This Week in WV History October

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October programs and support materials for the This Week in WV History series are included.

  • This Week in WV History Oct. 1

    The description of mail delivery history in West Virginia is given.  Guided listening questions, scripts, background information, and activities for all October programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 1

    Follow journalist Anne Newport Royall as she writes a part of history.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support  materials.

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 2

    The importance of West Virginia labor leader Miles Stanley is examined.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 2

    Trace the history of Storer College from its founding in 1867 to its closing in 1955.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 3

    The historical significance of Civil War Confederate guerrilla leader John "Hanse" McNeill is examined. Guided listening questions, scripts, activities and background information for all October programs are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 5

    Explore the life and career of financier and diplomat Dwight Morrow.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials.

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 6

    The historical significance of civil rights trailblazer J.R. Clifford to West Virginia history is examined. Guided listening questions, scripts, background information, and activities for all October programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 6

    Embark on a storytelling adventure with Raconteur "Riley" Wilson.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials. 

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 7

    The historical significance of West Virginia pioneer Ebenezer Zane is examined.  Guided listening questions, scripts, background information and activities for all October programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 7

    Follow the history of the Appalachian Trail. Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials.

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 8

    Harman Blennerhassett's significance in West Virginia's history is examined. Support materials are provided.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 8

    Tune into the journey of live radio broadcast at WVU.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials.

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 9

    The West Virginia historical significance of the entertainer known as "Dagmar" is examined. Support materials are provided.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 9

    Explore the architecture of Elmer Forrest Jacobs.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials.

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 10

    The historical significance of the 1774 battle at Point Pleasant is examined. Guided listening questions, scripts and other support materials are provided.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 12

    Follow the exciting story of Hugh Isaac Shott.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials.

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 13

    The significance of Roman Catholic Bishop John Joseph Kain to West Virginia history is examined.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 13

    Discover the Civil War battle of Bulltown.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials.

    Grades: 5-13+
  • This Week in WV History Oct. 14

    The significance of Chuck Yeager to West Virginia's history is examined. Guided listening questions, activities, scripts and background information for all October programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in West Virginia History l October 14

    Dig into the history of Dolly Sods.  Scripts and guided listening questions are provided in support materials.

    Grades: 5-13+

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