Students look to cash in on history

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Posted: May 3, 2013

The Winchester Star

Sherando High School junior Meagan Arnold will present her documentary on photographer Lewis Hine, who used his camera to reform U.S. child labor laws in the early 1900s, during the competition. This year’s theme is “turning points in history: people, ideas and events.”
Robert Aylor Middle School eighth-grader Caroline Harvey placed first in the state’s National History Day contest with her Web-based presentation on the economic and social impacts of the Barbie doll through the years. She will now compete in the national contest beginningJune 9 in College Park, Md. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)

STEPHENS CITY — Three Frederick County students will show off their research skills at a national history competition on June 9.

Sherando High School junior Meagan Arnold and sophomore Jon...



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