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Teaching with The Hudson River Valley Review

These lesson plans have been written to New York State learning standards, and incorporate material from The Hudson River Valley Review as well as articles and documents from our website. They were developed with financial assistance from The National Endowment for the Humanities in cooperation with Dr. Zsuzsanna Szabo and Professor Shaun Boyce of Marist College, Michelle Copti Owens, Marist '15, and Emily Lombardo, Marist '15.

The American Revolution

African American Soldiers at New Windsor Cantonment: Historic Preservation and the Importance of Historic Documents

African American Soldiers at New Windsor Cantonment: Evaluating the Changing Landscape of Race in New York

Henry Kneeland

A Suspected Loyalist in the Rural Hudson River Valley: The Revolutionary War Experience of Roeloff Josiah Eltinge

Women Rioters in the Revolutionary War

Artists and Writers

John Burroughs and the Slabsides Preserve

Painting the Hudson River Valley: Frederic Church

Locust Grove: Samuel F.B. Morse's DIY Estate

It All Began in Hyde Park: Landscape Architecture in America

Writing the Hudson River Valley: Edith Wharton

Corridor of Commerce

The Delaware and Hudson Canal

The Industrialization of Albany and the Capitol Region

Full Steam Ahead: Robert Fulton and Robert Livingston

The Hudson River Valley's Transition to a Market Economy

The Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge (Walkway Over the Hudson)

The West Point Foundry

Historic Sites and Museums

Boscobel

Hudson River Maritime Museum

Norrie Point Environmental Center

The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor

Washington's Headquarters

Social Change

African American Soldiers at New Windsor Cantonment: Evaluating the Changing Landscape of Race in New York

Pete Seeger and Intellectual Property Law in Popular Music

Slavery in the Hudson River Valley

The Women's Suffrage Movement in the Hudson River Valley

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