National History Day in Arizona
Northern Arizona Regional Competition Results
Junior Group Website
First Place: Presidential Crime, and What the Watergate Scandal Taught Us, Claire C and Lauren F
Junior Individual Documentary
Third Place: You Have the Right to Remain Silent: The Miranda Warnings and the History behind Them, Miya F
Second Place: Greco-Persian wars in the fifth century BCE, Theo C
First Place: Native American Boarding schools: This is My voice, Alissandra W
Junior Individual Website
Third Place: Roe v. Wade; A Constitutional and Ethical Debate, Harper W
Second Place: There's oil in the Tea cups, the great Teapot Dome Scandal, Lily S
First place: Keating-Owen: Child Labor Act of 1916, Hayden M
Junior Individual Exhibit
Third Place: The Radium Girls, Lila H
Second Place: Wild Horse Annie Act, Ellery S
First Place: Buckey O’Neill and the Rough Rider’s Impactful Results on the Spanish-American War, Brendin O
Third Place: Miranda V. Arizona, The Case That Violated the 5th and 6th Amendments, Breana L
Second Place: The Space Race: The Greatest Scientific Era of the United States, Simon P
First Place: Emancipation Proclamation: Fulfilling the Promise of 1776, Bethany B
Senior Group Exhibit
Second Place: Guam as a U.S. Territory, Garret B and Deuce H
First Place: Three Mile Island, Colton D and Tyler G
Senior Group Website
Second Place: Diplomacy, Death, and Consequences: The Atomic Bomb, Aylen B and Cate L
First Place: The Controversy of the Bisbee Deportation, Riley L, Allison L, and Paislee T
Senior Individual Website
First Place: The Gunfight at O.S. Corral; The Myth, the Legend, and the Truth, Isabella H
First Place: The Armenian Genocide: Turkish Denial & Subsequent Debate Regarding Its Veracity, Jay R
Evaluations will be available Monday 3/7. Please read the evaluations completely and carefully.
- Follow all the registration steps under the registration/student drop down menu. You will receive an email after your registration is complete.
- Please make sure you register all group members for group projects. It is easiest to register all group members at one time.
- Make sure to check with your teacher to verify who will be paying for your registration fees.
- Registration fees are $30. If you go to a Title One school, you may be eligible for a reduced or free registration. Talk with your teacher for details.
- All registration fees are due by the last day of registration at 11:59 PM. There is a $15.00 late fee for late registration after this date and time.
- Teachers should register BEFORE their students.
- Follow all the registration steps under the registration/teacher drop down menu to register yourself. Students will do the same for their own registration.
- Students will receive an email after the first step of registration and once their registration is complete.
- Student registration fees are $30. There is no registration fee for teachers. If you work at a Title One school, your students may be eligible for a reduced or free registration. Email us at NHDAZ@azhs.gov for eligibility and details.
- Make sure to let your students know who will be paying for their registration fees.
- All registration fees are due by the end of the registration period, late registration fees will be assessed after that time.
Thank you for your support of National History Day in Arizona!
Please click on the Judge's link on the top menu to register to judge for the Northern Arizona Regional Competition. Once registered you will receive materials on the 2022 theme: Debate and Diplomacy: Successes, Failures, and Consequences. Be prepared to attend online and in-person judge training.
Thank you in advance for your time and support of National History Day in Arizona.
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