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Harvest of History

This site compares and contrasts a farming village of 1845 to the modern day world. Students can make their own video online using clips, narrative, and music supplied by the authors.   courtesy of netTrekker
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This site compares and contrasts a farming village of 1845 to the modern day world. Students can make their own video online using clips, narrative, and music supplied by the authors.

courtesy of netTrekker

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