EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS

produced by and for

 THE MILL MUSEUM

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This video explores the contrast of lifestyle between immigrant laborers and the upper class during the industrial revolution in 19th century Victorian Willimantic, CT.  It runs approximately six minutes. For all ages.

Created by the Mill Museum with a grant from the SBM Foundation.

This video explores working conditions during the industrial revolution in 19th century Victorian Willimantic, CT.  It runs approximately six minutes. For all ages.

Created by the Mill Museum with a grant from the SBM Foundation.

By Beverly L. York, Jamie Eves,

and Suzanne LaTulipe for

Windham Textile and History Museum

A video version of our school tour in two parts featuring our Educational Director, Bev York and our Executive Director Jamie Eves.

Textile Crafts for Kids at Home

By Beverly L. York and Suzanne LaTulipe for

Windham Textile and History Museum

 

A series of educational videos for children to learn how to make hands on crafts using things you can easily find at home.

Created by the Mill Museum with a grant from the Last Green Valley.

A Virtual Walking Tour of Windham

By Beverly L. York


A series of short history videos that takes the viewer to the locations in northeastern Connecticut where events actually happened and promote civic pride in the community. For all ages.

Created by the Mill Museum with a grant from the Last Green Valley.

A PUPPET PRESENTATION

By Beverly L. York

 

This is a thirteen part series of curriculum-based videos for younger children on simple things a child would learn if they lived in a milltown long ago.

Created by the Mill Museum with a grant from the Last Green Valley.