Special Display at the Lander Library

Every June, hundreds of students travel to Washington D.C. to compete in the National History Day competition. A group of Lander area students qualified for this national competition by their dedication to research and creative presentation of history on the theme “Conflict & Compromise in History.” Through September the Lander Library is shining the spotlight on these students with a special display of their national-caliber projects.

Congratulations to these Lander scholars:

Group Documentary National 3rd Place Winners:
Jalynn Brough, Kameron Brough, and Caleb Russell for their project “Chief Washakie: Saving the Shoshone Tribe Through the Creation of the Wind River Indian Reservation.”



Individual Documentary National Competitor:
Magdalena Escudero-Kane for her project “The Clean Air Act of 1970: Launching the Environmental Movement Through Conflict and Compromise.”




Individual Exhibit National Competitor:
Theresa Bautz for her project “The War of the Roses.”





Paper National Competitor:
Lily Hitchcock for her project “Grim Reaper on the Goalposts: The Conflict That Almost Destroyed Football and the Compromise That Saved It.”







Junior Individual Website National Competitor:
Teaghan Chesmore for her project “The Night Witches: An All-Female Soviet Air Force Regiment Takes Flight.”







*Sponsored by the Lander Library Friends Association

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