Updates from the Veterans History Project (VHP): Ohio Students Earn State-wide Recognition, Help Two Veterans Become Authors - Dispatch March 22, 2017

Students at Pickaway-Ross Career & Technology Center who interviewed Appalachian veterans for the Veterans History Project as part of an English class assignment were recently recognized by Ohio legislators, including Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger. Their teacher, Tea McCaulla, wrote a guest blog post for “Folklife Today,” which details the students’ participation and how they played a role in helping two veterans become published authors.
To read the full article, go to: http://blogs.loc.gov/folklife/2017/03/appalachian-veterans-our-history-their-story/
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