History repeating Itself

Left to right: Joining other proud parents, Matt Morrill used his cap to protect his video camera form the rain as he watched  his daughter Rya Morrill (cq), 10 (not picured) and her Fairmount School fourth grade classmates read headlines from a 1911 edition of the Bangor Daily Commercial during their history presentation at the Bangor Museum and History Center Thursday morning, June 10, 2010. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
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Left to right: Joining other proud parents, Matt Morrill used his cap to protect his video camera form the rain as he watched his daughter Rya Morrill (cq), 10 (not picured) and her Fairmount School fourth grade classmates read headlines from a 1911 edition of the Bangor Daily Commercial during their history presentation at the Bangor Museum and History Center Thursday morning, June 10, 2010. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
Posted June 10, 2010, at 11:27 p.m.
Left to right: Fairmount School fourth graders Alana Broughton (cq),10, Rya Morrill (cq), 10, Brendan Martin (cq), 10, Alexander Ogden (behind newspaper), 10, and David Rubin, 10, listened to other classmates as they took turns reading the headlines from a 1911 edition of the Bangor Daily Commercial during the fourth graders' history presentation at the Bangor Museum and History Center Thursday morning, June 10, 2010. Jean Schmick , a fourth grade teacher at Fairmount School,  helped organize the student's presentation which served as a service learning project and part of their Maine history curriculum. Their museum visit was the culmination of their research, writing and public speaking practice, said Schmick. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
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Left to right: Fairmount School fourth graders Alana Broughton (cq),10, Rya Morrill (cq), 10, Brendan Martin (cq), 10, Alexander Ogden (behind newspaper), 10, and David Rubin, 10, listened to other classmates as they took turns reading the headlines from a 1911 edition of the Bangor Daily Commercial during the fourth graders' history presentation at the Bangor Museum and History Center Thursday morning, June 10, 2010. Jean Schmick , a fourth grade teacher at Fairmount School, helped organize the student's presentation which served as a service learning project and part of their Maine history curriculum. Their museum visit was the culmination of their research, writing and public speaking practice, said Schmick. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
Left to right: Fairmount School fourth grade teacher Jean Schmick delivers opening they took turns reading the headlines from a 1911 edition of the Bangor Daily Commercial during the fourth graders' history presentation at the Bangor Museum and History Center Thursday morning, June 10, 2010. Schmick helped organize the students' presentation which served as a service learning project and part of their Maine history curriculum. Their museum visit was the culmination their research, writing and public speaking practice, said Schmick. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS
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Left to right: Fairmount School fourth grade teacher Jean Schmick delivers opening they took turns reading the headlines from a 1911 edition of the Bangor Daily Commercial during the fourth graders' history presentation at the Bangor Museum and History Center Thursday morning, June 10, 2010. Schmick helped organize the students' presentation which served as a service learning project and part of their Maine history curriculum. Their museum visit was the culmination their research, writing and public speaking practice, said Schmick. BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN CLARKE RUSS

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