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Sunday, November 8 • 2:45pm - 3:15pm
Story Maps, Local History and Middle Schoolers

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Bill Guerette, Presque Isle Middle School

Are you interested in local history, maps and story telling? Story maps combined with interactive maps and multimedia content can create awesome presentations about local history. This presentation will be about one such project. The project is a collaboration between the Presque Isle Airport Museum and Presque Isle Middle School eighth graders. It tells the rich history of the area where the middle school is located. The Story Map explains how it evolved from a grass runway in the 1930's , to an Army Base during WWII, to a launching site for SNARK missiles with nuclear warheads in the late 1950's and finally to the present day uses of the former base.

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Sunday November 8, 2015 2:45pm - 3:15pm
Green Mountain B

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