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The Mormon Trail
as part of Westward Expansion from Eureka!
a constantly changing URL database with content relevant to elementary school curricula
1840s - 1840s - Mormon Trail
- Research the Mormon Trail taking notes while using a URL site, an encyclopedia and a picture book.
- As a character along the Mormon Trail, use the notes to create an illustrated journal containing 6 - 7 entries which reveal important incidents and discoveries.
- Organize a focused narrative which:
- includes background information about how and why the Mormon Trail came about
- contains information of what happened along the Mormon Trail
- uses supporting details to explain how the use of the Mormon Trail affected the growth history of the United States!
- Create an artifact packet (use a gallon plastic bag) which includes primary source documents, miniature props, and a descriptive index of the contents related to the Mormon Trail.
- History of the Mormon Trail and Mormon Pioneer Trail
- Cobblestone. May, 1997. The Mormon Trail
As of December 4, 2003, you are visitor to share the Mormon Trail.
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