LAKE HARRIET WINNERS AT STATE HISTORY DAY
Monday, May 06, 2013 6:25 AM

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We are so proud of all of the Lake Harriet students who qualified for Minnesota History Day that took Sat. May 4th at the U of M. The following students received special awards or acknowledgement at the final ceremony for their entries.

 

WINNING ENTRIES

 

Second Place Junior Group Documentary:

Charlotte H. and Ani S., “The Triangle Fire: A Turning Point in Worker Safety”

*These students are National History Day Finalists and the winner of a topical prize from the Minneapolis Labor Review.

 

Third Place Junior Individual Documentary:

Andrea Kloehn, “The Nestle Boycott: Advocating for the World's Infants Brings Big Change.”

 

Fourth Place Junior Paper:

Daniel L., “Apollo 11: The Genesis of International Space Cooperation.”

 

Fifth Place Junior Group Website:

John C. and Owen K., “The Medtronic 5500: A Pacemaker that Changed Medical History.”

 

 

 

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HONORABLE MENTIONS

 

Junior Group Exhibit:

Evan C. and Nick M., “The Ford Model T Assembly Line”

*This group also received a topical prize for Quantitative History.

 

Junior Paper: "The Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956: A Turning Point in History Leading to America's Dependence on Oil” Tommy Jagielski.

 

Junior Group Website: John H., and Will S., “FDR's New Deal: Turning the Course of the Great Depression.”

 

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