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Tag Archives: National History Day
Well, history day 2014 has come and gone. Joel Myers and I have spent over six months working on our website about the American Fighting Man’s Code of Conduct and an American POW’s responsibility to escape. We placed first at … Continue reading
“There’s a lot of great people in this country, don’t ever let anybody tell you different.” — Loosely translated from A Walk Across America by Peter Jenkins Mr. Jenkins was right when he said that in his book. There really are … Continue reading
Get the scoop on the National History Day Competition so far! Continue reading
Ladies and Gentlemen, this past week my father and I were out of town (I still had posts publishing as to throw off anyone trying to track me… tricky, eh?) in Washington DC for the country-wide National History Day competition.
Last Saturday was the NHD state competition! Joel and I again took first place! Here are some pictures… We both also got a bag of buttons to trade when we get to DC for the National Competition. Joel’s brother, Justin, … Continue reading
On Tuesday, the district competition for National History Day was held. My partner, Joel, and I entered a ‘Junior Group Website’ about how the Dust Bowl was a turning point in history. We took first place! We got some group … Continue reading
We took first place! More pictures to come.
Sorry I haven’t been posting. I have been working on a project for National History Day (commonly abbreviated to NHD). NHD is an international (a few SE Asian countries participate) program for kids grades 6-12. To see more about NHD … Continue reading
The day after the awards ceremony we again packed up and then headed home! On our way to Toledo, OH we visited the Flight 93 memorial. This is the map of the route. The plane’s original route was to San … Continue reading