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Before you begin work on your web site entry for the competition, you, your teacher, and your parents should carefully read the National History Day Contest …
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Once on nhd.weebly.com, students (or teachers) must create an account for EACH entry to be entered into competition and establish a username and password …
Since the 1990s, Mililani High School students have participated in the National History Day program. Starting with a handful of students, the program has developed into a school wide program with…
What are the five creative categories NHD offers? Students can choose to create an exhibit, a documentary film, a paper, a live performance, or a website to …
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Think about what your sources show. Explain how your topic relates to the theme. Place your topic in historical context. Show what happened. Tell why it’s important. Download Qualities…