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National History Day Winner Archive - National History Day Winners 2012

2012 Winners
Junior Division
Group Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
On the Brink of War: The Cuban Missile Crisis Skowhegan Area Middle School
Ben Martin-Cooney
Holden Hodges
Cole Bitgood
2
A Nation Divided: The Berlin Wall 1961-1989 Skowhegan Area Middle School
Sayre Pono
Kayla Vanadestine
Wyatt Carey

3

 

Japanese American Internment: A Reaction to Pearl Harbor Skowhegan Area Middle School
Kyndric Stewart
Olivia Michaud
Regan Billings Pearce
Junior Division
Individual Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
Howl: Allen Ginserg and the First Beat of a Revolution Deer Isleāˆ’Stonington Elementary School
Philomena Mattes
2
Federal Project Number One: Artists Need to Eat Too! Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Joie Affleck
3
Hannibal Hamlin: A Voice for Freedom Homeschool-Bowdoin
Aaron Dustin
Junior Division
Group Exhibit
School/Student(s)
1
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 1865-1910 Gorham Middle School
Avery Arena
Molly vanLuling
2
The Bank Holiday of 1933 Hartford Sumner Elementary School
Tobias Worthley
Zack Grover
3
Susan B. Anthony: Women’s Rights Activist Skowhegan Area Middle School
Lily Pugsley
Michelle Millett
Junior Division
Individual Exhibit
School/Student(s)
1
The Maine Law of 1851 Creates a National Prohibition Reform Movement Berwick, Noble Middle School
Noah Binette
2
Reaction to Revolution: Anne Frank and Her Diary Skowhegan Area Middle School
Bailey Keister
3
Child Labor: Reaction and Reform During the Industrial Revolution Scarborough Middle School
Sarah Yoder
Junior Division
Historical Paper
School/Student(s)
1
The Polio Vaccine: A Revolution in the World of Modern Medicine Scarborough Middle School
Ana Guggenheim
2
Rough Hough: The Story of the 1966 Cleveland Hough Riots Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School
Abigail Steinsieck

3

The Copernican Revolution-Rethinking Astronomy Scarborough Middle School
Erin Bass
Junior Division
Group Performance
School/Student(s)
1
Reaction to the Hitler Youth Movement Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Elaine Randolph
Kali Litchfield
Katie Wescott
2
Pete Seeger: “Songs Are Sneaky Things” Hartford Sumner Elementary School
Keara Heap
Norliyana Menes
Cassandra Zak
Seneca Jacobs
3
The Beatles Revolution: War, Love, and Peace Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Reilley Hicks
Olivia Dooley
Junior Division
Individual Performance
School/Student(s)
1
Reactions to Silent Spring and Reforms to the Environment Berwick, Eric L. Knowlton School
Eleanor Mallett
2
Francis Perkins Reforms For The Future Hartford Sumner Elementary School
Emily Smith
3
NONE
Junior Division
Group Website
School/Student(s)
1
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: Reaction to Nazi Oppression Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Dennis Wescott
Hunter Wiley
Jonathan Randolph
2
Nikola Tesla: The Revolution of Electricity, Despite Thomas Edison Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Azalea Cormier
Jonathan Cooper
3
Rosa Parks: A Ride for Freedom Skowhegan Area Middle School
Jessica Clement
Journye Goeman
Juliet Winegardner
Junior Division
Individual Website
School/Student(s)
1
The Reforms of Alexander II Waterboro, Massabesic Middle School
Alexander Morin
2
The Cell Phone Technology Revolution Bangor, William S. Cohen School
Sydney McDonald
3
Cubism and Picasso: Revolutionizing The Art World Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Lauren Wilson
Senior Division
Group Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
Dioxin Poisoning: The Environmental and Human Price of Operation Ranch Hand Standish, Bonny Eagle High School
Kyaunna Libby
Jaimee Gammon
2
The Rock Heard ‘Round the World Gorham High School
Andrew Johnson
Timothy O’Neill
Matthew Gaudette
3
John Brown’s Raid Saco, Thornton Academy
Jeremy Poisson
Timothy Morris
Senior Division
Individual Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
Silent Spring: The Dawning of the Environmental Revolution Scarborough Middle School
Emily Carter
2
Ireland: A Country Divided Standish, Bonny Eagle High School
Katie Quinn
3
In Between the War Saco, Thornton Academy
Amy Houser
Senior Division
Group Exhibit
School/Student(s)
1
The 1960s: A Revolution in Fashion Saco, Thornton Academy
Francesca Petrucci
Elizabeth Provencher
2
The Cotton Gin: A Revolution in the South Standish, Bonny Eagle High School
Nicole Pelizza
Emma Brooks
Emily Duggan
3
The Rise and Fall of the Berlin Wall Standish, Bonny Eagle High School
Lauren Sharples
Allie Parkin
Senior Division

Individual Exhibit

School/Student(s)
1
Henry Bergh Crusade Against Cruelty to Animals Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Rebecca Cooper
2
Pony Express Standish, Bonny Eagle High School
Alyssa McLaughlin
3
The Evolution of Jeans Revolution Saco, Thornton Academy
Sara Lin
Senior Division
Historical Paper
School/Student(s)
1
Faces of a Revolution: The American Revolution and the Kosciuszko Uprising Brunswick Jr High School
Brooke Tranten
2
Dorothea Dix: Reforming the Care of the Insane Dixfield, Dirigo High School
Lindsy Crutchfield
3
Pete Seeger: Songs of the Times Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Abigail Campbell
Senior Division
Group Performance
School/Student(s)
1
Constance Markievicz : The Lifelong Quest of a Countess Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Sierra Wescott
Brian Miclon
2
NONE
3
NONE
Senior Division
Individual Performance
School/Student(s)
1
Pablo Picasso : Artist At The Crossroads Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Megan Salisbury
2
L.L. Bean: One Hundred Years of Revolutionizing Maine Manufacturing Waterboro, Massabesic High School
Brian Wardwell
3
NONE
Senior Division
Group Website
School/Student(s)
NO Entries for this category
Senior Division
Individual Website
School/Student(s)
1
A Nation Reacts:9/11 Waterboro, Massabesic High School
Shayna Davis
2
NONE
3
NONE

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