The Policy Studies Organization is hosting a free streaming of the colloquium, Enriching History: Thomas Starr King, Earl Warren, and Freemasonry in California. The conference celebrates the contributions of abolitionist,Thomas Starr King who played a significant role in the Civil War, and of Earl Warren who helped craft permanent changes in civil rights and education. Prominent scholars will be discussing their research and adventures in understanding these two figures who helped shape modern America. This is a seminar for historians, social science educators, and all persons interested in aspects of civil rights history in America. The event will be transmitted live from San Francisco, and is hosted by Benjamin B. French Lodge No. 15, a famous Lodge in Washington DC.
November 9th, 2013
Benjamin B. French Lodge No. 15
1212 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington DC, 20007
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Enriching History aims to be part of a new series enriching American Studies and social science teaching. The series' mission is to influence the ways in which we learn and discuss the various experiences that have produced an ever-evolving nation.
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