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Students travel to Tahlequah to study 'forced migration'


March 15, 2020

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) — Tahlequah was recently a stop on an 18-day field trip for seven middle-schoolers from a small school in Burnsville, North Carolina.

The theme is "forced migrations," and one of the leaders, Brad Archer, is a graduate of Sequoyah High School and Northeastern State University.

With degrees in social studies education and peace and global affairs, Archer teaches social studies at Arthur Morgan School, a Quaker institution in the international Celo Community, founded in 1937 by Arthur Ernest Morgan. The school has 22 students in grades 7-9. Another trip leader, Izzy Mi...

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