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Flashback to the First Days in Mississippi

Mrs. Mayfield’s and Ms. Breazeale’s classes have been learning what it would be like to be an Indian when the early explorers discovered Mississippi. During this unit, students were asked to create their own Indian shelters using only what the land provided. They had a great time building these homes and did a WONDERFUL job using their imaginations.

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