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  1. Simon Moreno, This class made me learn a lot of new things about Atlanta before, and since I’ve been living here for a while now I think that’s pretty awesome. Moreover, it was great learning researching strategies and working alongside everyone to create this amazing exhibit. Really proud!

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  2. Mariana, here for Simon. I’m confused as to why Simon put a picture of the railroads, but overall it looks like you all had a great time. Looks like a lot of work too!

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  3. Looks like it was a lot of work, my brother told me it was quite a process to get here. Looks very nice!
    Juanita Moreno

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  4. Martha Broadnax, This class helped me learn a lot about a city that I thought I knew a great bit about since coming to Tech. It was great seeing Atlanta in a new light all while learning how museums work and creating an exhibit like this one. We did a really amazing job!!

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  5. 4/30 Jacob Young, Atlanta. Good job to the whole class for making this exhibit.

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  6. Emma Menardi, sent by Jacob Young– This came together very nicely! The sections on corruption and syndicated crime and on education in Atlanta during the Scopes era were particularly interesting.

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  7. Very interesting and creative–thank you for your work!

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  8. I had so much fun uncovering the unknown details of Atlanta in the 1920s. Everyone worked very hard to make this exhibit interesting and informative and the result is fantastic. I am really proud of what we accomplished!

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  9. Gainesville, GA – I thoroughly enjoyed the exhibit. I think it was very well organized and thought out! Great job!

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  10. This class allowed me to learn and explore part of Atlanta history that I never known before. It was a very interesting class and I am really proud of what we accomplished.

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