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These are websites created by our students for National History Day at Beaver Dam High School
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Munchausen Sndrome by Proxy

Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSbP) is a factious disorder that leads to a potentially deadly form of child abuse. MSbP perpetrators are motived to talk to health care providers to satisfy their in...
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My Site

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The atomic bombs the the United States dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki was the correct course of action becuase it brought the war to a quick end.
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Before Baseball

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By being the first African American in the MLB, Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier to let other African Americans and other races play professional baseball. He did this by being brave,...
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Biggest turning point in history; Apple inc

Apple changed how we look at things and do things . It helps us accomplish task faster and find out things faster. Apple was one of the greatest advancements in history and will make things greater...
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The First Tractor

The invention of the Tractor in 1905 was a huge leap in technology. Ford was an inventor in this time with features that set them aprt from their competition. This led to increase of productivety by...
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    Rosa Parks

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Rosa Parks fought for equal rights.She stood up for herself and others. She didnt give up. She fought tillv the end. And as a result, that marked the beginning of change for everyone.
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The Chernobyl Accident

Throughout history, many events have changed its path into the future. Many of these events have happened in science, such as the discovery of DNA, or even the recent discovery of the Higgs particle....
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The Boston Massacre

The Boston Massacre was the killing of five colonists by British regulars on March 5, 1770. It was the culmination of tensions in the American colonies that had been growing since Royal troops first...
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Walt Disney's Adventure

Walt Disney was a tremendous innovator and the greatest cartoon and kids movie producer ever. He gave life to many generations of great characters. Walt Disney Company started in 1923 in a rear of a...
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The Beatles and The British Invasion

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    The Beatle's style of Rock and Roll mixed with pop, brought the United States and Britain closer than ever before. The Bealtes opened the doors for many bands and different styles of music....
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Martin Luther King Jr

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In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends -Martin Luther King Jr.
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Michael Jordan

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Michael Jordan redefined the game of basketball with his marketing, achievements, and passion for the game. Michael was born in Brooklyn, NY. He was raised by his two parents Delores and James...
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WWII (D-Day)

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During World War II (1939-1945), the Battle of Normandy, which lasted from June 1944 to August 1944, resulted in the Allied liberation of Western Europe from Nazi Germany’s control. Codenamed...
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The Manhattan Project

The Manhattan project was a research and development program to create the first atomic bomb during World War II. The United States teamed up with the U.K. and Canada for this intense project. The...
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The Titanic

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The way the Titanic was sunken is known, which was by an enormus iceberg. But it's still up in the air as to how the "unsinkable" vessel sunk and why the iceberg was not avoided. Controvercies fly...
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Start of NASA

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Nasa was started in the year 1958 on July 29.During the late 1940s, the Department of Defense pursued research and rocketry and upper atmospheric sciences as a means of assuring American leadership...
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Bombing of Pearl Harbor

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The attack of Pearl Harbor surprised everyone except the Japanese who are the one's that bombed pearl harbor costing us over 300 billion dollars in damage, because we cut off all scrap steel, iron,...
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First Ford!

"Ford was the eldest of six children born to a farming family in Dearborn. His father was Irish and had immigrated to united States in 1847 during the potato famine. Disliking farming,...

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Jackie Robinson

The turning point in history for baseball and other sports that did not allow negroes to play proffesionally. It all started when the baseball executive Branch Rickey of the Brooklyn...
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