Kansas Heritage Center

Great Plains Family Dwellings posters

Great Plains Family Dwellings posters Quantity in Basket: None
Code: 846
Price: $11.95
Shipping Weight: 0.94 pounds
By Dave Webb; original artwork by Phillip R. Buntin

See firsthand how early settlers and Indians lived on the Great Plains. These instructional posters explain in detail the differences and similarities among various types of family dwellings. Designed to conform to the Kansas State Social Studies Curriculum Standards and Oklahoma Priority Academic Student Skills, the full-color 12 x 18-inch posters are printed on high-quality heavy stock.

The poster format features student-friendly text, vocabulary words, historic photographs, first-person quotations, and original colorful artwork. Useful as bulletin board displays, study cards in learning centers, and classroom teaching aids. Each of the ten posters features a type of family dwelling used by early-day pioneers and Native Americans on the Great Plains:

Grass lodge
Earth lodge
• Dugout
• Sod house
• Log cabin
• Frame house
• Stone house
• Adobe house
• Brick house


10 posters, 12 x 18 inches