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Future historians recognized

September 20, 2012
The Mining Journal

More than 50 student volunteers in the Michigan Iron Industry Museum's Future Historians youth group participated in the living history program at Fort Wilkins State Park in Copper Harbor. Each year, students learn about 19th century life, including chores, etiquette and pastimes, then travel to Copper Harbor to portray children who lived at or near the 1870 army post. Participants in the July 24-26 living history day camp were, front row from left: Hailey Smith, Gunnar Johnson, Grace Laurin, George Lakso, Janel Voss, Rebecca Zorn, and Miranda Millin. Second row: Becca Ivey, Kaitlyn Millin, Anna Beckstrom, Allie Johnson, Kate Zorn, Brooke Johnson, and Sally Major. Third row: Hannah Smith, Mariel Morton, Sidney Voss, Anna Major, and Ashley Longtine. Back row, Alexa Laurin, Megan Goupil, Crystal Brabbs, Lauren Lasko and Rebekah Mackey.

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More than 50 student volunteers in the Michigan Iron Industry Museum's Future Historians youth group participated in the living history program at Fort Wilkins State Park in Copper Harbor. Each year, students learn about 19th century life, including chores, etiquette and pastimes, then travel to Copper Harbor to portray children who lived at or near the 1870 army post. Participants in the July 24-26 living history day camp were, front row from left: Hailey Smith, Gunnar Johnson, Grace Laurin, George Lakso, Janel Voss, Rebecca Zorn, and Miranda Millin. Second row: Becca Ivey, Kaitlyn Millin, Anna Beckstrom, Allie Johnson, Kate Zorn, Brooke Johnson, and Sally Major. Third row: Hannah Smith, Mariel Morton, Sidney Voss, Anna Major, and Ashley Longtine. Back row, Alexa Laurin, Megan Goupil, Crystal Brabbs, Lauren Lasko and Rebekah Mackey.

 
 

 

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