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Colonial Williamsburg 2011-2012

Recommended for Fourth Grade to Eighth Grade

 COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG LIVE, ELECTRONIC FIELD TRIP SCHEDULE FOR 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR

  
ALL FIELD TRIPS AIR ON ALABAMA PUBLIC TELEVISION AT NOON CENTRAL TIME ON THE DATES LISTED BELOW.

December 15, 2011 – Westward!

Explore the story of the early days of American westward expansion. Daniel Boone recounts the exciting experiences and unexpected consequences associated with moving west. Learn about the risks and grueling personal hardships of creating new settlements.

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January 19, 2012 – Premier of The War of 1812
 
A generation after the Revolution, Americans were once again plunged into war with Great Britain. Why? Join Henry Clay, Tecumseh, Andrew Jackson, James Madison, and others as they struggle to determine what course the United States will take.
 
February 16, 2012 – Premier of When Freedom Came

Everyone knows Abraham Lincoln freed all the slaves . . . or did he? Freedom came to enslaved people over the course of many months and years — and it arrived in different ways in different places. Discover how enslaved Americans made everyday choices during the Civil War that helped bring about their freedom.

March 15, 2012 – Remember the Ladies

In 1776, Abigail Adams requested that her husband, future president John Adams, "remember the ladies" when establishing the government and laws of the new nation. Examine the roles, responsibilities, and daily activities of early American women. 

April 19, 2012 – The Rights of Youth

Imprisonment, whipping, forced transportation, and even death were some of the punishments that courts sentenced children to in the eighteenth century. Witness how justice was administered at a time when criminal laws and sentencing guidelines made few or no exceptions for children.

October 13, 2011 – A More Perfect Union 

Witness the conflict and compromises that accompanied the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Join young eighteenth-century observers, unseen by convention delegates, as they travel from state to state tallying the vote. Learn about the ratification process and Americans' growing interests in their fledgling nation's new government.

 

November 17, 2011 – Premier of Harsh World, This World 
 

What was slavery really like for enslaved people and their masters? Traditional proverbs guide students through personal stories, based on primary sources, showing kindness, betrayal, trust, cruelty, and the many emotions that govern complex human relationships.

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