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Homeschool Program: PAs Land and People

February 8 @ 10:00 am

 

Pennsylvania is not one place but many. From 1870 to 1920, T.M. Fowler created panoramic views of cities and towns, including many in Pennsylvania.

Using these hand-drawn images, Senior Curator of History, Dr. Curt Miner will discuss how regionally-specific natural resources transformed Pennsylvania communities during the Industrial era. Using our Giant Map of Pennsylvania, participants will learn about the various regions within the Commonwealth that together define the place we call Pennsylvania and create a custom passport to “travel the state.”

 

Registration and pre-payment is required.

Each program starts at 10am and is expected to last 1 1/2 hours. Programs will be open for a limited number of participants.

Rates: $3 per person for members. $10 per person for non-members. At least one adult is required to register with each family. 

Deadline for registration is the day prior to each program. Want to speed up your reservation request? Fill out this form then email it to our  Reservations Desk or call 717.772.6997.

Not a member?  Sign up today at Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation.

Program includes: 

  • Guided Tour/Presentation/Discussion from a Curator 
  • Hands-on activity based 
  • Self-guided gallery scavenger hunt/activity  
  • Access to hands-on education collection and to staff for Q & A 

Details

Date:
February 8
Time:
10:00 am
Event Categories:
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Venue

State Museum of Pennsylvania
300 North St.
Harrisburg, PA 17120 United States
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Phone:
(717) 787-4980