Mont. elementary students research children from 1883 for video

05/16/2014 | Ravalli Republic (Hamilton, Mont.)

Fifth-graders at Lewis and Clark Elementary in Missoula, Mont., recently saw their two-year research project about children in the community in 1883 debut as a video about the area's history. The "When Missoula was Young" project started when the students were in third-grade and began their research using primary sources, such as microfilm of old newspapers and photos from the library. Local high-school students helped their younger peers, including assisting with the video that can be viewed at the Fort Missoula museum, where it is part of the permanent collection.

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Ravalli Republic (Hamilton, Mont.)

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