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History fair topic ideas

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Don't do the old History projects, like everyone does, like wars, famous people just don't do the projects like everyone does. Do something that's original! Do something that did change or effect history that people don't really think about. Like John Brown, cell phone invention, how the U.S. got its border's, wall of china, Disney (how it effect the world economically) invention of coke, remember just get creative and have fun, when your in to it you will get a good grade and have fun.

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You could write about a huge event or person that impacted history. Make sure that you can gather plenty of information. Also, dont forget to make it intersting and knowledgable, it is best to pick a topic that not many know much about so you can amaze them with the information.

THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO REMEMBER IS TO PICK A TOPIC YOU WILL ENJOY DOING...DO NOT PICK A TOPIC IN WHICH YOU WILL BE BORED DOING.

You could find ideas at historyfairprojectiideas.com

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* Try These: * [A] * Addicts Who Survived * Air Force Academy (5,754 p.) * Alaskan Pioneers (1959-62, 394 p.) * American Academy of Pediatrics (481 p.) * American Association of Physics Teachers (1963, 193 p.) * American Craftspeople (1984-88, over 7,000 pages) * American Cultural Leaders (1968, 1,508 p.) * American Entrepreneurs (1,445 p.) * American Historians (1968-69, 2,752 p.) * Anthropology * Architecture (1961, 133 p.) * Argentina (1971-73, 8,137 p.) * Henry H. Arnold (1,726 p.) * Association for the Aid of Crippled Children (1972, 572 p.) * Austrian (1976, 572 p.) * Aviation (1961, 5,200 p.) * [B] * Abraham D. Beame Administration * Benedum and the Oil Industry (1951, 1,085 p.) * Bennington Summer School of the Dance (1978-79, 5,423 p.) * Black Journalists (6,500 p.) * Black Labor Leaders * Black Panthers (2,500 p.) * Black Women Oral History (1976-80, 3,056 p.) * Book-of-the-Month Club (1955, 1,099 p.) * Nicholas Murray Butler (1951-71, 186 p.) * [C] * Carnegie Corporation of New York (Part I) (1966-70, 9,948 p.) * Carnegie Corporation of New York (Part II)* * Children's Television Workshop (1972, 164 p.) * China Missionaries (1969-72, 2,815 p.) * Chinese Oral History (1958-76, 17,584 p.) * Civil Rights in Alabama (1964, 259 p.) * Civil War Centennial (1965, 143 p.) * Lucius B. Clay (591 p.) * Columbia Crisis of 1968 (1968, 2,426 p.) * Columbia University's 250th Anniversary* (2,153 p.) * Community Service Society (1980-82, 446 p.) * Continental Group (1974-75, 21,306 p.) * Council for Exceptional Children (1,321 p.) * Hart Crane (1963, 225 p.) * [D] * Debevoise, Plimpton, Lyons & Gates (494 p.) * Donovan, Leisure, Newton & Irvine (1,079 p.) * Douglas, Helen Gahagan (1973-78, 1,293 p.) * Duke, James B. (1966, 2,907 p.) * [E] * Edison, Thomas Alva (1972-73, 1,045 p.) * Eisenhower Administration (1962-72, 35,597 p.) * Ethnic Groups and American Foreign Policy (1974-86, 2,660 p.) * Exciting Times, High Hopes(99 p.) * [F] * Farm Holiday Association (1960-61, 194 p.) * Federal Communications Commission (1978-79, 530 p.) * Federated Department Stores (1965, 2,911 p.) * Flaherty, Robert J. (1973-74, 1,200 p.) * Fly, James Lawrence (1967, 655 p.) * Flying Tigers (1962, 583 p.) * Forest History Society (Part A) (1957, 237 p.) * Forest History Society (Part B) (1964-73, 981 p.) * Friends of the Columbia Libraries (95 p.) * [G] * Gay Officers Action League (500 p.) * German Teachers and the Nazi Era (276 p.) * Goudy Society (1942-72, 139 p.) * Gregg, John Robert (1954-55, 163 p.) * [H] * Hammarskjold, Dag (1962, 230 p.) * Health Sciences (1962-67, 3,427 p.) * Hematology (1985-89, 480 p.) * Hemophilia * Hofstadter, Richard (1972, 235 p.) * Hollywood Film Industry (1971, 869 p.) * Hungarian (1974-88, 1,543 p.) * [I] * Independence National Historical Park (1970, 574 p.) * Infant Development (1982, 379 p.) * Institute of Inter-American Affairs (1984-89, 458 p.) * International Negotiations (1970-73, 2,243 p.) * Iranian-American Relations (1985-89, 1,595 p.) * [J] * Jackson Hole Preserve (1966, 1,080 p.) * Japanese American Citizens' League* * Japanese Women * Javits, Benjamin Abraham (1978-1980, 677 p.) * Jazz (1971, 209 p.) * Journalism Lectures (2,486 p.) * [K] * Kennedy, John F. (1972-78, 443 p.) * Kirkland College (1977-78, 401 p.) * Koch, Edward I. (over 3,000 p.) * Kollontai, Alexandra (1976-78, 369 p.) * [L] * La Follette Civil Liberties Committee (1963, 163 p.) * Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (7,814 p.) * League of Nations (1966-69, 866 p.) * Lehman, Herbert H. (1959, 414 p.) * Lenox Hill Hospital* * Levitt, Arthur (1953-87, 449 p.) * Lichtenberger, Arthur Carl (1984, 183 p.) * Longwood Gardens (1975-80, 320 p.) * Lowenstein, Allard K. (1985-88, 619 p.) * [M] * The Making of the New Deal * Manhattan Plaza * Marc XX (1988-89, 142 p.) * Marine Corps (1966-71, 19,931 p.) * Marshall Plan (1947-59, 118 p.) * McGraw Hill (1953-73, 5,332 p.) * Mercury Theatre/Theatre Union (1,694 p.) * Mining Engineers (1961, 518 p.) * Mount Sinai Hospital (1965, 1,335 p.) * [N] * National Association of Social Workers (1977-81, 2,496 p.) * Naval History (1960-69, 17,987 p.) * Nevins, Allan (1966-71, 580 p.) * New York Bar (1975-79, 1,900 p.) * New York Botanical Garden (1973, 448 p.) * New York Financial Writers Association * New York Political Studies (Part I) (1960-62, 2,723 p.) * New York Political Studies (Part II) (1965, 379 p.) * New York Political Studies (Part III) (1949, 291 p.) * New York University (1976, 214 p.) * New York's Art World (1976-78, 1,313 p.) * No Ivory Tower * Nobel Laureates on Scientific Research (1964, 1,689 p.) * Northside Center for Child Development (1,497 p.) * Noyes Foundation (1,702 p.) * [O] * Occupation of Japan (1960-61, 1,488 p.) * [P] * Patterson, Robert P. (1960-62, 585 p.) * Pew Charitable Trusts/Glenmede Trust (2,193 p.) * Photography (1976-78, 640 p.) * Physicians and AIDS (7,087 p.) * Physicians for Reproductive Health and Choice Project (1,401 p.) * Poets on Their Poetry (1971-75, 446 p.) * Popular Arts (1958-60, 7,812 p.) * Proskauer, Joseph M. (1963-64, 158 p.) * Psychoanalytic Movement (1963-82, 2,591 p.) * [R] * Radio Liberty (1965, 1,684 p.) * Radio Pioneers (1950-74, 4,795 p.) * Rare Books * Religious Educators (2,092 p.) * Ribicoff, Abraham A. (1,039 p.) * Rockefeller Foundation * Roosevelt [Theodore Roosevelt Association] (1953-55, 515 p.) * Russell Reynolds Associates (369 p.) * [S] * Sherrill, Henry Knox (1980-84, 2,040 p.) * Social Security (1965-68, 10,818 p.) * Socialist Movement (1965, 1,141 p.) * Southern Intellectual Leaders (2,796 p.) * Spencer Foundation (1981-85, 4,452 p.) * Stevenson, Adlai E. (1966-70, 5,606 p.) * Student Movements of the 1960s (1984-86, over 8,000 p.) * [T] * Taft, Robert A. (1967-70, 1,624 p.) * Trilling, Diana * [U] * Unemployment Insurance (1980, 1,701 p.) * United Nations Conference, San Francisco, 1945 (77 p.) * United Negro College Fund (1979-81, 2,473 p.) * United States Diplomats at the United Nations (716 p.) * [V] * Venezuelan Labor Leaders * Vietnam Veterans (1973-75, 4,829 p.) * [W] * War on Poverty (1,606 p.) * Warren, Earl (185 p.) * WBAI Radio Station (108 p.) * Washington Press Club Foundation: Women in Journalism (more than 7,077 pages) * Weyerhaeuser Timber Company (1953-56 3,045 p.) * Women in the Federal Government (1981-88, 2,328 p.) * Women in Journalism (1974, 129 p.) * Women's History and Population Issues (1973-76, 2,164 p.) * Woods, George D. (1983-85, 1,021 p.) * WOR Radio Station (1981-82, 287 p.) * World Bank (1,392 p.)

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