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Adam M. Sowards Aug 23
Two books on the and are reviewed . Worth reading (but I would have like to have had it reviewed by someone with deeper experience in those issues).
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Michaela Rife Oct 24
Does anyone know of good writing on using cow/bison skulls for interior decor in the US, particularly ? Thanks!
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NB Media & Communications 📚 Mar 7
What natural obstacles had to be overcome for the telegraph to expand westward? What was its role in the displacement of native tribes? WIRED INTO NATURE () author James Schwoch attends to these questions + more. He joins ⤵️
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Jordan Keagle 27 Nov 18
Western historians! My colleague Mette Flynt and I are looking for a participant (or two!) for our 2019 panel on cold environments in the West. DM or keagle@usc.edu for details. We have until Dec 5. Please RT! Description attached.
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Dr. Megan Kate Nelson 🍸 Jun 3
A great piece about the confluence of "history" and politics on the border: "What I saw was not quite hatred. It was something more hollow, circular, repetitive. Something more like a reënactment of hate."
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John R. Legg Nov 14
We are searching for a fourth on our panel on the memory of Native/settler violence in the . Please let me know if you’re interested.
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WHA Grad Caucus Jun 15
TODAY is the deadline for travel funding applications for graduate students to attend the annual Western History Association conference
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Western History Association 11 Jul 18
The Louise Pubols Public History Prize has been extended! Applications are due August 5, and the award recipient will be notified by September 15. For more info, see our page:
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NB American West 16 Oct 18
has a reputation as a vibrant, youthful city buoyed economically & culturally by . In CITY IN A GARDEN (), Andrew M. Busch argues that this identity came at a steep price. He makes his case to 👇
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Dec 14
Replying to @JessicaMDeWitt
That means that all of my comps write-ups, cover ~200 books and articles, are now available on my site here:
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NB Native American Studies 📚 26 Nov 18
With 9 different case studies, FORGING COMMUNITIES IN COLONIAL ALTA CALIFORNIA () offers insights that can be applied broadly across , deepening our understanding of colonialism & community. Learn more ⬇️
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt 2 Sep 18
Articles/Books on Indigenous reaction/interaction/involvement in the Sagebrush Rebellion?
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Western History Association Dec 2
✴️ Extended ALERT! ✴️ Submit your papers now to attend the Missouri Valley History Conference (March 12-14, 2020). This years theme is "Constitutionalism & the American Presidency," but papers on *ALL TOPICS* are accepted!
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Adam M. Sowards Jul 31
I wrote a story about Ralph Cameron as the man who wanted to claim the Grand Canyon. It includes some interesting , , and history. Take a look!
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Brian Leech Feb 14
Excited to be next week chatting in the (or is it which I keep trying to be a thing). Lots of 1970s, 80s in this presentation!
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Ryan Booth 19 Oct 18
Occasionally, I’m without words. Tonight was one of them. So glad and thankful to be a part of a collegial and supportive academic home like the . My hands go up to you, honored friends.
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Oct 26
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Dr. Megan Kate Nelson 🍸 Jun 10
and historians! The deadline for the WHA-Huntington Martin Ridge Fellowship is this week. If you have research to do at the Huntington, apply!
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GCSE Notes 4 Jun 18
Mormons! American West Edexcel History GCSE 🤗 possible the worst topic I think😂 anyway here’s some notes
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Ryan Booth May 23
A Wildcat () and a Cougar share space together . Both researching aspects of the and members of , which is where we met.
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