee State University, Lead Instructor
Jamestown
Helen Rountree Monticello
Old Dominion University, Guest Lecturer

Special Topics
Chad McGee
Warren County High School, Project Director and Master Teacher Archaeology and the History of Jamestown
during the Virginia Company Period
Rebecca Conard
Middle Tennessee State University, Academic Director Jamestown in Colonial American Context

Jan Leone Powhatan Village and American Indians


Middle Tennessee State University, Graduate Studies Director
during the Colonial Period
Chesapeake Society and Economy from the
Perky Beisel Perspective of African Americans
Middle Tennessee State University, Project Coordinator

*Applicants must have participated in at least one TAH summer institute in 2003 or 2004.

Era 9: Postwar America, 1945-1970


June 20-24 (orientation June 18)

Faculty and Staff Historic Sites and Other Venues


Amy Staples Nashville Public Library
Middle Tennessee State University, Lead Instructor Fort Campbell
Kris McCusker The Farm
Middle Tennessee State University, Guest Lecturer Tennessee State Library and Archives
Chad McGee Country Music Hall of Fame
Warren County High School, Project Director and Master Teacher
Special Topics
Rebecca Conard
Middle Tennessee State University, Academic Director The Civil Rights Movement and School Desegregation
Jan Leone The Cold War and the Military-Industrial Complex
Middle Tennessee State University, Graduate Studies Director

Perky Beisel The Sixties and American Counterculture


Middle Tennessee State University, Project Coordinator
American Society Reflected in Popular Music

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