Wis. student finds his calling through history projects

Ryan Eisenman, a senior at D.C. Everest Senior High School in Schofield, Wis., became hooked on history in the eighth grade while working on a Civil War project. Eisenman is now the leader of his school's oral history project, which has published a book of interviews that he and other students conducted with Holocaust survivors. "There has to be someone who will remember their experiences and record them," said Eisenman, who said he wants to becomes a history professor.

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