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Author: Cody DickeyTheresa DitsWalter J A PalmerShelly PlossIndiana Historical Society. Education Division.All authors
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Education Division, Indiana Historical Society, ©2000-2001.
Edition/Format:   Image : CD for computer : VHS tape : Interactive multimedia : Kit : Picture : Biography : Elementary and junior high school   Book   Computer File : English
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In four video essays, Indiana children describe their families and how they contributed to Indiana and its culture. Sudents can use information on the CD-ROM to study other famous Hoosiers, including Gene Stratton-Porter, Wes Montgomery, T.C. Steele, Tecumseh, and Levi Coffin. Activities and tools to develop a history of students' own families are included.
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Named Person: Lotus Dickey; Walter J A Palmer; T C Steele; Clyde Beatty; Gene Stratton-Porter; Wes Montgomery; Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief; Levi Coffin
Material Type: Biography, Elementary and junior high school, Interactive multimedia, Kit, Picture, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cody Dickey; Theresa Dits; Walter J A Palmer; Shelly Ploss; Indiana Historical Society. Education Division.; Sanders Group.
ISBN: 0871951509 9780871951502
OCLC Number: 44847038
Language Note: Closed-captioned.
Notes: Title from video opening screen; CD-ROM title from label.
Credits: Project director/content consultant, Robert M. Taylor, Jr. ; producer/director, Larry Laswell ; script writer, Bob Risher ; editor, Kevin Zimmerman ; director of photography, Rob DeVoe ; music/sound mix, Patrick Hurley ; narrators, Kristin Lennox, Bob Barnes.
Cast: Cody Dickey, Steve Dickey, Theresa Dits, Marcia Dits, D.J. Palmer, Walter Palmer, Shelly Ploss, Joyce Beatty Ferguson, Sandra Ploss, Rick Ploss.
Target Audience: "For students in grades four and eight engaged in the study of Indiana history"--Teacher's guide.
Description: 1 videocassette (32 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 teacher's guide (30 p. ; 28 cm.) 2 computer optical discs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teacher's guide (23 p. ; 28 cm.) 1 poster : col. ; 44 x 28 cm.
Details: VHS.; System requirements: Low-bandwidth version for Macintosh Power PC 132; 32MB RAM; OS 8.0 or higher; 15 in. monitor; sound card; 4 MB display RAM; 6x CD-ROM drive.; System requirements: Low-bandwidth version for PC or compatible; 32 MB RAM; Windows 95/98/NT; Pentium or higher; 15 in. monitor; sound card; 4 MB display RAM, 6x CD-ROM drive.; System requirements: High-bandwidth version for Macintosh Power PC 180; 64 MB RAM (128 recommended); OS 8.0 or higher; 15 in. monitor; sound card; 8 MB display RAM; 8x CD-ROM drive.; System requirements: High-bandwidth version for PC or compatible Pentium II or higher; 64 MB RAM (128 recommended); Windows 95/98/NT; 15 in. monitor; sound card; 8 MB display RAM; 8x CD-ROM drive.
Other Titles: Hoosier explorer
Responsibility: presented by Indiana Historical Society ; produced by the Sanders Group.

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In four video essays, Indiana children describe their families and how they contributed to Indiana and its culture. Sudents can use information on the CD-ROM to study other famous Hoosiers, including Gene Stratton-Porter, Wes Montgomery, T.C. Steele, Tecumseh, and Levi Coffin. Activities and tools to develop a history of students' own families are included.

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