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WW1 MNopedia Articles

By: Rebekah Bjork | March 26, 2017

As MNHS gears up for the newest WW1 Exhibit in April, volunteers Ehsan and Anja have each written an article for MNopedia!

Ehsan has been a volunteer for almost 2 years, and his article focused on Anti-German Nativism. MNopedia Program Manager Linda Cameron said “Ehsan is a real ace right now.” Anja has been volunteering for one year and focused her article on the IWW Lumber Strike. “They are doing a fantastic job. I really enjoy working with them,” said Cameron.

Thanks to Ehsan and Anja for their hard work and dedication to MNHS and MNopedia!