Black and white pictures of the Pardee-Morris House, Polly McCabe Center, St. Michael’s Church, Christopher Columbus statue at Wooster Square, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Dixwell Avenue Congregational Church, The Dixwell Community House, Eli Whitney Site, and three pictures taken of New Haven from the top of East Rock. These are at Fair Haven Middle School.
Copy of Eli Whitney Historic Site—Time Line prepared by the Sachem Institute, Inc.. Copy at Fair Haven Middle School.
Large sheets, approximately 24x36, of colored paper on which the best papers done by students will be pasted. A large booklet of work done on this unit will be compiled and available to parents and visitors who come to my classroom.
Maps of New Haven. (1) map of present day New Haven obtained from the Chamber of Commerce, (2) New Haven from the original Wadsworth map of 1748, and (3) map of New Haven taken from “Points of Interest in New Haven” a pamphlet published by the New Haven Chamber of Commerce to commemorate the Connecticut Tercentenary, 1935. All three are at Fair Haven Middle Schools.
“New Haven,” Video created by the New Haven Chamber of Commerce showing what New Haven offers today. Contact the Chamber for permission to use it
“New Haven Census Slide Exhibit 1790-1990.” Contact the Historical Archive Center of New Haven. Approximate time, 35 minutes.
“New Haven, Walking Cultural Tour,” Tape by Annabelle Simon Cahn. 90 minutes. Travel Cassettes, 1981. This may be obtained at the New Haven Public Library.
Newspaper articles on Folly McCabe and the Folly McCabe Center. See curriculum bibliography for specific dates and titles of articles or you may obtain copies at Fair Haven Middle School.
Notebook rings (large) to secure the colored pages of the booklet.
Picture of the New Haven Green 1840 by John Warner Barber. Yale University. Copy at Fair Haven Middle School.
“Points of Interest in New Haven,” a pamphlet published by the New Haven Chamber of Commerce in 1935. This is at Fair Haven Middle School.
Psalm LXV. This was sung at the opening of the first College building erected in New Haven in 1718. Copy at Fair Haven Middle School.
Sledge, Betsy and Eugenia Fayen. “Enjoying New Haven, A Guide to the Area.” This book can be obtained from the New Haven Public Library, or you may substitute any other New Haven guide such as those put out by AAA.
“The City As Man’s Hope”. This film may be obtained from the Sterling Library at Yale.