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Pacific High students help make history at Smithsonian

SITKA, ALASKA Students from Pacific High school recently traveled to Washington DC and got first-hand experience archiving artifacts from the Smithsonian at the National Museum of the American Indian. The project they worked on is part of the cultural resource center’s virtual museum, which allows anyone, anywhere with access to the internet, a 360 degree view of museum artifacts.
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