Please visit the National History Day website for all rules relating to your participation in the History Day Contest.
"Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choices are preparped to choose wisely. The real safeguard, therefore, is education...To prepare each citizen to choose wisely and to enable him to choose freely are paramount fuctions of the schools in a democrary."
Franklin D. Roosevelt 1938
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is our nation's first Presidential Library and the only one used by a president while they were still in office. The Library and Museum promotes research and education on the lives and times of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, the Great Depression, World War II, and their enduring influence in the world we live in today.
For more information about the Roosevelt Presidential Library visit our website www.fdrlibrary.org
Public DisplayInform visitors when and where the can go to see the various contest projects.
What to Expect During the contest
On the day of the contest you will be directed to the areas where your entry will be judged. Parents and guests of contest participants will have free access to visit the Roosevelt Presisdential Library while they are here. Contest Participants may also visit the Museum, but must be careful be ready to presnet their projects at the appointed time.
The judging of all entries will follow the rules and proceedures set by National History Day. These can be found on their website. All judges rulings are final.