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Awards Ceremony

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19-5-2021 4:00 PM

End Date

19-5-2021 4:15 PM

Abstract

Congratulations to our 2021 YHC winners

FIRST PLACE: COLE POWERS (LAKERIDGE HIGH SCHOOL)

Fighting for Freedom: Jazz and the Cold War

SECOND PLACE: CHARLOTTE CODY (ST. MARY'S ACADEMY)

The Irish Language and Nationalism in the 20th Century

THIRD PLACE: RUBY LEWIS (ST. MARY'S ACADEMY)

“To Hell or Connaught:” How British Colonizers Both Caused and Benefitted from the Irish Potato Famine

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May 19th, 4:00 PM May 19th, 4:15 PM

Awards Ceremony

Congratulations to our 2021 YHC winners

FIRST PLACE: COLE POWERS (LAKERIDGE HIGH SCHOOL)

Fighting for Freedom: Jazz and the Cold War

SECOND PLACE: CHARLOTTE CODY (ST. MARY'S ACADEMY)

The Irish Language and Nationalism in the 20th Century

THIRD PLACE: RUBY LEWIS (ST. MARY'S ACADEMY)

“To Hell or Connaught:” How British Colonizers Both Caused and Benefitted from the Irish Potato Famine