The Pacific Northwest Historians Guild has begun planning for our March 2005 conference Trails and Treaties in the Pacific Northwest: A Time for
Our goal is to encourage a fresh look at the complicated and often times little understood early Pacific Northwest history leading up to the treaties and the expected and unexpected consequences of treaty making on the region today. Presentation topics can include environmental and economic territorial histories, in depth looks at lesser known figures in our trail and treaty history, reconsiderations of pivotal events and people, as well as critical assessments of present day treaty and trail commemorations and their meaning. We encourage representation from the tribes and can help make contacts for your panels and presentations. The Guild is getting the word out early so new research can be presented at the conference. Presentations in film, poetry or other media will also be considered.
Please submit proposals to Program Chair Maria Pascualy by September 30, 2004.
Maria Pascualy, Program Chair
Pacific Northwest Historians Guild
1807 N.36 Street
Seattle, WA 98103 Email: email@example.com
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