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On this day in 1906, the Atlanta Riot started. Learn about the false reporting that led to rioting and the black leaders who emerged. 

 

 

PBS LearningMedia: West Virginia Public Broadcasting Edition

  • This Week in WV History

    This series of audio programs explores the noted people, places and events which had an economic, social, or political impact on the history of western Virginia and West Virginia.  Curriculum materials include guided listening questions, scripts, and timeline and extension activities for each day and month of programs.

  • WV Steam

    Inspiring students to consider careers in science, the arts, and mathemathics.

  • You Are There


    This video from WV Public Broadcasting uses the news desk/reporter format to study the impact of WV statehood on individuals of the time.

  • 3 Rivers: The Bluestone, Gauley, and New

    3 Rivers documents the economic, social, and political impact of the rivers on southern and central West Virginia.

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