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Center for Cultural Resources - North America: Fossils & Falls of the Ohio

Kit contents and notes

This kit consists of 1 container of artifacts, 1 container of resources based on the universal 12 themes and a book bag.

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Seal of the Falls of the Ohio

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Falls of the Ohio Overhead View

Falls of the Ohio

Kit Contents

This kit contains a book bag, teacher resources, multiple sets of fossils, rocks, and caster impressions as well as information and historical documents concerning The Falls of the Ohio interpretive center. This kit will provide your classroom access to a variety of artifacts allowing students to have a hands on experience while exploring the historical context of The Falls of the Ohio.


For more information and to contact the Falls of the Ohio about school trips and educational opportunities follow this link:


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Falls of the Ohio photos

Contact Information

201 West Riverside Dr.
Clarksville, IN 47129
812.280.9970 *Press 1

Interpretive Center Hours
Mon – Sat 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sun – 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Park Property Hours
Daily   7:00am – 11:00pm
Admission Fees
$9: 12 and older
$7: 11 and younger
Under 5 Free
Annual passes are available
Parking  $2.00

Falls of the Ohio

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Photo courtesy of KET Education

Marshland Habitat

Marshland Habitat

Photo Courtesy of KET Education

Habitat and Wildlife Map at Falls of the Ohio


Photo courtesy of KET Education


Samantha Mattingly is a Teacher Candidate at Indiana University Southeast majoring in Secondary Education.

Samantha hopes to engage students in her classroom with historical artifacts, demonstrations, and interactive lessons.  Believing that the world is connected through the past and present, Samantha believes she can connect her students to the lessons making history relevant to their everyday lives.


Sarah Korcz- IUS 2020 Secondary Teacher Candidate

Sarah is excited to bring cultural diversity to the classroom through a variety of hands-on artifacts brought to us by the Center for Cultural Resources