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46th Annual Montana History Conference

September 27 - September 29

| $165

The 2019 Montana History Conference will be held in Helena, where we will be Keeping up with the Past! Please join us for this exciting gathering of history enthusiasts. Sessions will cover a wide variety of topics ranging from prostitutes and cannibalism on the frontier to railroad tourism, historic photography, and the role of Cheyenne and Lakota women at the Little Bighorn. Famed western photographer Barbara Van Cleve will share her photographic journey, while Northern Arizona University professors Brant and Dayle Hardy Short will share their insight into retellings of 1949’s tragic Mann Gulch fire.

Educators can attend one hour and fifteen-minute sessions, an entire day, or all three days to earn renewal units.

How to Enroll: Visit the 2019 Montana History Conference website

Details

Start:
September 27
End:
September 29
Cost:
$165
Event Tags:
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Website:
https://mhs.mt.gov/education/ConferencesWorkshops

Organizer

Montana Historical Society
Phone:
406 444-4789
Email:
dmitchell@mt.gov
Website:
mhs.mt.gov

Other

Special Information
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Pre-registration closes Friday, September 20. Limited on-site registration will be available beginning Thursday, September 26, if space allows.
Cost details
The registration covers the Thrusday night reception, breakfast, lunch and dinner on Friday, and breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Single day registrations are also available.a
Event Format
In-Person
OPI Renewal Units Available
Yes
College Credit Available
No