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About

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National History Day is an inter-disciplinary research project for students in grades 6-12. History Day teaches students to:

  • Conduct in-depth research
  • Use primary and secondary sources
  • Read a variety of texts
  • Analyze and synthesize information
  • Write and present historical content

Students choose a topic that relates to an annual theme, research that topic, and develop their research into one of five presentation categories: research paper, exhibit, documentary, performance, or website. Students may then enter their projects into History Day competitions at school, regional, state, and national levels. 

For more information or to get involved in History Day, request more information online or contact the History Day staff

 

Minnesota History Day Sponsors

National History Day in Minnesota is sponsored by the Minnesota Historical Society and the University of Minnesota.

Major Funding Provided by: 3M Foundation, Education Minnesota Foundation, the Gerald and Patrice Halbach Charitable Fund, the Ralph and Virginia Kurtzman Fund, David and Janis Larson, the State of Minnesota/Arts and Culture Heritage Funds, Margaret and Lee Skold Fund, National Checking Company, Frank W. Veden Charitable Trust, and the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota.

Regional Partners: Augsburg College, Bemidji Middle School, Gustavus Adolphus College, Minneapolis Public Schools, Minnesota State University Mankato, Minnesota State University Moorhead, Normandale College, Southwest Minnesota State University, St. Cloud State University, Winona State University, University of Minnesota Duluth, Robbinsdale Middle School, St. Paul Public Schools, and White Bear Lake High School, South Campus.
 
 

Minnesota History Day Logos

Each Minnesota History Day logo is available in two formats, low resolution JPEG and high resolution EPS. For use on a web site, select the low resolution image. The image will then be displayed on your screen and you can save it to your hard drive. For print materials, select the high resolution image. The image will automatically be saved to your hard drive.
 
Logo usage must follow the following usage guidelines:
  • The History Day logo should always appear with the Minnesota Historical Society and University of Minnesota logos.
  • The width of the logo lockup images (both .eps and .jpeg) should not be used smaller than 3.875."
  • The primary typeface for History Day materials is Gotham or Archer. When neither of these fonts are available, use Arial.
  • The color palate for the History Day logo is blue (632c), yellow (124c), and gray (432c). Other Minnesota Historical Society education brand colors can be used: orange (158c) and red (187c). Blue: 632c
 
Flyer Templates
Logo Lockup: Black and White
Logo Lockup: Full Color

 

National History Day in Minnesota is sponsored by the Minnesota Historical Society and the University of Minnesota, Department of History
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