63rd Annual Pacific Northwest History Conference November 3 – 5, 2010

Join us for the 63rd Annual Pacific Northwest History Conference

“Game Changers & History Makers:

Women in Pacific Northwest History”

November 3-5, 2010 at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane, Washington.

Note that online registration is required with all types of payments and the reduced fee for

“Early Bird” registration ends October 6.

·         First Women’s History Conference in the Northwest in 20 years

·         Part of the 2010 Washington Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemoration

·         Major speakers include Gail Dubrow, Stephanie Coontz, and State Senators Karen Fraser and Lisa Brown

·         Special recognition of Sue Armitage and Karen Blair for their longtime contributions to Northwest   Women’s History

·         22 sessions, an oral history workshop, and new this conference, poster presentations

·         Tours of the Hutton House, Hutton Settlement and Washington State Digital Archives

·         Networking opportunities and a “connected conference”

·         Hosted at the historic Davenport Hotel, a AAA four diamond hotel with conference rates starting at   $85.00 per night

    Sponsored by:

    Washington State Historical Society (permanent sponsor) – Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture – Center for Columbia River History – Northwest Oral History Association – National Archives and Records Administration—Pacific Alaska Region – Washington Trust for Historic Preservation – Pacific Northwest Historians Guild

    Other sponsors still welcome!

    See you in Spokane!

    For information, program and registration visit:

    http://www.washingtonhistory.org/heritageServices/conferences.aspx

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