Alabama History Unit 4 Bundle

Alabama History Unit 4 Bundle
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This bundle contains 4 Lessons, 96 Slides and 11 pages of guided notes.

Lesson 1

This lesson describes farmers and cotton and their relationship. There are 23 slides and 3 pages of guided notes. The slides are 100% editable so you can add anything you would like. The following information is included in this lesson.

The frontier

Farms

Self-sufficient

preserving food

Family help on the farm

Cotton Boll

Selling cotton

Bales of cotton

Needed Supplies

Brogans

Backbone of Alabama

Yeoman influence

Plantations

the role of Planter wives

Children on the farm

Children's experiences on the farm.

Lesson 2

This lesson is all about how slaves first came to Alabama. There are 24 slides with pictures and 3 pages of guided notes. I have also made this lesson 100% editable, which means you can change it to meet your needs. This lesson contains the following information.

Where slavery began

Slaves coming to America

the Slaves Journey

A Coffle

Slave Families

Folkways

oral Traditions

Extra tasks for slaves

Master House

Slave culture

Slaves and Christianity

Marriage

Slave workmanship

Slave clothing

Food for the slaves

Slave Owners

Cost of Slavery

Free Blacks

Lesson 3

This lesson will help you teach your students all about the business side of early Alabama. This lesson focuses mainly on cotton and steamboats but it does cover other information as well. This lesson contains 32 slides with pictures and 3 pages of guided notes to help your students follow along. This lesson is 100% editable which allows you to tailor the lesson to your needs. The following information is included in this lesson.

Buying Goods

Merchants

County Seat

Ordering from Europe

Shipping Goods

Rafts

Steamboats

Orline St. John

Details about steamboats, class seperation, floating dangers, and eating and sleeping quarters.

Cotton on steamboats

Cotton slides

Mobile Harbor

Fire on Orline St. John

Toll Roads

Railroads

Lesson 4

This lesson discusses the beginnings of industrialization and the education system in Alabama. This lesson contains 17 slides with pictures and 2 pages of guided notes to help your students follow along. This lesson is also 100% editable so you can change things to meet your needs. You will find the following information in this lesson:

Daniel Pratt Industrialist

Cotton Gin

Textile Mill

Industry

Natural Resources

Michael Tuomey

Finding Gold

Failed Banking system

Education at home

One-room school

Alexander B. Meek

Public School System

William F. Perry

Lack of Education

Abolitionsts

Roots of secession

Total Pages
96 slides and 11 pages of guided notes
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
4 days
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