Renewal Units Available at the 38th Annual Montana History Conference Sept 22-24

Thursday, August 25, 2011
By Julie Saylor
444-0754

September 22-24, 2011

38th Annual Montana History Conference

Missoula, Montana

 

NO ORDINARY TIME - WAR, RESISTANCE, AND THE MONTANA EXPERIENCE

 

From the time of the First Peoples to the present day, conflict has always been part of the Montana story. Join us in Missoula for the 38th annual Montana History Conference where we will explore the role of warfare in traditional Native American culture, the contributions that Montanans have made to our nation’s wars, the impact that those wars had on life in the Treasure State, and the efforts of those who fought to resist armed conflict. In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the United States’ entry into WWII, conference highlights will include sessions on, and a visit to, Fort Missoula, an internment camp for Italian detainees and Japanese-American citizens.

See Thursday's Educators Workshop:

http://mhs.mt.gov/museum/HistConfBrochure2011.pdf

 

http://mhs.mt.gov/museum/historyconf11registration.asp



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