Revere 6th Grade Shines During their Hatchet Survival Lesson

Recently the 6th graders from Revere schools got their hands dirty during a Hatchet survival lesson. The results were impressive. The best part about teaching is when you know you hit a home run. Whether it is a lesson that gets kids fired up, saying the right thing to a kid looking for guidance, or … Continue reading Revere 6th Grade Shines During their Hatchet Survival Lesson

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Rufus Sage’s Authentic Mountain Man Poem Opens a Window to the Past.

This mountain man poem opens a window to the heart and mind of someone who lived the life of a mountaineer. Primary sources are invaluable for learning about the past. From them, we can learn about the past most accurately and get a real sense of a time period. Journals, newspapers, artifacts, and photos all … Continue reading Rufus Sage’s Authentic Mountain Man Poem Opens a Window to the Past.

Best Way to Learn History? Go to the Source; Osborne Russell’s Journal of a Trapper

What's the best way to learn about a historical time period. Go to the source. Such is the case with Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper. Primary sources are a researcher's, or historian's, best friend. For those unfamiliar with the term primary source it refers to any historical artifact created during a period of study. … Continue reading Best Way to Learn History? Go to the Source; Osborne Russell’s Journal of a Trapper