Campus Martius Museum

Workshops and museum tours for educational groups are available year round. These programs supplement early Marietta and post-Revolutionary War frontier history for students in grades 3-8, though programs can be adjusted to any age level. Programs are designed to help schools meet the Ohio Academic Content Standards. We can “customize” any of the programs to fit your time schedule. They are hands-on, interactive programs.

Campus Martius Museum Programs:

  • Putnam House
  • Candle dipping
  • Pioneer toys
  • Pioneer clothing
  • Silhouette drawing
  • Military defense
  • Surveying
  • Quilting
  • Weaving
  • Farming

  • Map Skills
  • Wildlife in Ohio
  • Quills, early writing
  • Transportation
  • Native Americans
  • Underground Railroad
  • North West Ordinance
  • Fossils & Dinosaur Bones
  • Rocks & Minerals of Ohio

Appalachian Migration

If you want to focus some of the time on Appalachian Migration into Ohio (1850-1970) we will focus on these areas. Besides the history, we will also address the issues in parenthesis.

  • Assembly line (hands on activity which shows the advantages and disadvantages of specialized work as opposed to mass production.)
  • Coal mining (positive and negative human impacts on the environment)
  • Farming (changes in technology; positive and negative human impacts on the environment)
  • Transportation (changes in transportation and the effects on migration)

Ask about Hometown History on Wheels! Bus transportation cost reimbursement available to Washington County schools through donations from area groups and individuals. When scheduling, ask for details.

If you have any questions or need clarification please call or email: Glenna at 740-373-3750 or ghoff@campusmartiusmuseum.org