Michigan History Play Highlighting 1600s-1700s for Classroom Use

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Knock Out Teaching presents a Living History Play narrating Michigan's History During the 1600's and 1700s including history events such as Native American culture, French explorers, missionary explorers, New France, British influence, Proclamation of 1763 and historic figures such as Etienne Brule, Jean Nicolet, Jacques Marquette, Robert La Salle, Antoine de la Cadillac, Chief Pontiac.
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Michigan History Play Highlighting 1600s-1700s for Classroom Use
Michigan History Play Highlighting 1600s-1700s for Classroom Use
Michigan History Play Highlighting 1600s-1700s for Classroom Use
Michigan History Play Highlighting 1600s-1700s for Classroom Use