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Power Point Presentations

Abraham Lincoln
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
The life and achievements of Abraham Lincoln.

African Americans in the Civil War
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
A timeline designed for 4 - 6 graders.Teacher's version

Archaeology (for grades 1 - 3) - by Amy McCray
An introduction to archaeology, designed for 1 -3 graders.

Archaeology (for grades 4 - 8) - by Amy McCray
An introduction to archaeology, designed for 4 - 8 graders.

Archaeology (for grades 9 - 12) - by Amy McCray
An introduction to archaeology, designed for 9 - 12 graders.

City of Bowling Green
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Information about city government.

Civil War Exhibit Planning
by Donna Parker, Christy Spurlock and Sandy Staebell
The decisions that went into planning the "A Star in Each Flag: Conflict in Kentucky" Civil War exhibit.

Faces of Civil Rights
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Information on leaders and famous figures in the Civil Rights Movement.

Four Victorian Women
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Tells the stories of four Bowling Green women in the Victorian period.

Kentucky, America, and the World: 1930 - 1939
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Illustrates life in the 1930's in America, and especially in Kentucky.

The Kentucky Derby
History and general information on the Kentucky Derby.

Derby Day
More about the Kentucky Derby.

This Kentucky Derby Power Point was presented at the 2005 Kentucky Teaching and Learning Conference, Louisville, KY by Debbie Hoodenpyle and Janet Wyatt. It is intended to be used in Kentucky classrooms.

Presentation created by Tracy Taylor and adapted by Becky Stephens,
Catherine Bright, and updated by Kathye D. Greene (with an idea from
Suzannah Whitfield).

Kentucky Jeopardy #1 - by Trish Nall (Hardin Co. Schools)
Jeopardy-style game with questions about Kentucky history and information.

Kentucky Jeopardy #2 - by Trish Nall (Hardin Co. Schools)
Jeopardy-style game with questions about Kentucky history and information.

Kentucky Jeopardy #3 - by Trish Nall (Hardin Co. Schools)
Jeopardy-style game with questions about Kentucky history and information.

Kentucky State Symbols
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Covers Kentucky symbols from the state flag to the state steam locomotive.

The Life of Dr. King
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Information on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Paleo-Indians and Megafauna - by Amy McCray
Discusses the ancient peoples of Kentucky and the giant prehistoric animals that lived in the area.

Prehistoric Art - by Amy McCray
Shows examples of prehistoric art from around the world.

Recommended by Duncan Hines
by Donna Parker & Jonathan Jeffrey
Learn more about Duncan Hines, a native son of Kentucky who was a businessman, salesman, kitchen inspector, lover of comfortable lodgings, and connoisseur of good food.

Segregation
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Discusses the definition of segregation and its enforcement in the South in the 1950's.

Victorian Women at Work
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
Goes through different jobs in the Victorian period, and whether or not women were allowed to do them.

Warren County
Information on county government.

Western 100
by KY Library & Museum student workers, faculty and or staff
The history of Western Kentucky University.

 

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