World War I Museum Field Trip
The Troy High School American History class visited the Liberty Memorial World War I Museum on March 19th. The students were able to view a World War I tank, create their own propaganda posters on interactive tables, and listen to World War I-era speeches and music in sound booths. The actions during and the results of World War I continue to impact the world today, and the museum does a tremendous job of showing young people that choices have consequences.
Caption 1: Tate Smith, Kipp Jasper, and Cale Hamilton relax at the top of the 217-feet Liberty Memorial Tower.
Caption 2: Canton Swartz poses in front of a World War I tank.
Caption 3: Holly Williams, Cassidy Rosenberger, and Taylor O’Connor stand inside a replica tank crater.
Caption 4: (Back row from left to right) Aimee Clary, Karen Araseki, Spencer Clary, Joey Parks, Kael Morris, Dakota Sharp, Tate Smith, Kipp Jasper, Bryton Etherton, Cale Hamilton, Jacob Moore, Camden Benitz, Sidney Fleek, Cassidy Rosenberger, Morgan Masters, Caitlin Johnson, Holly Williams
(Front row from left to right) Taylor O’Connor, Madi Harbeston, Macy Norris, Caton Swartz