Pacific Northwest Historians Guild 2018 Conference: From Armistice to Amazon
The Pacific Northwest Historians Guild invites you to attend its biennial conference on March 3, 2018 at the downtown Seattle Library. The conference theme "From Armistice to Amazon: A Century of Transformations" addresses the profound changes our region experienced between 1918 and 2018. An exciting day of presentations will cover a wide range of topics.
Presentations on the effects of both World Wars, Native rights issues, labor strife, neighborhood preservation, non-violence, inclusive archives management, and a high-level view of regional development are among the many topics covered.
The Pacific Northwest Historians Guild brings together scholars and public historians, professional and amateur, concerned with the study and dissemination of regional history. Founded in November 1980, the Guild fosters teaching and appreciation of Northwest history and promotes communication among regional historians.
Conference registration is free, but registration is required. Lunch is available for pre-order through the BPT site for $20, or attendees can bring their own lunch.
The conference is the same weekend as Emerald City Comic Con, so please plan to use public transit if possible. All day paid parking is available in the library garage as space allows.
The conference on March 3, 2018 is free, but program attendees are encouraged to consider becoming members of the Pacific Northwest Historians Guild.
Seattle Central Library (View)
1000 Fourth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104
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