Will Rogers
State Historic Park

Explore - Will Rogers State Historic Park

Will Rogers was the first media superstar of the twentieth century- beginning with his silent movie fame in Hollywood during the 1930s, Will also became a newspaper columnist, a radio show commentator, an author, a technology enthusiast, recycler and an early airplane flight promoter. Growing up in Indian Territory as a Cherokee Native (Present day Oklahoma), Will came from a simple and humble background. Thanks to Will’s love for entertaining and land conservation, Will Rogers State Historic Park Museum goes beyond the movie star and shows the many aspects of Will Rogers’ passions.

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Teacher Resources

Explore Will Rogers on Padlet!

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Reimagining the field trip the new passPORTS Project

Through a new partnership with CUE and Parks California, California State Parks is reimagining how K-12 students connect with our parks. passPORTS uses a combination of digital instructional materials embedded with quality teaching practices to empower teachers and students to play, learn, serve, and share in California State Parks! We welcome you to explore our premade teacher resources including the California State Parks Reading List, our NGSS Phenomenon Bank, and much more!

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