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Maine Student Places First at National History Day Competition

Noah Binette of Berwick, Maine, won first place in the individual exhibit category at the National History Day Competition in June. Binette was one of 47 students representing Maine at the contest held at the University of Maryland in College Park.

The rising sophomore at Noble High School, won the senior individual exhibit division for his presentation on Malaga Island. In April, Binette also won at Maine’s National History Day competition held at the University of Maine.

A new partnership between UMaine and the Margaret Chase Smith Library, with support from the Maine Humanities Council and the Maine Historical Society, brought the event for students in grades 6–12 to the UMaine campus for the first time since the national program began in 1980.

“Our first year of coordinating National History Day in Maine has been successful for many reasons, and Binette’s win demonstrates the strides we have made in organizing this program,” said John Taylor, Maine National History Day State Coordinator and museum assistant at the Margaret Chase Smith Library. “We look forward to building upon this success as we prepare for the 2015 season.”

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