American Pioneers and Life in the Old North West Video

Video title: Life in the Old North West

Use this American Pioneering video entitled Life in the Old North West to study the States within the Old Northwest and the hardships and rewards found in the everyday existence of the early pioneers.

Use this online K12 elementary American history video to study and explore the hardships and rewards found in the everyday existence of the early American pioneers. Realize the importance of woodworking and weaving to the early pioneers. Discover how social events like visiting and corn husking were important in the formation of a strong social fabric. All this was part of everyday life for the pioneers of the early American North West.

 

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American Pioneers and Life in the Old North West Video . Learning Objectives for this video:

  • History of Ohio River. Learn about Life in the Old North West. Name the states within the Old Northwest Territory and explore the hardships and rewards found in the everyday existence of the early pioneers.
  • Discover the riches of the land as pioneering farmer's established new settlements that would become the legacy of today's farming industry.
  • Discover the difference between deed-holding farmers and squatters.
  • Learn the names and dates for the two documents important to this episode in pioneering, the Homestead Act and the Ordinance of 1787.
  • Describe the crops, clothing, tools, and shelters used by pioneers.
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