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April 2, 2014

History Day Winners


TAHLEQUAH — Senior Group Exhibit

First place - The Good Terrorist by Bailey Bacon, Emily Parkinson and Taylor McCracken, Claremore High School   

Second place - George Washington by Andrew Noland, Ty Webster, Zane King, Josh Long and Stirling Mackie, Claremore High School

Third place - My Lai! You Lie! by Tayler Robertson, Kelsey Wheeler, Trevor Manness and Spencer Gotcher, Claremore High School

Senior Individual Documentary

First place - Fairy Tales: Legends, Myths, and Folklore by Genevieve Biggers, Tahlequah High School

Second Place - To Fight or Not To Fight by Dylan Abbot, Muldrow High School  

Senior Group Documentary

First place - Little Rock Nine: Rights and Responsibilities by Kayetlyn Wilhite and Seth Chapuis, Muskogee High School

Second place - Grey Areas by Gideon Moore and Kelby Grey, Muldrow High School

Grey Areas

Muldrow HS  Karen Page

Senior Group Web Site

First place - Woman’s Suffrage Rights by Emma Really, Ginna Johnson and Lauren Slape, Keys High School

Second place - Treaty 6 by Tyler Girdner,  Aaron Schwartz, Tyler Russell and Bryan Neff, Keys High School

Sweepstakes Awards

Junior Division - Tahlequah Middle School

Senior Division - Claremore High School, Muskogee High School (tie)

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