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From the Educators

April 2010
Dear Civil War Educator and Preservationist,

As many of you may have noticed the CWPT education department has made many changes in the past year. We have worked to streamline our system, publish more materials, and improve our existing programs. Because of these changes we know that we are providing better education opportunities and resources on the American Civil War.

At this time I am excited to announce another improvement; Garry Adelman will become CWPT's new Director of Education and History. Garry is the Vice-President of the Center for Civil War Photography, a Licensed Battlefield Guide at Gettysburg, and the author of numerous Civil War books and articles. Before taking his position at CWPT Garry served as a full-time senior historian at History Associates Incorporated (HAI). While at HAI Garry worked with CWPT on dozens of projects including the interpretation of the Slaughter Pen at Fredericksburg and the 3D photography feature.

Well respected by his peers for his knowledge of the Civil War, his energy and enthusiasm will help us develop more quality educational materials for buffs, novices, teachers, and students.

- Nicole Osier, Senior Manager, Education Programs

 
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2010 Best Lesson Plan Contest

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Enter your best Civil War lesson plan for a chance to win $1,000 and your lesson featured on the CWPT website. Send in your best plan by June 1st, 2010.

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Civil War Personalities

Biographies

Check out our new biography page. It's an outstanding research resource and a great way to get your students involved with character study.

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Know Your Civil War Terms

Civil War Glossary

Ever wonder what "abatis" means? Well now you can find out! Our glossary has been updated to include images; now these hard to explain Civil War objects can be seen.

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Book of the Month

Civil War on Sunday

Civil War on Sunday
Mary Osborn Pope

The Magic Tree House Series takes on the Civil War with Civil War on Sunday. The Magic Tree House series places Jack and Annie, two elementary school students from Pennsylvania, in various places and times through the use of a magic tree house filled with books.

In Civil War on Sunday Jack and Annie read a book on the Civil War and end up in Virginia at a battle with Clara Barton. Jack and Annie need to help her take care of the wounded and in the process they learn more about the war and war in general then they had anticipated.

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Trivia from the Archives

Trivia from the Archives

A) In April of 1865 this general wrote, "I inclose [sic] herewith a copy of an agreement made this day between General Joseph E. Johnston and myself, which, if approved by the President of the United States, will produce peace from the Potomac to the Rio Grande."

B) In April of 1865 this general wrote, "To save useless effusion of blood, I would recommend measures be taken for suspension of hostilities and the restoration of peace. "

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