Cultural Resources Management


Cultural Resources Management

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

"Integrating the past with the future."

Additional Resources

Additional Resources for Teachers
External Link – Learn NC: K-12 Teaching and Learning From the UNC School of Education

Educator’s Guide:  North Carolina Digital History
External Link – Learn NC: Educator’s Guide: North Carolina Digital History

North Carolina Digital Collections

External Link – North Carolina Digital Collections

Military History from the State Library of North Carolina
External Link – Military History: State Library of North Carolina

North Carolina Maps: Browse Maps by County
External Link – North Carolina Maps

Intrigue of the Past: North Carolina’s First People: A Teacher’s Activity Guide for Fourth through Eighth Grades
External Link – Intrigue of the Past: North Carolina’s First People

Virtual Skeleton: Human Osteology
External Link – Virtual Skeleton: Making Learning Real Project

Dig: The Archaeology Magazine for Kids
External Link – Dig:  The Archaeology Magazine for Kids

Social Studies for Kids: The Fun of Archaeology: Discovering Something New
External Link – Social Studies for Kids

The Carolina Algonkians
External Link – The Carolina Algonkians:  Carolina Algonkian Project

Library of Congress: Teachers
External Link – Library of Congress

United States Marine Corps: History Division
External Link – United States Marine Corps: History Division

U.S. Army Heritage Collections Online
External Link – U.S. Army Heritage Collection Online: U.S. AHEC Collections: Home of the U.S. Army Military History Institute (USAMHI)

North Carolina Lesson Plans
External Link – North Carolina: The Tar Heel State: For Teachers

Celebrating Native American Contributions to the U.S. Marine Corps During November
External Link – The Globe: Serving Camp Lejeune and Surrounding Areas Since 1944

USS North Carolina
External Link – Battleship North Carolina: Welcome to the Battleship USS North Carolina

Heel Junior Historian Association
External Link – North Carolina Museum of History: Junior Historians

Connecting Kids to Conservation
External Link – Connecting Kids to Conservation: A resource to help you plan conservation projects with youth (Projects, Planning, Case Studies, and Funding).