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Kansas Day 2010 at Eudora Elementary School

In celebration of Kansas Day, the second-graders at Eudora Elementary School hosted their first living history museum. Prior to the museum, students researched famous Kansans and Americans. Using that information, they wrote speeches and created a bulletin board display portraying the famous person they researched. At the museum, visitors got to hear from famous people such as Amelia Earhart, Abraham Lincoln, Henry Ford, John Brown and Laura Ingalls Wilder.

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Caleb Reazin talks about the life of Charles Lindbergh.

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Morgan Campbell and Emily Howard stand by their project on Amelia Earhart.

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Hayden Miller, Allison Gladfelder, Zach Johnson researched Abraham Lincoln.

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Brandy Hadl, Anna Smoots and Celeste Etter learned about singer Martina McBride.


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