The 43rd Annual Dakota Conference on Northern Plains History, Literature, Art and Archaeology, April 29-30, explores the impact of the Civil War on the northern Great Plains. Supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities, this year's gathering of academic and non-academic scholars will address questions related to this conflict in a regional context. For example, how was life for both indigenous and immigrant plains peoples changed as a result of the Civil War? Sponsored by Augustana College's Center for Western Studies, the conference features sessions, panel presentations, and an autograph party.
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