A 9th grader invites you to visit a place of excitement, wonder, and breathtaking sights. Where the cool wind flows like water through the trees and the smell of the earth swallows you as you take more and more steps further into this beautiful place. What is this place?
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India’s essay about Knox’s Headquarters State Historic Site is one of three top-scoring middle school essays in this year’s Writing about Place. India is a student of Patricia Young at Cornwall Central Middle School.
At the THV Institute two weeks ago the Civil War in the Hudson Valley was one of the subsets of programs offered. The offerings included a traditional lecture by Marist English Professor Mark Morreale, a visit to the Columbia County Historical Society, and a presentation about the New York State Museum’s upcoming Civil War exhibit featuring NYS Historian Robert Weible and Jason Schaaf of Marist’s Hudson River Valley Institute.
Find out what institute participants are talking about. Presenters and facilitators at THV’s 2012 institute, “In Conflict & Crises: Teaching the Hudson Valley from Civil War to Civil Rights,” have been extraordinarily generous with handouts, presentations, and other resources. What did you learn or love at this year’s institute?
You ask. We answer.
Watch for video, workshop materials, and more. In the meantime, here are a couple of great pictures and two notes received.
I love seeing history made relevant as a guide for our future.
The THV Summer Institute is right around the corner, July 24-26, in Hyde Park. Have you registered?
The Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site and the FDR Presidential Library will host A New Deal for Youth, one of five great field experiences participants can
select on the middle day of this year’s annual institute.
Summer is a great time to explore the newly expanded Hudson River Art Trail. Last month I visited Thomas Cole National Historic Site, also known as Cedar Grove, to learn about the recent expansion of the trail.