SS:GE:4:2.2 Recognize how physical and human processes together shape places, e.g., the relationship between elevation and population density in a region or the characteristics of regions along the same latitude.
SS:HI:4:1.3 Describe the significance of national and New Hampshire celebrations, monuments, symbols and documents, e.g., Veteran's Day, the Statue of Liberty, Old Man of the Mountain, and the preamble to the New Hampshire Constitution.
SS:HI:2 Contacts, Exchanges & International Relations
SS:HI:4:2.1 Describe the interconnectedness of the world developed using examples., e.g., the contact between Native Americans and European settlers or the location of family members serving in foreign countries.
SS:HI:4:3.2 Explore how art, music and literature often reflect and/or influence major ideas, values and conflicts of particular time periods, e.g., colonial life or industrialization in New Hampshire.
SS:HI:4:3.3 Explore how groups have enhanced the art, music and literature of our nation, e.g., Latinos or Franco Americans.
SS:HI:4 Economic Systems & Technology
SS:HI:4:4.1 Explore major developments and changes in economic productivity, e.g., adoption of Native American crops or use of mass production.