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2018 OkNHD Winners

Junior Division

Special Awards

The Grand River Dam Authority Best Environmental Project Award

Antarctic Treaty
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Colin Gormley
Kayla Graybill
Hailey Harrington
Evan Rich

Best Use of Economics Award

Ford: The Conflict and Compromise of an Industry
Morrison Elementary School
Coy Condit
Kale McCosar

The George Washington Leadership Prize

Piominko: Unconquered and Unconquerable
Mannsville Public School
Jacie McCauley

Best Exhibit Design

Governor Raymond Gary and the Better Schools Amendment
Canton Elementary School
Kenzi Nix
Kylie Nix
Braxton Thompson

Historic Preservation Award

The Civilian Conservation Corps
Grove Public School
Alexis Canaday

The Best Use of Family History Prize

Values in Conflict: The Uneasy Peace of the Vietnam War
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Jacqueline Nguyen

Group Documentary

Third Place
Oklahoma City Katz Drug Store Sit-In
Grove Public School
Elise Diamond
Abigail Looper

Second Place
The Indian Removal Act of 1830
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Cate Mossman,
Amelia Peoples
Katherine Schein

First Place
The Christmas Truce of 1914: The Best of Men in the Worst of Times
Morrison Middle School
Gabriel Battles
Jared Harmon
Caleb Horne
Brody Roe

Group Exhibit

Third Place
Show Me the Dungeons: Kate Barnard's Conflict and Compromise in Reforming Oklahoma's Prisons
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Jackson Alexander, Jahaan Stetson, Lavender Yang, Zephaniah Yang

Second Place
Governor Raymond Gary and the Better Schools
Amendment
Canton Elementary School
Kenzi Nix, Kylie Nix, Braxton Thompson

First Place
The Textile Strike of 1934
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Isabella Butzer, Mailee Reavis, Audrey Thiessen

Group Performance

Third Place
The Newsboys vs. Pulitzer and Hearst
Centennial Middle School
Jennifer Dunbar, Faith Nesbit, Alexandra Vettese

Second Place
"I Recognize No Rights, But Human Rights" Discourse and Dissent Among Female Abolitionists
Hydro-Eakly Middle School
Madilyn Crisp, Peyton Grove

First Place
Uprising of the 20,000
Canton Elementary School
Hunter Hood
Erica Moldrup
Ashlyn Ruiz
Alyssa Rutz

Group Website

Third Place
Rails to the Country: Tracks to a Future
Canton Elementary School
McKayla Howerton
Larry Devon Reilly

Second Place
Conflict in the Greenwood Community; the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921
Grove Public School
Halle Bryan
Emily Rowell

First Place
The Berlin Wall: Conflict and Compromise
Irving Middle School
Evan McCrackin
Justin Yang

Individual Documentary

Third Place
The Japanese Internment Camps: Trading Freedom in the Name of Perceived Security
Grove Public School
Kaitlyn Duran

Second Place
Alan Turing: Breaking the Enigma and Overcoming Obstacles
Centennial Middle School
Abigail Hardwick

First Place
The Woman Who Should've Been the First in Space, Jerrie Cobb
All Saints Catholic School
Katherine Wavering

Individual Exhibit

Third Place
Compulsory Smallpox Vaccination: Conflicts of Beliefs and A
Life Saving Compromise
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Simren Shah

Second Place
A Conflict of Nature
Canton Elementary School
Kasidee Pope

First Place
The Partition: A Religous Conflict and the Political Compromise
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Semony Shah

Individual Performance

Third Place
The Original Plan for 9/11
Alice Robertson Junior High School
Kennedi Teague

Second Place
The Forceful Removal of the Sauk and Fox people from the Great Lakes to Indian Territory
Grove Public School
Kealan Hamilton Youngbird

First Place
Women's Air Force Service Pilots: Fly Girls of World War II
Elevate Co-Op
Hannah Stoner

Individual Website

Third Place
Prohibition: The Noble Experiment
All Saints Catholic School
Eva Winkler

Second Place
Paris Peace Accords
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Anh Jessica Nguyen

First Place
Japanese-Internment: A Horror in History
Centennial Middle School
Madeline Hardwick

Paper

Third Place
Dr. Nazih Zuhdi: Breaking the Boundaries
Grove Public School
Lillian Davis

Second Place
How Compromise Leads to Conflict: The Tulsa Race Riots of 1921
Monte Cassino
Jake Wilhelm

First Place
Numbers Do Not Discriminate:The Conflict and Compromise of the Rocket Girls
Canton Elementary School
Blair Dowell




Senior Division

Special Awards

The Grand River Dam Authority Best Environmental Project Award

The Marshall Islands: A Coerced Compromise
Morrison High School
Devyn Bales
Seneca Poulton
Kaylyn Raper

Best Use of Economics Award

Prohibition Is Better Than No Liquor At All
Burns Flat-Dill City High School
Lorsa Hughes
Riley Johnson
Jordan Mason
Kayela Staples
Donovan Webb

The George Washington Leadership Prize

Conflict and Compromise of The Founding Mothers
Muskogee High School
Ellaina Watson

Best Exhibit Design

The Embers Were Still Hot: The Flame That Was Jean-Michel Basquiat
Morrison High School
Lila Whitten

Historic Preservation Award

Hometown Voices of Vietnam
Canton High School
Jennifer Delgado
Beau Fuqua
Roxey Linder
Charlie Moldrup
Garrett Nippert

The Best Use of Family History Prize

The Cold War's Conflict and Roddenberry's Compromise
Mingo Valley Christian School
Mayberry, Grant

Group Documentary

Third Place
Carmita Wood: Leading the Charge Against Sexual Harassment
Morrison High School
Amanda Parli
April Parli
Cassidy Wilbourn

Second Place
From Turmoil to Truce: The Irish Troubles
Morrison High School
Kasen Cooper
Nathaniel Masters
Brendan Raper

First Place
Land of the Morning Calm: The Conflict of a Country and the Compromise of Two Nations
Morrison High School
Bradley Carr
Gage Williams

Group Exhibit

Third Place
Cease-Fire for Christmas
Burns Flat-Dill City High School
Zyane Gonzales
Mia Tibbits

Second Place
The Marshall Islands: A Coerced Compromise
Morrison High School
Devyn Bales
Seneca Poulton
Kaylyn Raper

First Place
A Regional Barrier, A Global Compromise: The History of the Berlin Wall
Burns Flat-Dill City High School
Ryne Garrison
Jaron Mason
Jake Mooney

Group Performance

Third Place
Prohibition Is Better Than No Liquor At All
Burns Flat-Dill City High School
Lorsa Hughes
Riley Johnson
Jordan Mason
Kayela Staples
Donovan Webb

Second Place
Executive Enmity: Conflict In The Jacksonian Democracy
Broken Arrow High School
Ashlynn Buffington
Grace Dearhamer
Erin McCarthy
Kiegan Ryan

First Place
Hometown Voices of Vietnam
Canton High School
Jennifer Delgado
Beau Fuqua
Roxey Linder
Charlie Moldrup
Garrett Nippert

Group Website

Third Place
Conflict and Compromise in Tiananmen Square
Oklahoma Christian Academy
Jack Li
HaoRan Yue
Jiaming Zhang

Second Place
Chaos in China: The Chinese Cultral Revolution
Morrison High School
Blake Scoles
Trey Snowden

First Place
The Indian Removal Act of 1830: Conflict then Compromise
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Samuel Fields
Larry Gu
Andrew Thompson
Matthew Thompson
Ian Torres

Individual Documentary

Third Place
Wounded Knee: An Intolerable Compromise
Morrison High School
Telain Williams

Second Place
Up in Flames: McAlester Prison Riot of 1973
Morrison High School
Callie Eyster

First Place
The Conflicts and Compromises of The National Women's Conference of 1977: Phyllis Schlafly Versus Gloria Steinem
Muskogee High School
Kylie Gioletti

Individual Exhibit

Third Place
Clara, don't compromise!
Muskogee High School
Isabella Locke

Second Place
Chief Little Turtle: From Violent War Chief to Promoter of Peace
Jay High School
Molly Bryant

First Place
The Embers Were Still Hot: The Flame That Was
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Morrison High School
Lila Whitten

Individual Performance

Third Place
Conflict and Compromise of The Founding Mothers
Muskogee High School
Ellaina Watson

Second Place
The Conflict Within: The Stanford Prison Experiment
Christian Family Academy
Laura Huskey

First Place
A Woman's Resolve: Queen Boudicca's Refusal to Compromise in the Face of Tyranny
Broken ARrow High School
Emily Tucker

Individual Website

Third Place
Conflict in Greenwood: Tulsa Race Riot
Muskogee High School
Grace Hiseley

Second Place
Turning Over a New Leaf: The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937
Christian Family Academy
Megan Hardwick

First Place
Duel of the Duals: The Newsboys Battle Against Pulitzer and
Hearst
Norman North High School
Shoaib Jamil

Paper

Third Place
And Justice For All?: Japanese American Internment During WWII
Christian Family Academy
Abigail Lilite

Second Place
The Uprising of 20,000: Conflict and Compromise for Long
Lasting Labor Laws
Classen School of Advanced Studies
Evelyn Henson

First Place
“An Endless Stream of Corpses”: The Case of Major War Criminals at the Nuremberg Trials
Christian Family Academy
Beth Houghton