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Exhibit: Local Students' History Projects on Display
The Dunedin Historical Museum is proud to present a special exhibit showcasing the award-winning NHD projects of Dunedin Highland Middle School.
Students worked for months last school year to develop various projects within this year's National History Day Theme: Revolution, Reaction and Reform in History. Those students whose projects won at the school level of competition moved on to the county level competition in January, and a few of Dunedin's projects were selected to compete at the state level. We are happy to present those that represented Dunedin at the state competition.
What is National History Day?
National History Day is a competition that makes history come alive for America's youth by engaging them in the discovery of the historic, cultural and social experiences of the past. Check out the video below from the National History Day Website explaining the competition.
Stop by the Museum to see some of the projects created by Dunedin Middle School students who competed in this year's competition. Congratulations to all the competitors!
More About Dunedin Historical Museum
Dunedin Historical Museum holds more than 2,000 artifacts and photographs about Florida's history. During the summer it holds historical camps for children. Check the website or call to find out about various events and activities.
Other events here
- A Pint of History Daily, 5:00 pm