Word at the Wax Museum

Why did you select your historical figure?
Thursday, May 13, 2021
Word at the Wax Museum

“We learned about him in class.” ~Brianne Nachtigal (left) / William Clark “She was on the expedition and even gave birth on it.” ~Mariana Aminkeng (right) / Sacajawea

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“I learned about him through an audiobook on the way back from a wrestling tournament. He was undefeated in high school wresting and from Waterloo, Iowa.” ~Tike Erikson / Dan Gable

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“He was the greatest military general of all time and never lost a battle in the 15 years that he fought” ~Howie Gayle / Alexander the Great

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“I read her books a lot when I was younger and still re-read them. She is a noble figure.” ~Taylor Kellom / Laura Ingalls

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“Because I wanted to wear a beard and top hat.” ~Bryton Mikkelson / Abe Lincoln

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“I chose him so I could learn more about the Civil War.” ~Chance Obert / George Armstrong Custer

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“I’m related to him and he was also one of the first people to find gold” ~Hunter Guy / Granville Stuart

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“He played for the Griz. He also played in the NFL for the Chicago Bears and for the Tennessee Titans.” ~Tanner Allen / Marc Mariani

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“I just liked him” ~Adam Lynn / Thomas Jefferson

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“He is my favorite president. He was also a general.” ~Gage Mikkelson / Andrew Jackson

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“I like what he invented, which included the light bulb and telegraph.” ~Samuel Spear / Thomas Edison

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“My P.E. teacher, Mr. Shilling, suggested him.” ~Austin Mauws / Wayne Estes

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“He created the assembly line for cars and allowed for cars to be built faster.” ~Hunter Wichman / Henry Ford

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“She was a really good actor and performed in movies.” ~Tayla Bishop / Martha Raye

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“She was an actress. I like to watch movies.” ~Brynn Hodik / Myrna Loy

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“I think it’s cool that she helped fight for women’s rights.” Ava Grove / Jeannette Rankin

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“We’ve learned about Lewis and Clark in school. My cousin’s last name is Clark, and I wanted us be in the expedition together.” ~Abrea Polzin / Meriwether Lewis

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“He is practically the only [historical] Montana guy I knew about. My grandparents have a painting by him.” ~Sophia Clark / Charles M. Russell

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