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Washington Studies Conference
05 Nov 2010
06 Nov 2010
Sumner School, 1201 17th Street, NW
You are invited to join historians, preservationists, neighborhood researchers, students, collectors, and history buffs at the 37th Annual Washington Studies Conference.
Friday, November 5
Plenary Lecture: D.C.;s Built Environment
African American Activism in D.C.
History of D.C. Newspapers from 1800 to Today
Education, Social Services, and Reform
Teaching D.C.'s Civil War History to K-12 Students
The Plight of D.C. Records: An Update
Leticia Woods Brown Memorial Lecture: Washington's U Street by BLair Ruble
Saturday, November 6
The National Mall and Design of D.C.
Race, Identity, and Civil Rights in D.C., 1790-1900
Women and Social Organizations
Historical Perspectives on D.C.'s LGBT Religious and Spiritual Communities
Documentation: Prince George's County and Washington, D.C.
Registration and additional information available at http://www.historydc.org/wsc or (202) 383-1890.
50 Massachusetts Ave. NE
P.O. Box 1653 Washington, DC 20002