Carin Larkin, right, a Jackson Hole High School English teacher, goes over a student’s presentation with Rebecca Sgouros, of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum.

History Day gets a bit wild

 

Carin Larkin, right, a Jackson Hole High School English teacher, goes over a student’s presentation with Rebecca Sgouros, of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum.

Carin Larkin, right, a Jackson Hole High School English teacher, goes over a student’s presentation with Rebecca Sgouros, of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum.

Georgia Eidemiller and Cyrena Keefe brought history to life last week when they performed their rendition of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show.

“Step up folks and you’ll have a hog killin’ time,” Georgia said in her rendition of a cowboy accent, “from Indians who perform tribal dances and rituals to a wild buffalo chasin’ shootout.”

The two performed at Jackson Hole High School for National History Day, an event that has been hosted at the school since Georgia and Cyrena were babies.

Now ninth-graders, the two actresses feel they have learned a lot about William “Buffalo Bill” Cody while working on a project that is part of the curriculum in their Honors U.S. History class.

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