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Welcome aboard the teacher's section of the "Water Ways: Mid-Atlantic Maritime Communities" on-line exhibition. These resources suggest ways teachers can use the on-line exhibition in the classroom for a variety of subjects. Parents and students will also find the information helpful for school reports.

Included here:

Background Resource
"Water Ways: Mid-Atlantic Maritime Communities" 2004 Smithsonian Folklife Festival program book article (PDF)

Sample lesson plans:

Where Does Your Fish Come From?
Seasons in Maritime Communities
Weather and the Water

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Questions about using the site, and contact information

Maritime Festival viewers marvel at a metal 
						crab make by welding artist Harry Saarinen from Amityville, New York. Image courtesy Smithsonian Institution.
Maritime Festival viewers marvel at a metal crab made by welding artist Harry Saarinen from Amityville, New York. Image courtesy Smithsonian Institution.

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