On May 13 and 14, 2005, during the sesquicentennial of treaties between the United States and Indians of Washington Territory, the Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest at the University of Washington will host a conference to consider repercussions, understandings, and representations of those and other treaties with indigenous peoples, contemporary as well historical. The conference will provide a forum for scholars in several disciplines to discuss ongoing research and raise new questions about the significance of treaties between indigenous peoples and colonial regimes. The meetings will take place at the University of Washington in Seattle.
You can view the conference program and download the registration form at the web address provided below.
Please register before April 22 if possible.
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