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Old Mill Elementary School Living History Museum
Carley Snellen as Betsy Ross. Lyndsey Price as Amelia Earhart. Fiana Flanary as the Queen Elizabeth of England. Jacob Mishler as George Washington speaks to cafeteria workers. Nathan Turner as Chief Powhatan. Jacob Kaufman as Thomas Jefferson gets his photo taken by a modern cell phone. Jack Gentry as Squanto. Ella Lewis as Eleanor Roosevelt. Shaylee Terry as Rosa Parks. Bailee Higgins as Deborah Sampson. A telephone prop sitting on a stand for Alex Schmidt as Alexander Graham Bell. Dylan Inmon as John Jay tells fifth grade teacher Michele Grey about his role in history. Joanna Kelty as Phillis Wheatley. Layla McAuliffe as Anne Hutchinson. Will Brangers as frontiersman William Dawes. Gabe Brangers as Albert Einstein speaks to museum guests. Braxton Burks as Jefferson Davis told his story in front of the Appomattox Court House. Proud family members took pictures of students such as Sydney Hughes in the role of Ruby Bridges. Sadi Janisko as Supreme Court Judge Sandra Day O'Connor told her story to a visitor. Old Mill Elementary School's annual Living History Museum was held April 14. Students such as Hayla Puckett told the story behind historic characters such as Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross.