| The creators of ThinkQuest.
Thank you for answering all of my questions and creating this
| My teammates and coaches.
You are wonderful people.
| My family, who let me hog
the computer during ThinkQuest and got me started on web design.
| Mrs. Renee Lemley and Mr.
William Nestor for sparking my interests in history.
| Mr. Ken Ratliff and Mrs.
Pam Brown for getting me started on web design.
| All persons who have graciously
allowed us to use their multimedia. Our site would not have been
possible without your help.
| Visitors of this site.
| My goldfish,
whose tank I failed to clean during the latter part of entry formation.
| My teammates for forming
such a nice, co-operative, and supportive team.
| My parents for not nagging
me while I worked on "The Roaring Twenties."
| My friends for making both
useful and useless comments and suggestions on my ThinkQuest work.
| My teachers for tolerating
me not handing in school work.
| My computer for being there,
and not dying on me during the duration of ThinkQuest.
| ThinkQuest for organizing
this competition and giving me an opportunity to test and present
my skills in web design.
| The local library for all
the books I needed on HTML and Perl.
| The Internet for always being
there to provide us with whatever information we happen to require.
| My eyeballs,
for keeping quiet even when strained after looking at the monitor