Noble Hearts: Civil War Vermont
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Classroom MaterialsA teacher's guide has been developed to accompany the program. This guide contains activities, discussion topics and a timeline of some of the major events of the Civil War.
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Noble Hearts: Civil War Vermont was made possible by generous grants from the Patrick Foundation, Vermont Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities, and USDA Rural Development.
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