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  • New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park

    Whales and the World

    Whales and the World

    Whales and the World is a curriculum-based education program presented in partnership between New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park, and the Buzzard’s Bay Coalition. The program is offered to students in grades 6 through high school and consists of three 45 minute components and may be done in any order.

  • Women's Rights National Historical Park

    Teaching with Historic Places: “Journey from Slavery to Statesman”: The Homes of Frederick Douglass

    Teaching with Historic Places: “Journey from Slavery to Statesman”: The Homes of Frederick Douglass

    Using Douglass’s own words, maps, and other primary sources, students will learn about the life of this great American hero. From the Eastern shore of Maryland as a slave, to New Bedford, Massachusetts as a freedom seeker, to Washington D.C. as an author, journalist, lecturer, and statesman.

  • Women's Rights National Historical Park

    Teaching with Historic Places: The M’Clintock House; A Home to the Women’s Rights Movement

    Teaching with Historic Places:  The M’Clintock House;  A Home to the Women’s Rights Movement

    This lesson plan will explore how the Quakers were interested in antislavery and women’s rights, and how the M’Clintock family lent their support to the Seneca Falls convention by providing experience in the planning and preparation for hosting conventions.

  • Natchez Trace Parkway

    Cop a Gig for the Trace

    Cop a Gig for the Trace

    This lesson plan inspires community service projects associated with the Natchez Trace Parkway and National Scenic Trails. It raises awareness of the national parkway that runs through Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee. National Parks have limited avenues to raise awareness and teach people about their national treasures. Students will produce community service media projects about some aspect of the Natchez Trace Parkway and its National Scenic Trail. This is a highly variable lesson plan.

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The bow-shaped pulpit of the Seamen's Bethel

The Seamen's Bethel is still in use today as a non-denominational house of worship, just as it was in Herman Melville's day. More...