Presentation on theme: "Come Take A Ride With Us!!. The Town of Norlina is situated on land which, was a part of a grant to John Langford for his service in the Revolutionary."— Presentation transcript:
Come Take A Ride With Us!!
The Town of Norlina is situated on land which, was a part of a grant to John Langford for his service in the Revolutionary War. A former US Dept of Defense Hospital Car, built for the US Army in 1945, now serves as the Railroad Museum.
How do food prices differ today? How much more will you pay for a cup of coffee today while on a train ride?
The passenger train conductor carried redeemed tickets or stubs, as well as cash in a locked case. This case is a very early one, dating to the 1860s or 1870s.
The cap is a well known symbol of the passenger train conductor. The North American style conductors cap was a variation on the military Kepi.
The uniform buttons were usually customized for individual railroads. A number of pockets were likely used for storing items used by the owner- ticket stock, a punch, schedule, money, and so forth.
Objective 1.02 Describe and compare physical and cultural characteristics of the regions. Objective 1.03 Suggest some influences that location has on life in North Carolina such as major cities, recreation areas, industry, and farms. Objective 1.05 Assess human movement as it relates to the physical environment. Objective 6.01 Explain the relationship between unlimited wants and limited resources. Objective 7.01 Cite examples from North Carolina's history of the impact of technology. Objective 7.02 Analyze the effect of technology on North Carolina's citizens, past and present. Objective 7.03 Explain how technology changed and influenced the movement of people, goods, and ideas over time. Objective 7.04 Analyze the effect of technology on North Carolina citizens today. Objective 7.05 Identify the advantages and disadvantages of technology in the lives of North Carolinians. Objective 4.03 Make oral and written presentations using visual aids with an awareness of purpose and audience. Objective 4.05 Use planning strategies to generate topics and organize ideas (e.g., brainstorming, mapping, webbing, reading, discussion). Objective 4.10 Use technology as a tool to gather, organize, and present information.