- Mark Waggoner and his students examine old photographs of the first Elmore School.
- Mark introduces his students to Andrew E. Elmore's photograph and questions if the elder Elmore is the school's namesake.
- Mark explains what information students should find about their relatives from the 1930 census.
- One of Mark's student's work showing 1930 census data from Ancestry.com and the student's record of important ideas about their ancestor on the "1930 US Federal Census" form.
- A photograph of the first Elmore School built in 1898.
- Deborah Anderson, Director of the Archives Research Center at UW Green Bay, shows Mark's students documents about the Elmore family housed at the center.
- One of Mark's students records dates and events from Andrew E. Elmore's life using the TimeLiner computer program in the school's computer lab.
- Mark and his students read a newspaper article about the Elmore family from the State Historical Society's Digital Library Archives web site; then they record important ideas about the family from the article.
- Mark is the primary author for Learning About Wisconsin.
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October 24, 2003 (Friday)