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Utah History Day Exhibit Examples

8th Place Sr. Individual Exhibit , National History Day 2016

George Catlin’s Native American Encounters: A Gift of Artistic Preservation by Maren Burgess – 8th Place Sr. Individual Exhibit, Nationals 2016

Jr. Group Exhibit from Thomas Edison Charter School North (Logan, UT)

The Greatest Treasure Hunt in History, Jr. Group Exhibit by Saige Hinds, Eliza Lewis, Daniela Meneses, Nationals 2016

Henry Ford 2015

Assembling America: The Legacy of Henry Ford, by Garret Tietjen and Sean Titensor, Nationals 2015

Golda Meir

The Iron Grandmother: Golda Meir and the Shaping of Israel, by Tatiana Chudy, Nationals 2015

FugitiveSlaveAct

The Fugitive Slave Act, by Easton Bowring, Nationals 2014

GuantanamoBay

Guantanamo Bay: Human Rights Abandoned? by Carter Fielding, Nationals 2014

Utah History Day Documentary Examples

 

Rabin of Israel: A Story of War and Peace, by Jacob Simmons, Brighton High School. National Qualifier 2018.

Conflict over Civil Rights: The Compromise of the Birmingham Retailers, by Kasper Nilsson, Waterford School. National Qualifier 2018.

Brown vs Board of Education, by Natalia Lopez, Thomas Edison Charter School North. National Qualifier 2018.

Louis D. Brandeis: Standing for the People, by Jacob Simmons, Brighton High School. National Qualifier 2017.

Long Walk of the Navajo: The 1864 Encounter at Hwéeldi and its Impacts on Dinétah,
by Kami Atcitty, Kaia Jay, and Esperanza Lee, Albert R. Lyman Middle School. National Qualifier 2016.

St. Eustatius: The Exploration, Encounter, and Exchange that Won the Revolution, by Jacob Simmons, Albion Middle School. National Qualifier 2016.

Through Science to Justice: Magnus Hirschfeld and Germany’s LGBT Rights Movement, by Natasha Pagel-Aprill, West High School. 8th Place, Sr. Individual Documentary, National History Day 2015.

Downwinders: Falling Out with the Government over Fallout from the Skies, by Diana Baird, Lakeridge Jr. High. 12th Place, Jr. Individual Documentary, National History Day 2014. 

¡Huelga! Delano’s Cry for Equality, by Nicholas Cockrell, David Skorut, and Harry Han, Hillcrest High School. 5th Place, Sr. Group Documentary, National History Day 2014,  and winner of the National Park Service Prize for Latino-American History.

RFK: A Ripple of Hope, by Nicholas Cockrell, David Skorut, and Harry Han, Hillcrest High School. National Qualifier 2015.

Lucius D. Clay: The General Who Saved a City, by Miguel Rust, Lakeridge Junior High. National Qualifier 2015.

Irena Sendler: A Light in the Dark, by Kate Wilhelm, Thomas Edison Charter School North.

Clara Barton: Leader in Humanitarian Aid, by Leah O’Barr, Lakeridge Jr. High.

Amelia Earhart: An Inspiration in the Air, by Shannon Baker, Carbon High School.

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, by Jenna Fellows, Kate Wilhelm, and Emilee Bennett, Thomas Edison Charter School North.

Watergate: A Stand Against the Scandal, by Grayson Hardman and Justin Peng, Timberline Middle School. Nationals 2017. 

St. Eustatius: The Exploration, Encounter, and Exchange that Won the Revolution, by Jacob Simmons, Albion Middle School, Nationals 2016

Long Walk of the Navajo: The 1864 Encounter at Hwéeldi and its Impacts on Dinétah,
by Kami Atcitty, Kaia Jay, and Esperanza Lee, Albert R. Lyman Middle School, Nationals 2016

¡Huelga! Delano’s Cry for Equality, by Nicholas Cockrell, David Skorut, and Harry Han, Hillcrest High School. 5th Place, Sr. Group Documentary, National History Day 2014,  and winner of the National Park Service Prize for Latino-American History

Through Science to Justice: Magnus Hirschfeld and Germany’s LGBT Rights Movement, by Natasha Pagel-Aprill, West High School. 8th Place, Sr. Individual Documentary, National History Day 2015

Downwinders: Falling Out with the Government over Fallout from the Skies, by Diana Baird, Lakeridge Jr. High. 12th Place, Jr. Individual Documentary, National History Day 2014 

RFK: A Ripple of Hope, by Nicholas Cockrell, David Skorut, and Harry Han, Hillcrest High School, 2015

Lucius D. Clay: The General Who Saved a City, by Miguel Rust, Lakeridge Jr. High. Nationals 2015

Irena Sendler: A Light in the Dark, by Kate Wilhelm, Thomas Edison Charter School North

Clara Barton: Leader in Humanitarian Aid, by Leah O’Barr, Lakeridge Jr. High

Amelia Earhart: An Inspiration in the Air, by Shannon Baker, Carbon High School

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, by Jenna Fellows, Kate Wilhelm, and Emilee Bennett, Thomas Edison Charter School North

 

 

Utah History Day Historical Paper Examples

The 1936 Olympics: From a Spark to a Flame, by Hannah Dooley, Box Elder Middle School. National Qualifier 2018.

Annette Kellerman: The Modesty Conundrum, by Remi Minor, Taylor Canyon Elementary. National Qualifier 2018.

Nancy Wake: The White Mouse, by Anna Burkholder, Kennedy Junior High. National Qualifier 2018.

The War on Drugs in the United States: A New Columbian Exchange, by Jacob McShane, Ogden High School

The Red Terror: The Result of Lenin’s Development as a Leader, by Raymond Li, Logan High School

Leadership and Legacy of Gertrude Bell: Mother of Nations, by Rebecca Johnson, Timberline Middle School

Woodrow Wilson; Wartime Presidency, by Jacob McShane, Ogden High School

Chief Walkara: Leader of the Utes, by Annsheri Reay, Monticello High School