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1 4 th Grade History Famous People of Missouri Jessica Heaton October 16, 2013 Next Template created by: Christy Keeler

2 - You will be able to name three historical figures from Missouri. -You will be able to say why these people are famous. -You will be able to tell me how these people contributed to Missouri’s history. Next

3 -First learn about the historical figures. - Click the arrows to navigate throughout the museum and follow any directions given on the slides. -Next, complete the Missouri History word find. -Last, take a quiz over the information you learned. Next

4 Click the flag to take a quiz. Room One Room Three Missouri Heritage Museum Laura Ingalls Wilder Room Two George Washington Carver Thomas Hart Benton Hello, and welcome. To get started, pick a room of a famous Missourian! Click here to complete a Missouri word find! Teacher Information Only

5 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Artifact 2 Artifact 4 Missouri Heritage Museum Laura Ingalls Wilder Click the picture on the left to find out more about Laura. Click the picture in the center to view more pictures of Laura. Click the picture on the right to take a virtual tour of where Laura and her husband lived.

6 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Artifact 8 Artifact 10 Click the picture to the left to find out more about Benton. Click the picture in the center, or on the right to view more of his artwork. Thomas Hart Benton Missouri Heritage Museum

7 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Artifact 11 Artifact 13 Missouri Heritage Museum George Washington Carver Click the picture on the right to learn about his book, ‘A Weed is a Flower.’ Click the picture on the left to find out more about Carver. Click the picture in the center to view more pictures of Carver.

8 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum -Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder was born on a frontier farm in Wisconsin in Laura, along with her mom, dad, and her three sisters would move across the developing northern and central frontier. Throughout Laura’s childhood, they lived In over five states and eventually settled on a farm in Iowa. -The Ingalls’ family encountered a lot of hardships throughout their travels which Laura later wrote about in her famous award winning children’s books, known as, “Little House on the Prairie.” -While in Iowa, Laura met the love of her life, Almanzo Wilder. They got married and eventually settled in Mansfield, Missouri. Laura had one daughter, Rose, who played a big role in the writing and development of the famous children’s books. Laura Ingalls Wilder Back to room 1

9 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Laura Ingalls Wilder Back to room 1 Bottom picture- Laura’s family. Ma, Grace, Laura, Pa, Carrie, and Mary. Top Picture- Laura’s husband, Almanzo. Bottom Picture- Laura and her husband, Almanzo.

10 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Laura Ingalls Wilder Back to room 1 -In 1894, Laura and Almanzo, along with their young daughter Rose, moved to Mansfield, Missouri. This is where the Wilder family lived for the rest of their lives. -To watch a virtual tour of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s home click the picture to the right.

11 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Thomas Hart Benton Back to room 2 -Thomas Hart Benton was born in Neosho, Missouri on April 15, Benton was best known for his amazing murals and paintings that depicted American life and the beautiful landscape that our country has. -In 1935, Benton was hired to create a large mural for the Missouri State Capitol Building in Jefferson City. The mural, which ended up covering all four walls of a large room, is one of the most popular things to see when you visit the Capitol Building. With the paintings going from nearly floor to ceiling, they are a wonderful site to see. -Benton eventually settled in Kansas City, Missouri where he accepted a job at the Kansas City Art Institute. Here, Benton was able to teach younger students from around the world his painting skills. He inspired hundreds of young painters to go out and achieve their dreams!

12 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Thomas Hart Benton Back to room 2 The pictures you see here are some of the murals Benton painted in the Missouri State Capitol Building.

13 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Thomas Hart Benton Back to room 2 Benton painted many works of art. Some of which included, “The Sources of Country Music, The South of My Heart, and Montana Farm.” Which are displayed here.

14 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum George Washington Carver Continue -George was born in 1864 on a small farm in Diamond Grove, Missouri. -George and his older brother James were orphaned at a very young age. They were taken in by a kind white couple who raised the children as their own; teaching them to read, write and also allowing them to go to school. -From a very young age, George was extremely curious about the world around him. He was especially interested in learning about plants and animals. His hard work and determination eventually led him to getting a college degree and becoming the professor at a college in Alabama. -Once in Alabama, he saw farmers struggling to keep their crops alive due to insect damage. He was determined to come up with a solution. And the solution was… PEANUTS!

15 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum George Washington Carver -George noticed that the local insects weren’t interested in eating peanuts and so he urged farmers to grow this crop in place of their current ones. The farmers weren’t convinced, they didn’t know if they could make any money off of this product. -So, George went to work in his lab. He created over 300 different types of products using peanuts. He created dyes for clothing, cooking oil, paper, ink, shampoo, shaving cream, and of course, peanut butter. -After creating several food products, he invited over important Guests to try his new creations. He made ice cream, bread, Coffee, cake, and candy. Imagine everyone’s surprise when they Learned that everything was made entirely of peanuts! George didn’t have to do much convincing after that, he was a local hero. Back to room 3

16 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum George Washington Carver Back to room 3 George’s childhood home in Diamond Grove, MO. George Washington Carver in his science lab making new creations. A young George Washington Carver. Possibly around 12 years old.

17 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum George Washington Carver Back to room 3 Many books have been written on George Washington Carver. One of which being, “A Weed is a Flower.” Click the book to the right to listen to this amazing story!

18 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz What was Laura Ingalls Wilder best known for? Her amazing musical talents Her artwork which is displayed in the Whitehouse. The gripping stories of her childhood which she later wrote about in her award winning children’s books. A. B. C.

19 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz What was Laura Ingalls Wilder best known for? Her amazing musical talents That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back. A. Try again!

20 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz What was Laura Ingalls Wilder best known for? Her artwork which is displayed in the Whitehouse. That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back. B. Try again!

21 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz What was Laura Ingalls Wilder best known for? That answer is correct, GREAT JOB! Click the star to go onto the next question. The gripping stories of her childhood which she later wrote about in her award winning children’s books. C.

22 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Which famous Missourian is best known for his works of art which are displayed in the capitol building? Pablo Picasso Thomas Hart Benton George Washington Carver A. B. C.

23 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Which famous Missourian is best known for his works of art which are displayed in the capitol building? Pablo Picasso That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back. A. Try again!

24 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Which famous Missourian is best known for his works of art which are displayed in the capitol building? Thomas Hart Benton B. That answer is correct, GREAT JOB! Click the star to go onto the next question.

25 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Which famous Missourian is best known for his works of art which are displayed in the capitol building? George Washington Carver C. That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back. Try again!

26 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz We have this famous Missourian to thank for his yummy invention of peanut butter. George Washington Carver Thomas Hart Benton Mark Twain A. B. C.

27 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz We have this famous Missourian to thank for his yummy invention of peanut butter. George Washington Carver A. That answer is correct, GREAT JOB! Click the star to go onto the next question.

28 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz We have this famous Missourian to thank for his yummy invention of peanut butter. Thomas Hart Benton B. That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back. Try again!

29 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz We have this famous Missourian to thank for his yummy invention of peanut butter. Mark Twain C. That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back. Try again!

30 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Where is the Missouri State Capitol Building located? Springfield, Missouri Washington, Missouri Jefferson City, Missouri A. B. C.

31 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Where is the Missouri State Capitol Building located? Jefferson City, Missouri C. That answer is correct, GREAT JOB! You have completed the quiz. Click the arrow to move on. Next

32 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Where is the Missouri State Capitol Building located? Springfield, Missouri A. Try again! That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back.

33 VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN DAILY LIFE FAMOUS WOMEN MATRILINEAL TRIBES CREATION MYTHS CURATOR INFORMATION Name of Museum Quiz Where is the Missouri State Capitol Building located? Washington, Missouri B. That answer is incorrect, click the arrow to go back. Try again!

34 -Now you will be able to list three important historical figures from Missouri, and tell what their main contribution to our state was. - Next, it’s your turn!!! Go home and find your own historical figures from Missouri and write 2-3 sentences about why they are famous. -When you come to class next week, be prepared to share your figure, and the information you found with the class. Back to Lobby Teacher Information Only

35 This CBI meets the needs of diverse learners through the use of color coated objects, videos, and large text. Back to Lobby


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