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Jamestown and Exploring the New World - #19

Trunk #19 

Pocahontas Human Be'an Collectible Doll

Navigation and Dead Reckoning : Jamestown, Virginia Trunk contents - #19
Thirty-minute hourglass
Three minute hourglass
Traverse Board
Notebook with activities for traverse board; compass rose, nautical miles, cross-curricular literature unit, ship’s manifest for Susan Constant.   Also in notebook are lessons: The people of Jamestown, 13 Colonies Imaging lesson, Early Jamestown, Triangular Trade Sandwich
Gimballed compass in wooden box
Chip log for measuring nautical speed

DVD from Jamestown and Susan Constant- Chapter 14 is dead reckoning explanation
CD #1 – Power point lessons: America’s Historic Triangle, Native Americans, America’s Symbols, Colonial Expressions, Settling Virginia, Famous Quotes, Washington DC, Presidents
CD#2 – Power point lessons: Washington’s Farewell Address, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Story, Lincoln’s Legacy
The Amazing Pop-up Geography Book  by Petty and Maizels

Exploration of North America coloring book by Peter F. Copeland
The Jamestown Survivor  board game
Envelope from Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation with indenture contract and two objects to analyze with analysis sheet
Jamestown Revisited Unit notebook
Middle Level learning magazine on making maps
Bottle from “Fountain of Youth”
Bumper Sticker – Jamestowne Virginia 1607 “When surviving wasn’t a game”
The Virginia Indian Heritage Trail edited by Karenne Wood
Notebook  of lessons: John Smith and his Jamestown Experience


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