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Colo. students preserve internment camp site

NCSS SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016

A group of Colorado high-school students and their teacher, John Hopper, are working to preserve a site that was used for the internment of Japanese-Americans after the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack in Hawaii. The students maintain the internment camp's buildings, cemetery and landscaping, and they curate artifacts donated to the museum. The Denver Post (12/05)


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Geography teacher helps create online lesson database

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Club engages Ga. students in global learning

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Wash. 4th-graders explore the Middle Ages

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Archaeologists uncover remnants of ancient city in Egypt

NCSS SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016

Ancient mummified legs identified as those of Queen Nefertari

NCSS SmartBrief | Dec 05, 2016

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