Posted by: wadahp | September 2, 2010

GAME CHANGERS & HISTORY MAKERS: WOMEN IN PNW HISTORY CONFERENCE COMING UP

Join us for the 63rd Annual Pacific Northwest History Conference “Game Changers & History Makers:  Women in Pacific Northwest History,” November 3-5, 2010 at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane, Washington.

For information, program and registration visit their website.

Note that online registration is required with all types of payments and the reduced fee for “Early Bird” registration ends October 6.

  • First Women’s History Conference in the Northwest in 20 years
  • Part of the 2010 Washington Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemoration
  • Major speakers include Gail Dubrow, Stephanie Coontz, and State Senators Karen Fraser and Lisa Brown
  • Special recognition of Sue Armitage and Karen Blair for their longtime contributions to Northwest Women’s History
  • 22 sessions, an oral history workshop, and new this conference, poster presentations
  • Tours of the Hutton House, Hutton Settlement and Washington State Digital Archives
  • Networking opportunities and a “connected conference”
  • Hosted at the historic Davenport Hotel, a AAA four diamond hotel with conference rates starting at $85.00 per night

 

Sponsored by:

Washington State Historical Society (permanent sponsor)
Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
Center for Columbia River History
Northwest Oral History Association
National Archives and Records Administration—Pacific Alaska Region
Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
Pacific Northwest Historians Guild

 

Other sponsors still welcome!

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