This content resource provides part one a 368-page book, written by D.J. Kenny in 1875. In this book Kenny documents the cities structures and its institutions, such as railroads, tourist attractions, public charities, statistics on city government, churches, schools, and banks. The book contains numerous engravings of city buildings and bridges. The length of this resource will require teachers to view in advance the content and for teachers to pick and choose the information that best fits into their classroom lessons. This primary documents holds a wealth of geographical information that could be beneficial to student learning.
Social Studies Standards (2001)
Grade Level Indicators (Grade 5)
Analyze the positive and negative consequences of human changes to the physical environment including:
- Great Lakes navigation;
- Highway systems;
- Introduction of new species.