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Students Present Award Winning Projects at the National Archives

(PRWEB) June 9, 2007 -- Visitors to the National Archives will see history come alive in dramatic performances, exhibits and documentaries on Wednesday, June 13. Young history scholars selected from Kansas, New York, Oklahoma, and Washington will present their work reflecting this year's National History Day theme "Triumph and Tragedy in History" between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the National Archives and Records Administration.

 “  Triumph and Tragedy in History  
The five students selected to present their projects at the National Archives and Records Administration are part of a larger group of more than 2,000 finalists participating in the National History Day (NHD) national contest at the University of Maryland June 10-14. These young historians are bringing with them the products of months of research - creative presentations in the form of research papers, dramatic performances, documentaries, and exhibits.

The NHD program annually engages more than half a million participants in grades 6-12 across the nation. "After twelve years of participating with eighth grade students," states teacher Barbara Allen of Denver, Colorado, "I still say National History Day is the greatest thing I can do with kids."

About NHD
More than a student competition, National History Day is a campaign to change the way history is taught and learned in our nation's classrooms. The program is having a profound impact on history education
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 and received the Charles Frankel Prize for Public Programming from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The NHD program has also collaborated with the National Archives to develop the "Our Documents" initiative to improve American history, civics, and service. More information is available at www.nhd.org.

About The National Archives and Records Administration
The National Archives and Records Administration, an independent federal agency, is the nation's record keeper. Founded in 1934, its mission is unique - to ensure for the citizen and the public servant, for the President, the Congress, and the Courts, ready access to essential evidence. The National Archives meets a wide range of information needs, ensuring access to records on which the credibility of our government and the accuracy of our history depend. The National Archives carries out its mission through a nationwide network of archives, records centers, and Presidential Libraries and on the Internet at www.archives.gov.

EDITOR'S NOTE: For contact information on local schools or students from your state contact Mark Robinson at 301-314-9739 or e-mail protected from spam bots. Interviews and photo opportunities are available.

National History Day Exhibits at the National Archives
   
The Triangle Factory Fire: Tragedy and Triumph for the American Worker
Student: Helen Lee
School
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: Sunrise Elementary School
City: Redmond, Wash.
Teachers: Paula Cautrell and Patti Kalinski

Atomic Bomb: A Race for Triumph or Tragedy
Student: Brian Maskal
School
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: Academy Northwest Tacoma
City: Tacoma, Wash.
Teacher: Laurie Akehurst

Willowbrook State School: From Atrocities to Sweeping Reforms
Student: James Marlow
School: Genesis at Xaverian
City: Staten Island, N.Y.
Teacher: Valerie Gilson

From Prairie to Dust to Conservation: The Story of the Soil on the Great Plains
Student: Emily Simpson
School: Uniontown Junior High School
City: Fort Scott, Kan.
Teacher: Sara Jackman

Tragedy of Segregation Triumph of Acceptance: The Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Story
Student: Libby Trusty
School: Verdigris High School
City: Claremore, Okla.
Teacher: Pat Trusty


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