Arizona History Convention - April 24-26, 2003 - Tempe, Arizona.
The program committee invites proposals for papers on any aspect of Arizona history for presentation at the forty-fourth annual Arizona History Convention, which will be held at the Fiesta Inn in Tempe. We encourage proposals for complete sessions on a related topic as well as individual submissions. This year's convention, commemorating the Salt River Project centennial, will feature noted historians Patricia Limerick, Donald Pisani, William Rowley, Brit Storey, and Hal Rothman, as well as special events and field trips.
Proposals must be received by October 1, 2002. Only one proposal per author. Include name, address, and phone number, along with title of presentation and one page of description. Presentation length will be strictly limited to twenty minutes maximum.
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