Last updated: February 24, 2015
From the native cultures and environments through Father Kino and the mission period to today's Tumacácori National Historical Park, southern Arizona has seen hundreds of years of cultural exchange. This multi-disciplinary guide takes students on a journey through language, science, history, and technology.
- American Indian History and Culture, Anthropology, Archaeology, Community, Conservation, Environment, Family Life, Geography, Government, Hispanic or Latino American History and Culture, Historic Preservation, History, International Relations, Language Arts, Literature, Mathematics, Mexican War, Military and Wartime History, Political Science, Reading, Regional Studies, Religion, Social Studies, Visual Arts, Writing
- National/State Standards:
- Social Studies, Reading, Writing, Speaking/Listening, Math, Science,
- mission, Spanish, Mexican, cultures