American History Essay Contest. The American History Essay Contest was established to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation's great history and learn about history in a new light. This contest is open to students in public, private, and parochial schools, and registered home-study programs. Students in grades five through.
Contest Information Enter the Contest Now After twenty years, the Gilder Lehrman Institute is retiring the Civil War Essay Contest. While we received hundreds of entries each year, that is but a small fraction of the number of students studying American history annually.
The annual J. Fred Smithcors Student Veterinary History Essay Contest was established in 1991. It provides a unique opportunity for veterinary students to learn about the heritage of their new profession by researching and writing about a veterinary history topic of their choice. The contest is named in honor of J. Fred Smithcors, DVM, PhD (1920-2006) for his many contributions to veterinary.In her opening remarks, Masnick said, “The DAR American history essay contest was established to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation’s great history and learn about.History of the Fifth Grade Essay Contest: For Irene Blore, the answer to what my mother means to me, was, “The world.” Her mother was the rock she clung to in all her decisions, she said. One thing her mother always stressed was the importance of education. “Faith and the education of my children enhance the quality of life for everyone,” said Blore, the 1995 California Mother of the.
Open to students in Maine middle and high schools, this contest calls on students to explore at least one aspect of Maine Native American history, and then to write an essay of between 500-1000 words. Topics may include, but are not limited to, the history of Native American diplomacy, relations between the tribes, relations with European settlers, aspects of Native American economics, the.Read More
SPRING MILLS — “The Voyage of the Mayflower” was the topic for the 2019-20 DAR American History Essay Contest. Shenandoah Valley Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution received numerous essays about The Voyage of the Mayflower from the eighth-grade class at Spring Mills Middle School. Family, students, teachers, principals, guests,and Shenandoah Valley Chapter.Read More
American History Essay Contest. This contest is open to all grade 5, 6, 7, and 8 students in a public, private, or parochial school, or those who are home schooled. Each year a selected topic for use during the academic year is announced, and contest instructions are sent to the schools. Essays are judged for historical accuracy, adherence to topic, organization of materials, interest.Read More
As part of its mission to support the study of American History, the DAR sponsors a history essay contest for 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders each year. The competition is open to all students in.Read More
Carnes’ essay packet was forwarded to Ms. Konnie Beauregard, Southeastern Division Vice Chair for NSDAR American History Committee. The contest is open to all students in fifth through eighth.Read More
Facing History and Ourselves teaches us to think about the world in new ways, igniting conversations about how we can build societies free from racism, antisemitism, bullying, and hatred of all kinds. Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Essay Contest! The 2018 contest invited students to reflect on the stories and ideals that have helped shape the ways they think about their roles and.Read More
Four Butts County students were named local winners in the Daughters of the American Revolution’s yearly American history essay contest. Two of the students advanced and were named district winners and two were selected as runners-up. Jamie Mercer, an eighth-grade student at Henderson Middle School, and Carson Lamb, a seventh-grade student at Henderson Middle School, won first place in the.Read More
The American History Essay Contest was established by NSDAR to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation’s great history and learn about history in a new light. The winners of.Read More
History. Flag Day Today. Events. Essay Contest. Contact. More. Get Involved. WHAT THE AMERICAN FLAG MEANS TO ME. On June 14, 1885, Bernard J. Cigrand, a 19-year-old teacher at Stony Hill School placed a 10-inch, 38 star flag on his desk. He asked his students to write an essay in reflection of what this flag meant to them. The American Flag Day Foundation aims to keep this patriotic tradition.Read More
The American History Essay Contest was established by NSDAR to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation’s great history and learn about history in a new light.” The winners.Read More