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Yellowstone Cultural History - SOC-941

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This course presents the complex and fascinating history behind the creation of Yellowstone National Park. Through the text, videos, and rich resources offered on the Internet, including virtual tours, and optional site visits, students will learn how Yellowstone came to be in the era of rapid economic and population growth in the United States. This course spans the time in American History from the region's earliest visitors to the people who followed and influenced the park's developments in what is known as one of the most unique and volatile places on earth. Students will have the opportunity to apply what they have learned as they develop integrated lessons for their classroom that align to state, district or national standards, including the Common Core Standards.

Note: Required textbook must be purchased separately.

Course Type: Distance

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