Article Photos: Roles in living history project help elementary students in Oklahoma learn 17/21

Adrian Williams portrays Crispus Attucks, a sailor killed by British troops in the Boston Massacre; historians consider him the first African-American to die for the cause of freedom in this country. Wearing authentic era attire, students in Rhonda Watkins' fourth and fifth grade social studies classes at Schwartz Elementary School portrayed various figures from the American Revolution period during  a living history museum program in the school's library on Wednesday,  Jan. 30,  2013.  The students selected a historical person from a list provided by Watkins, and  were required to research the subject, write a report and make a verbal presentation about the person. All students in the school were invited to the library to hear the characters tell about their lives.   Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman