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  • Everglades National Park

    "Everglades Mountains and Valleys" educational video series.

    Nine short episodes that will immerse students in diverse Everglades habitats.

  • Fort Scott National Historic Site

    “They Fought Like Tigers” African American Soldiers and American Indian Soldiers

    “They Fought Like Tigers” African American Soldiers and American Indian Soldiers

    African American soldiers were not officially mustered into service with the U.S. Army until after the Emancipation Proclamation became official in January 1863. American Indian soldiers were organized into units in 1862 in an effort to regain their homelands in Indian Territory. The effect of these soldiers on the nation would be wide spread and long lasting. Their bravery ultimately helped to guide a nation toward equality for all.

  • Homestead National Monument of America

    A Day in the Life of a Homesteader

    A Day in the Life of a Homesteader

    The Homestead Act had a huge impact on the United States. In this virtual lesson a Park Ranger will examine what types of homes homesteaders built on the prairie, what the inside of their homes looked like and what their daily chores would have been.

  • Ellis Island Part of Statue of Liberty National Monument

    A Distant Shore

    A Distant Shore

    Learn about Ellis Island and immigration a century ago from a park ranger who broadcasts to your classroom live from New York! Students in grades 4-5 learn about the immigrant experience at Ellis Island through a variety of interpretive talks, videos, photos, and primary documents.

  • Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

    A Hidatsa Earthlodge

    A Hidatsa Earthlodge

    Park Rangers describe the home of the Tribes of the Northern Great Plains from inside of a lifesize replica earthlodge. They also describe the roles and responsibilities of people within the community, trade relations and the effects of trade on technology used by the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara during the 1800s.

  • Shenandoah National Park

    A New Deal to Rebuild a Nation

    A New Deal to Rebuild a Nation

    The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was one of the most popular and successful programs of the New Deal. Shenandoah National Park is an excellent example of the CCC program.

  • Shenandoah National Park

    A Retreat Fit For A President

    A Retreat Fit For A President

    Rapidan Camp, the summer retreat established by President and Mrs. Herbert Hoover during his administration is located within the boundaries of Shenandoah National Park.

  • Homestead National Monument of America

    A School Day in 1872

    A School Day in 1872

    The Homestead Act of 1862 impacted the United States in numerous ways. In this virtual lesson a Park Ranger will talk about how the Homestead Act of 1862 populated the west and the needs of those settling. This included the need for schools. This programs discusses the differences between school today and in 1872.

  • Grand Canyon National Park

    Ancient Life

    Ancient Life

    What do fossils tell scientists about ancient life at Grand Canyon? Students examine the canyon’s amazing fossils, rock layers, and current environments to find out. Park rangers lead the class in several activities in this live and interactive distance learning program. (60 minutes).

  • Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve

    Ask A Park Ranger-Living and Working in Glacier Bay, Alaska

    Ask A Park Ranger-Living and Working in Glacier Bay, Alaska

    Would your class like to take a trip to Glacier Bay, but the challenges are too daunting? Invite a ranger to visit your classroom via videoconferencing. You choose the questions, we'll bring the hat...and the knowledge, experience, and passion. We look forward to the conversation!