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  1. QUICK DISCUSSION OF JOURNAL WHAT DO HISTORIANS USE TO STUDY HISTORY?

  2. MATTOX HOUSE: SOME BACKGROUND • Henry Ford of Ford Automobiles used his vast wealth to build a museum • Items at Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village were ‘transplanted’ to Michigan for visitors • Part transportation museum part historical sites

  3. Mattox House Representation of early 20th century rural southern house Ford visits in 1934

  4. The Problem! • In the 1980s museum officials want to redesign the exhibit but there were NO FLOORPLANS!

  5. YOUR TASK • To answer this question: What was the floor plan of the Mattox house in the 1930s? • You have the following sources: • Five images of Mattox House (exterior only) • Interviews with • Dr. Leslie Long, Bryan Co. Resident and Agricultural Specialist • E.J. Cutler, Ford Executive (accompanied Henry Ford when he purchased the house) • Charles Boles, Mattox Neighbor • Carrie Mattox, Daughter • Amos Mattox, Jr., Son (2 years older than Carrie)

  6. Examine the evidence, formulate a hypothesis, & draw conclusions • Review the evidence (photos and interviews). USE GRAPHIC ORGANIZER • Decide how many rooms were in the house and their purposes. • Suggestions: You may want to start with the number of bedrooms. • Decide where the rooms are as well as other features (e.g., halls, porches). • Make a tentative floor plan. Be prepared to explain how you made your choices by providing evidence from the documents to support your claims.

  7. Front Back Arbor side Chimney side

  8. So, what? What did this activity teach you about history? • History has multiple perspectives • Must consider the reliability and validity of sources

  9. Homework • For tomorrow, bring in ANY primary source. Can be anything from the past…a speech, letter, diary, newspaper ads, etc • MUST BE WRITTEN AND NOT AN IMAGE • Some good websites (besides google): • The Valley of the Shadow • Digital History Reader • DocSouth • American Memory (from Library of Congress) • archives.gov

  10. The Results

  11. Exit Ticket Before you leave answer the following question: What did you learn about history from the Mattox house activity?