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The French and Indian War

Driven2TeachFounding Fathers-- Founding Principles

Larrys Vision: Teach the Teacher Driven 2 Teach David [McCullough] and I both believe it is important to educate people about our heritage. Otherwise, many of the freedoms we have had in America are going to be lost to future generations, and they wont even know what theyve lost. In some places, American history isnt even a required class anymorethats a tragedy. With all this in mind, David told me about a program in his home state of Maine that took teachers to historical sitesthe idea being that if you can get the teachers to experience history firsthand, they will become more knowledgeable and more passionate about the subject, and this will trickle down to the students. I took this idea with me back to Utah and grew it bigger. We call it our Teach the Teacher program, or the Education Project.Miller, Larry H., and Doug Robinson. Driven: an Autobiography. Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret Book, 2010. Print. (pg. 212)

Instructor Sara HackenSara Hacken has taught 28 years in 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. For the last fourteen years, she has taught an integrated English/History program at Lakeridge Jr. High.Sara has received awards for her innovative work at both the elementary and secondary level. She has conducted curriculum workshops locally and nationally, and taught classes for BYU, SUU, and Utah State and was recently recognized as the 2012 Utah Teacher of the Year!For the last six years she has also written and directed the Teaching American History grants for Alpine District which has provided over 550 hours of US History in-service for Alpine teachers. Sara has traveled extensively both in the US, and internationally as a Fulbright Scholar. Sara is the mother of four children, and grandmother of eleven grandchildren.

Instructor Cindy NessCindy Ness is a 26 year veteran of the public education system. She is the recipient of six educational grants, and a Fulbright Scholar. In 2008 she was the recipient of the Middle School Alpine Spirit Award for excellence in education and a Crystal Apple recipient.

Cindy joined the BYU history faculty in Fall 2009. She taught American history courses and worked with the prospective history and social studies teachers. She returned to the public classroom in Fall 2012, while continuing to teach Independent Study courses at BYU.

Cindy has taught US History & Education seminars throughout the state of Utah; including three previous Larry H. Miller Driven 2 Teach History Seminars.

Cindy and her husband, Rob, have four children.

Dr. Jeffery D. NokesJeff Nokes (PhD, Utah) is an assistant professor of History at BYU where he works with prospective history and social studies teachers.

His research interests include history teaching, democratic instructional methods, and nurturing secondary students historical literacies. He is the author of Building Students Historical Literacies: Learning to Read and Reason with Historical Texts and Evidence (2013), and co-editor of (Re) Imagining Content-Area Literacy Instruction (2010).

Jeff taught for 14 years in the Jordan School District at Elk Ridge Middle School and Bingham High School. He was named Utahs outstanding high school history teacher of the year in 2005 by the Utah Council for the Social Studies.

Jeff lives in Riverton with his wife and six children and enjoys coaching, hiking, and camping.

Dr. Jay H. BuckleyJay H. Buckley (PhD, Nebraska) teaches US History, American West, and American Indian history courses and directs the Native American Studies minor at BYU. His specialties include Lewis & Clark, exploration & migration, Indian-white relations, fur trade, and other western themes. Buckley recently served as the President of the national Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation.

Buckley is the author of William Clark: Indian Diplomat and co-author of By His Own Hand?: The Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis; Zebulon Pike, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West; and, Orem [Utah].

Jay and his wife, Becky, are the parents of three children and they enjoy sports, hiking, and traveling.

Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Virginia, Washington, D.C.DRIVEN-2-TEACH: 2014

7Jay H. Buckley, Brigham Young University

Thirteen Founding Fathers, Their Ladies of Liberty, & a Pain(e) in King Georges Neck

MassachusettsBy the Sword We Seek Peace, but Peace Only Under Liberty.

1) Samuel Adams*2) John Hancock*3) John Adams*

Elbridge Gerry*, Nathaniel Gorham, James Otis*, Robert Treat Paine*

SAMUEL ADAMSSept 27,1722 Oct 2, 1803Harvard CollegeMarried: Elizabeth CheckleyElizabeth WellsMA House of Represent.Sons of LibertyBoston Massacre; Tea Party

ContributionsContinental CongressPsalms 33Helped draft Articles of Confederation & MA State ConstitutionLexington/ConcordMA Senate Pres.MA Gov. (1794-97)

This is a glorious day for America. Apr 19, 1775The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil constitution, are worth defending against all hazards.Among the natural rights of the colonists are these: First a right to life, secondly to liberty, and thirdly to property; together with the right to defend them in the best manner they can.Our cause is just and righteous, and we shall never be abandoned by Heaven while we show ourselves worthy of its aid and protection.

JOHN HANCOCKJan 23, 1737 Oct 8, 1793Lost father at age 7Had a rich uncle!Harvard CollegeDorothy QuincyMA colonial legislatureLiberty! for Madeira

Contributions$250,000 to aid Rev. WarPresident, 2nd C CongressMaj. Gen. of MA militiaFirst and Third Governor state of MACongress of ConfederationMA State Convention

I glory in publicly avowing my eternal enmity to tyranny.Burn Boston, though it makes John Hancock a beggar, if the public good requires it.

JOHN ADAMSOct 30, 1735-July 4, 1826Braintree (Quincy)Harvard CollegeTaught SchoolPracticed LawMarried Abigail SmithWonderful lettersConfidant, advisor

ContributionsContinental CongressDeclaration of IndependenceWrote MA ConstitutionUS DiplomatFrance Great BritainVP; 2nd US PresidentOpposition to slavery

The furnace of affliction produces refinement in states as well as individuals. And the new Governments we are assuming in every part will require a purification from our vices, and an augmentation of our virtues, or they will be no blessings.[Independence Day] will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forevermore.

Massachusetts

VirginiaDeath to Tyrants / Thus always to tyrants4) Patrick Henry* 5) George Washington 6) Thomas Jefferson* 7) James MadisonCarter Braxton, Benjamin Harrison, Francis Lightfoot Lee, Richard Henry Lee, George Mason, Thomas Nelson, Edmund Randolph, George Wythe

PATRICK HENRY*May 29, 1736-June 6, 1799Attorney, Wealthy Landowner and Tobacco grower; Great OratorOpposition to Stamp ActChampion of Republicanism

ContributionsPromoter of the Rev.Anti-Federalist who opposed ConstitutionAdvocate: Bill of Rights1st and 6th Gov. of VA

Let us trust God and our better judgment to set us right hereafter. United we stand, divided we fall.It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, peace, peacebut there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!

GEORGE WASHINGTONFeb. 22, 1732-Dec. 14, 1799tobacco plantationFrench & Indian WarGeorge & MarthaFather & Mother of the Country

ContributionsContinental Army GeneralPresided over Constitutional ConventionFirst PresidentSet the standard of the presidencyRepeatedly voluntarily gave up power

The time is now [to] determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves. . . . Our cruel and unrelenting enemy leaves us the only choice of brave resistance, or the most abject submission. We have, therefore, to resolve to conquer or die.The Citizens of the United States of America have a right to applaud themselves for giving to Mankind an enlarged and liberal policy: a policy worthy of imitation.

THOMAS JEFFERSON*April 13, 1743-July 4, 1826Martha Wayles Skelton Sally Hemings (1/2 sister)Governor of VirginiaUS Minister to FranceNotes on the State of VirginiaLand Ordinance (1784/1785)

ContributionsDeclaration of IndependenceReligious FreedomFounder, Univ. of VADiplomat; Sec of StateVP; Third PresidentLouisiana Purchase

The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time; the hand of force may destroy, but cannot disjoin them.All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution.We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with inherent and inalienable Rights; that among these, are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness; we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor.

May it [the Declaration of Independence] be to the world what I believe it will be, . . . the Signal of arousing men to burst the ch