Pacific Northwest History Conference

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"Citizenships in the Pacific Northwest"

Conference Program and Schedule
Online Pre-Conference Workshop Registration  Registration deadline is March 30,2014
Online Conference Registration Registration deadline is March 30, 2014
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Washington State University's Department of History is providing a limited number of awards to fund graduate and advanced undergraduate student attendance at the conference. If you are interested in applying, see Scholarship Information. Application deadline is February 21, 2014.

Conference Highlights

Thursday, April 3
9am - 12pm
Special Fort Vancouver National Historical Site Behind-the-Scenes and Guided Tour
Sign up required through registration
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Thursday, April 3, 2014
9am or 11am
Confluence Project Land Bridge Tour
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Northwest Oral History Association Showcase offers a window into current work in the northwest oral history community that will be of interest to beginners and currently active historians. Complete program description.

A fast-paced "Unconference" experience with scholars from Washington State University and Eastern Washington University.  Learn more and visit the THAT Camp website.

Pacific Northwest History Conference

Full Conference Program and Schedule

Featuring 28 sessions with over 95 presentations
Opening reception April 3 from 5:30 - 7pm at the Clark County Historical Museum

Featured Speakers:

Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman luncheon speaker on April 4,  "Voting and Citizenship."






Dr. Roger Daniels,Charles Phelps Taft Professor Emeritus of History, University of Cincinnati, dinner speaker on  April 4, "Immigration and Citizenship in Historical Perspective." Sponsored by the Castles Endowment and Oregon Historical Society. Merrill Images