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Darla Hedstrom with her History Day project about the Flappers of the 1920's Jazz Age.

NY Mills students bring history to life

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Did you know that rock 'n roll saved the radio from extinction?

That half of the world's workers are involved with agriculture?

That the flappers paved the way for some of the most significant shifts in American fashion?

This was just some of the insight spectators gained at the annual History Day at New York Mills School. The February 25 event featured displays from 7th and 12th grade history students.

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