UNI History Intern Produces Old Stone House Videos

UNI History Education Manjor, Shawna  Massow, chose the Old Stone House committee as supervisors for her 15 hour “Making History” project. The work was a requirement of an Introduction to the Study of History class she was taking.

“When I saw on the project list that an internship was available in Hampton, I jumped right on it, because my Grandma lives in Latimer, and I knew I could stay with her while working on the project,” said Massow.

We’re glad Shawna’s grandmother,    Lucille Meyer, lives in Latimer, because we benefited from this “Franklin County connection” in a big way, resulting in three new videos about the Leander Reeve Homestead.


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