The materials listed below have been submitted by teachers and students who have participated in educational programs at The Historic New Orleans Collection. They are intended to serve as examples of curriculum and research possibilities created with THNOC resources.

 

Interactives

Runnin' and Runnin' in Louisiana: The Underground Railroad 

created by Kerri Sullivan-Leger, graduate student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette 

 

Women of the German Protestant Orphan Asylum, 1930-1939

created by Anna Morgan Leonards, graduate student at Tulane University

 

New Orleans in Film and Television

created by Chayla Wolfberg, student at Tulane University

 

Lessons

Spanish Colonial Louisiana- Isleños and Malagueños (Overview)

Spanish Colonial Louisiana- Isleños and Malagueños (PowerPoint)

created by Denise Thomas, teacher at Gonzales Middle School

 

Pick Your Poison: Discovering Storyville's History

created by Mandy Perret, teacher at Dutchtown High School

 

Ruby Bridges - The Cost of Integration

created by Sharon Thompson, teacher at Trent Lott Academy 

 

Yellow Fever in New Orleans 

created by Dr. Judy Dalgo, teacher at Ocean Springs High School 

 

Building a City: The Founding of New Orleans

created by Sophie Capmartin, teacher at Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle-Orléans

 

Primary Source: Speech on Immigration by Louisiana Congressman Charles Buck, 1896

created by Wade Trosclair, teacher at Jesuit High School 

 

Jelly Roll Morton and Jazz 

created by Lea Downing, instructor at Delgado Community College

 

Worksheets

Slavery in Early American New Orleans

created by Sophia Horowitz, student at Tulane University

 

Resource Sets

Yellow Fever
Huey Long

created by Simon Drakeford, student at Tulane University