The National History Day theme is Leadership and Legacy. The Piedmont team chose to interpret that theme via their topic, "Harriet Beecher Stowe: The Woman Who Wrote the Civil War
From the Piedmont Newsletter:
Congratulations once again to Mr. Reddig and the National History Day team, Aaliyah McNeill, Crystell Phoenix, and Maya Lucas. They won 2nd place at the regional competition at UNCC. This year's theme is Leadership and Legacy, and their topic was "Harriet Beecher Stowe: The Woman Who Wrote the Civil War." Next up, they will compete at the state competition in Raleigh on April 25th. We wish them the best of luck!
Mr. Reddig explains the student project :
They are entered in the Junior Group Exhibit category. They created an amazing exhibit that consists of a glass display case full of artifacts, books by HBS, and biographies about HBS, a vintage piece of luggage that contained a variety of primary resources which included letters written from England and brochures from the HBS Historical Museum, and a student created pop-up book that displays the leadership and legacy roles of HBS. Harriet Beecher Stowe's leadership and legacy are evident in her roles in the abolition, prohibition, and suffrage movements. Her influence is most evident in the impact her novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin" had on the passions that were stirred which led to the Civil War and the legacy of the phrase "Uncle Tom."
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