4.H.1 analyze the chronology of key historical events in North Carolina history.
4.H.2 Understand how notable structures, symbols, and place names are significant to North Carolina.
Presentations from Class
1. In what ways were the various American Indian (indigenous) groups changes after the arrival of the Europeans?
2. How might the interaction of people and their locations impact the economic, political and cultural development of a community?
3. How does conflict impact the culture, economics and politics of a society?
1. How did North Carolina begin as a proprietary colony but later become a royal colony?
2. In what ways did the development of infrastructure change communities?
3. What is the historical significance of important buildings, statues, monuments, and places in North Carolina?
4. What is the historical significance of the North Carolina state symbols?
See students' notes & organizers for information about the following terms:
· natural resources (raw materials)
· Great Britain/England
· American Indians
· Enclosure Acts
· Coastal Plain Region
· Piedmont Region
· Mountain Region
· King George III
· George Washington
· French and Indian War
· Revolutionary War/American Revolution
· Civil War
· States’ rights
· Emancipation Proclamation