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Archive for July, 2011

Memories from the Birthplace House #2

The following passage comes from MEMORANDA: Being a Statement by an Engineer, Theodore J. Hoover, 1939 Vivid memory begins with the forge in my father’s shop. . . . The shoeing of the large draft horses was an interesting operation, and led to my attributing impossible physical strength to my father because he could hold […]

Memories from the Birthplace House #1

The following passage comes from MEMORANDA: Being a Statement by an Engineer, Theodore J. Hoover, 1939 Another place we were all fond of visiting in the summertime was the Cedar River. It was the nicest plan to take one of my mother’s excellent lunches in baskets, and get some well-beloved family of neighbors or relatives […]

Project Archaeology Workshop

Would you like to learn about past and present cultures? How about ways to improve social studies and science education? What about experiences that enhance citizenship education to help preserve our archaeological legacy? 32 teachers, 3 presenters and 4 guest speakers joined together on June 22-24, 2011, for a hands-on professional development opportunity at the […]

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