What is the Value?

Students formulate estimations of the distribution of people and wildlife in the Nashua River Valley over a period of 300 years. They listen to the book, "A River Ran Wild," identify and record the names of the groups of people who lived in the Nashua River Valley during specific time periods, and create a graph using macaroni and beans to represent people and wildlife.

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