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Michele Kontor Dec 11
Sometimes my job is so much fun!
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Dave Frazer Jan 15
Some days in my job I come across things that blow my mind. How about a 1928 and a wooden harvester both still owned by original family, on same farm from new!
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Ms. Kim Nov 17
grade 7s took a trip to to learn about documenting our province’s history and stories. Thank you for the cool tour!
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Michael Vessely Dec 29
1923 Golf Illustrated. Initially shared with me from Dan Moore Golf but available in google ebooks. Interesting is the description of Hole 7 and 24(never built)how they go over water features.
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🦄🤘🦄Elton James🦄🤘🦄 Nov 5
The coolest thing I found today. The first time anyone in my family, has ever seen our great grandfather/ Grandfather who died at the young age of 35.
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Tyler Bradford Dec 20
Ancient Egypt synthesis pages to wrap up the unit!
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F3Betamax Dec 27
! Second AOQ of Dawnstrike is coming home to lead again!
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Melissa Neely Feb 11
History Fair students came across Hazel Scott's authentic signature on a WW2 envelope. On the back. was a primary source article about how she and stood up to racism!
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Elise Capron Dec 4
Replying to @EliseCapron
AND he was deeply involved in the origins of the Spiritualism movement (seances, woo!). I have no idea how directly (or not) we are related, but there are not that many Caprons out there, so there is a chance. And it's pretty neat, either way!
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Myles_to_go147 Dec 24
Replying to @Go147To
The Flop That Became One of the Most Popular Christmas Shows of All Time (4:04)
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Elaine Anderson Dec 5
The Patriot film is always a favorite time of the year for students to watch visual examples of revolutionary war strategy, partisan warfare, perspectives during the war and major battles of SC.
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Elaine Anderson Nov 14
King’s MMs simulation activity where students role-play as colonists, parliament, tax collectors and King George III. Ss loved protesting and seeing how unfair taxation without representation is! ❤️🇺🇸❤️
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Austin Capps Feb 11
Today, students were able to apply their analysis of the impacts of the Second Red Scare and McCarthyism on US society to support or not support Joseph McCarthy’s “re-election”!
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Frontenac JH Jan 30
8th graders are hard at work on their Civil War projects!
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Ed Goodwin Nov 24
Found this WWII ration book signed by my Great Grandmother Zola Metcalf.
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Elaine Anderson Nov 21
It was an honor to share 52 minutes of teaching SC/US history w my 31 1st period students & Senator Shane Massey today! We had good conversation about education in SC & he even said he learned a few things from my class.
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UofSC HESA Dec 2
Just a few of our History of American Higher Education students presenting their research this morning in the Museum of Education. Way to go! 👏👏👏
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Beth Roesch Dec 4
Anaylyzing grocery receipts and excavating chocolate chips - all in a day’s work for these historians!
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Richland Library Jan 20
📅HOLIDAY CLOSING | All Richland Library locations will be closed TODAY for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Check out rare images 📷 of his 1959 visit to , here:
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Tamiinbetween Dec 30
Taking in some history while in Farmville, VA in between haydenkraus basketball games.
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