CONGRATULATIONS to JULIUS, DAHP's 2020 HISTORY DAY AWARD RECIPIENT
Each year the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) and Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) make an award to up to two Washington History Day participants with our Archaeological and Historic Preservation Special Award.
This year, DAHP is proud to announce the recipient of the 2020 Archaeological and Historic Preservation Award is Julius, a junior high school student from Vancouver. Julius' award winning History Day project was for researching and producing a video documentary titled Ozette: The Archaeological Discovery That United A Culture and Led It Onward.
As recipient of DAHP's History Day special award, Julius will receive a Student membership with the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation (WTHP) and free tours of the Stimson-Green Mansion and the University of Washington's Shell House. Both the Stimson-Green Mansion and the Shell House are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
In addition to extending our congratulations to Julius for his documentary on Ozette, DAHP thanks Chris Moore, Exec. Director of the WTHP and Nicole Klein, of the ASUW Shell House restoration effort, for their generous prize donations.