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MHA Historic Preservation Awards

History at Home

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During this time of adjustments to our schedules and routines, many parents are put into the role of teacher. Although the museum is temporarily closed, the  MHA is offering free resources for parents to share with their children to learn a little Manchester history. We will be posting a new activity every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  You can access all worksheets here on our website and through our Facebook page.

 

Click on the worksheets below:

Mattie Knight
Levi Strauss
Abraham Lincoln
Ezekiel Straw
Abenaki
Passaconaway
John Stark
Child Labor
Cotton
Easter in Manchester
Water Power
Frank P. Carpenter
Nehemiah Bean
James Weston
May Gruber
Bob Montana
Ralph Baer
Frederick Smyth
Flood of 1936
Fly Wheel Disaster
Hurricane of 1938
Lucien Gosselin
Dean Kamen
Aretas Blood
Henry Herrick
Edward Custer
John Rogers
Alonzo Elliott
Betty George
Patricia Racette

 Thank you and stay well,

Kristy Ellsworth

Museum Educator 
Manchester Historic Association

 

 

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