Category: History  Date: 2018-10-11
On October 11, 2018 attendees of Superintendent Retreat: History Exploration traveled to the CCC Museum to learn about the role of the CCC in the Black Hills and analyze primary source resources. This is the second time a TIE (Technology and Innovation in Education) group has included the museum as one of its stops. This discussion was equally as interesting.
This exploration will provide participants the opportunity to delve into the vibrant history of the CCC in the Black Hills with a focus on forest management and fire towers.
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After visiting the museum, the group made other stops in the Black Hills including Custer State Park.
Attendees will gather background knowledge by exploring a variety of historical and primary source resources.