PRESQUE ISLE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM    

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History
 

A Century In Stone
Calcite Quarry History

 

November Requiem
Carl D. Bradley

 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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P.I. County History


  In 2007, the museum also produced two slide shows on the history of Presque Isle County.  The slide shows are contained on two CD’s that will run in virtually any computer.  Students can view the slides themselves, or the slides can be projected on a screen using a digital projector.  Each CD is accompanied by an extensive Teacher’s Guide that contains additional information about the topic covered on each slide.

 

                                                   

   View Part 1                                                                        View Part 2

  The History of Presque Isle County                 The History of Presque Isle County

   Chapter One:  The Lumber Era                         Chapter Two:  The Limestone Era

              In 2007, the museum also produced two slide shows on the history of Presque Isle County.  The slide shows are contained on two CD’s that will run in virtually any computer.  Students can view the slides themselves, or the slides can be projected on a screen using a digital projector.  Each CD is accompanied by an extensive Teacher’s Guide that contains additional information about the topic covered on each slide.

 Teacher’s Aids Available Free Through the Museum

“Michigan and U.S. Timeline”

Student Handout, “Possible Topics for Local History Research Papers”

 

Museum Visits

                Teachers are always encouraged to bring their classes to the museum.  Guided tours of from 45-90 minutes can be arranged anytime Monday through Friday.  The museum needs at least a week’s advance notice of a visit to make arrangements for docents.  The layout of the museum dictates that classes must be broken into groups of 6-10.

                There is no charge for this service.  In fact, if we had the money we would pay teachers to bring their classes to our museum!

 

   

Webmaster  Rich Warwick