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Deliens Rose: Survivor of the Runaway Scrape

Time Frames
During School Day, After School, Summer, Weekend
Formats
Field Trip, On Campus Program
Grades
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Community/Fam., Talented/Gifted
Standards

Description

This is a first person interpretation of the life and experiences of Runaway Scrape survivor, Deliens Rose. Deliens Rose, with her husband, Dr. Pleasant Rose, and their children, came to Texas in 1834 just before the Texas Revolution. She was the mother of 7 children. Deliens suffered through the Runaway Scrape in which the woman, children and old men ran for their lives from the Mexican Army. She lost one of her children to illness on that journey as did many other mothers. Deliens also became very ill and very nearly lost her life. Dr. and Mrs. Rose lived in the Houston area after the Revolution. Deliens Rose tells of the humor and the tragedy of early Texas.

Students Will

  • Learn about life during the Texas Revolution.
  • Learn about an important female in Texas history.
  • Learn about Deliens Rose.
  • Learn about life during the Runaway Scrape.
  • Book: Remember the Alamo!: The Runaway Scrape Diary of Belle Wood, Austin's Colony, 1835-1836 (Lone Star Journals); By: Lisa Waller Rogers; ISBN-10: 089672784X

Details

Dates: Open
Times: Open
Duration: Approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour (“Question and Answer” session is optional)
School Fee: $300 First Performance; $100 (each) 2nd and 3rd Performance (same character, same day). Max three in one day.
Minimum Attendance: 1
Maximum Attendance: 150
Bilingual: No
Technical Needs: Microphone may be required for groups of 50 or more.
Other Information: For a discount, you can book up to three performances of the same character in one day.

Scheduling / Booking

Instructions: Call (214) 421-4500 x104 or email DHS Booking at Booking@dallashistory.org.
Deadline: Two weeks in advance. However, sometimes last minute requests can be accommodated.
Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be given for absent students. Any field trip, excluding the Chuckwagon, may be cancelled with full refund up to 48 hours before the scheduled program(s) and/or special event(s). Because of the popularity of the Chuckwagon field trip program, cancellation must be made within eight weeks of the program date in order to receive a full refund. Any field trip cancelled with less than 48 hours notice of the scheduled program(s) and/or special event(s) – including failure to cancel – will not be refunded. All program(s) and special event(s) will begin promptly at the time scheduled. The Dallas Historical Society is not responsible for groups who arrive late. No program delay or refund will be issued for tardiness. All outreach programs or performances will begin at the time scheduled and will last 45 minutes to an hour. Please have all participating students seated and ready to go by outreach program or performance start time. Failure to do so may result in an abbreviated program or performance. All programs and special events cancelled by the school or as a result of a district-wide closing and/or adverse weather will not be refunded. Affected programs and special events will either be rescheduled or may receive credit toward future programming. All programs and special events cancelled by the Dallas Historical Society for adverse weather or other conditions beyond our control will be refunded or rescheduled.
After School Policy: All after school programs or performances will begin at the time scheduled and will last 45 minutes to an hour. Please have all participating students seated and ready to go by after school program or performance start time. Failure to do so may result in an abbreviated program or performance.

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