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Stick Figures

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Cody Barton

on 9 November 2012

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Transcript of Stick Figures

Stick Figures Stick figures can be happy! Or stick figures can be sad... Either way, where did stick figures come from? Well that's a very good question.... The first stick figures dated back to hieroglyphics and cave drawings. Early uses in American history include figures to represent isotypes. And now you get to see a
totally awesome powerpoint
about stick figures! And to finish off this amazing Prezi, lets whatch a video about stick figures!!!
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