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Mapping Wisconsin History: Teacher's Guide and Student Materials
by Wisconsin Cartographers' Guild
contributions by Bobbie Malone and Gaylord Nelson
Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2000
Paper: 978-0-87020-318-3
Library of Congress Classification F581.M36 2000
Dewey Decimal Classification 977.5007

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The joy of maps abounds in this set of exciting classroom materials from the Wisconsin Historical Society's Office of School Services and the Wisconsin Cartographers' Guild, creators of the best-selling book, Wisconsin's Past and Present: A Historical Atlas. For use either independently or as a companion to the Atlas, this publication includes seven color transparencies depicting: landscape and glaciation; American Indians; migration and ethnic settlement; cities and counties; mining; timber; agriculture; and industry and transportation. Background information and classroom activities, as well as reproducible worksheets and blackline transparencies, give educators the opportunity to explore and integrate Wisconsin history and geography with students from grades four and up.

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