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les pertaining to history. In other news: CCPH invites any announcements or articles relating to 성형외과 history from our members and mailing list to include in our updates. CCPH is also accepting submissions for our California History Action web page. Any Public History articles, book reviews, events and/or projects are welcomed as submissions to help us promote history. Email any of your submissions to email@example.com. Thank you for your continuous support!
From: California Office of Historic Preservation
NAGPRA Grants Awarded to California Tribes신논현성형외과
The National Park Service (NPS) recently awarded $1.6 million in grants to Indian tribes and museums to assist in consultation, documentation, and repatriation of Native American remains and cultural items.
Of the sixteen tribes and fifteen museums awarded grants nationwide, four California Indian tribes and one California museum are among the recipients:강남성형외과
Bridgeport Indian Colony, Bridgeport
Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians, Geyserville
Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians of California, Willits
Wiyot Tribe, Loleta
San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego
Our congratulations to all for receiving this important funding! Visit the NPS website to see the full list of recipients and learn more about NAGPRA and the grant program.
Protecting Heritage in the Face of Disaster
In light of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, we wanted to highlight some resources and information specific to the protection of historic, cultural, and archaeological resources in the face of disasters.
On our office website, the Disasters and 원진성형외과 Historic Resources webpage offers a broad scope of information and materials to help prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.
Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) website lists a number of valuable articles and publications to inform and guide those who are responsible for the protection of treasured resources. Included among the NCPTT offerings is the timely publication, Resilient Heritage: Protecting Your Historic Home from Natural Disasters.아이디병원
A series of articles from the National Trust for Historic Preservation provide another source of good information and advice for dealing with the impacts of disasters:
10 Tips for Bringing Historic Properties Back from a Flood
10 Tips for Preventing and Responding to Fire
10 Steps to Mitigate Natural Disaster Damage
These are just some of the many resources available to help ensure as safe and successful an outcome as possible when dealing with worst case
(Images: Hurricane Harvey, courtesy of ABC News)
News and Updates
US Army Corps of Engineers Seeks Public Input
Also per a recent Executive Order, federal agencies are tasked with reviewing their regulations. As part of their compliance with the order, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking comments on their existing regulations, which include Appendix C. The deadline for comments is September 18, 2017.
ACHP Guidance 원더풀성형외과 Regarding Non-Federally Recognized Tribes
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) recently published the Guide to Working with Non-Federally Recognized Tribes in the Section 106 Process. The guidance encourages federal agencies to include non-federally recognized tribes in Section 106 consultations when resources of significance to tribes may be affected by an undertaking.
Governor’s Awards Event Sponsors Welcome!링크
We once again welcome sponsors for the annual Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards ceremony and reception. The 2017 awards ceremony will take place in November. Donations from sponsors provide frames for the award certificates and refreshments at the award ceremony, and help cover other event costs. Plus, sponsors have the honor and satisfaction of supporting a program that celebrates the best in historic preservation and is California’s only state-run awards program! Visit our Sponsors webpage for details, and contact Deputy SHPO Jenan Saunders if interested in becoming a sponsor. Your support is very much appreciated!
NAPC Accepting Session Proposals
The National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC) is accepting session proposals for their annual conference. FORUM 2018 will be held in Des Moines, Iowa, and will focus on a variety of topics of value and importance to local historic preservation boards and commissions. The deadline for proposals is September 29, 2017.
Final Deadline Approaching for NTHP Grants
Grants from the National Trust Preservation Fun스킨부스터
s are in the final round for this current grant cycle. October 1, 2017 is the deadline to apply for a grant to support preservation projects at the local level. Visit the NTHP website for program and application details.
From: American Association for State and Local History
Upcoming Continuing Education Webinar: Interpreting Agriculture at Museums and Historic Sites September 26 Cost: $40 members/$65 nonmembers Workshop: Reinventing the Historic House Museum October 5 Kansas City, MO Cost: $30 Online Course: Project Management for History Professionals October 16-November 10 Cost: $350 members/$425 nonmembers Webinar: Best Practices for Developing History Internships October 24 Cost: $40 members/$65 nonmembers
2018 NCPH Awards Now Accepting Nominations
The National Council on Public History is now accepting nominations for their 2018 awards program. Over $7,000 is available to recognize excellence in the diverse ways public historians apply their skills to the world around us. Guidelines and current and past recipients can be found on the NCPH website.
Call for Book Proposals
In the wake of the horrific recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the ensuing move to remove monuments to white supremacy, the American Association for State and Local History Editorial Board is seeking book proposals for a work tentatively entitled Controversial Monuments and Memorials: A Guide from the American Association for State and Local History. Authors must be able to complete a 40-50,000 word manuscript between now and December 29, 2017. Proposals are due Monday, September 18, to Bob Beatty (firstname.lastname@example.org). Wreckage from the USS Indianapolis Found
Wreckage from the USS Indianapolis, sunk in 1945, was discovered on August 18 by the expedition crew of Paul G. Allen’s Research Vessel Petrel. The Indianapolis was found 5,500 meters below the surface, resting on the floor of the North Pacific Ocean. Read the full story.
From: California Historical Society
Encore Film Screening: She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry
Thursday, September 14, 2017, 6:00 PM Cost: FREE with registration California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More
She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry resurrects the buried history of the outrageous, often brilliant women who founded the modern women’s movement (1966–1971). The film takes us from the founding of NOW, with ladies in hats and gloves, to the emergence of more radical factions of women’s liberation; from intellectuals like Kate Millett to the street theatrics of WITCH (Women’s International Conspiracy from Hell!). It does not shy away from controversies over race, sexual preference and leadership that arose in the women’s movement, and brilliantly captures the spirit of the time—thrilling, scandalous, and often hilarious. Film is 90 minutes long.
Old U.S. Mint Tours
88 5th Street, San Francisco
Friday, September 15, 2017, 3:00 PM Explore one of the most historic buildings in San Francisco with an expert CHS docent. Purchase Tickets
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Here are some interesting history events happening soon in California as well as articles pertaining to history.
In other news:
CCPH invites any announcements or articles relating to history from our members and mailing list to include in our updates. CCPH is also accepting submissions for our California History Action web page. Any Public History articles, book reviews, events and/or projects are welcomed as submissions to help us promote history. Email any of your submissions to email@example.com.
Thank you for your continuous support!
National History Day – California
MEMBERS: HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN HISTORY. Please join CCPH and support this important program by volunteering your time to judge NHD-CA entries. Student entries you review could include websites, papers, exhibits, documentary films, and stage performances. This year’s theme “Taking a Stand in History” should produce many inspirational entries. If you are unable to judge, please share this information with others. Thank you!
JUDGES STILL NEEDED
We are still short judges for the following rounds:
Saturday Morning Session (7:30 AM – 12:30 PM) – Need 8 more
Saturday Afternoon Session (12:30 PM – 4:00 PM) – Need 10 more
Saturday Evening Session (6:15 PM – 9:00 PM) – Need 20 more
Sunday Morning Session (7:45 AM – 12:30 PM) – Need 15 more
If you know any people who may be able to help out – please encourage them to sign up at: http://www.nhdca.org/sign-up-to-judge
If you are already scheduled to judge and end up being available to help out for an additional round, please e-mail one of the below coordinators and/or stop by the check-in table at Bernardoni Hall to
see if you are needed.
Teachers who are interested can earn 1 unit of academic credit through Sonoma State University for judging at NHD-CA. To earn the credit you will need to judge for 3 sessions. The cost for the unit is $65. Contact Whitney Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Thanks again for helping out – We look forward to seeing you at NHD-CA!
Sacramento County Office of Education
Coordinator, Student Events/Competitions Coordinator, National History Day-California
Director, History Education Project
Director, NHD – Sonoma County
From: Sonoma County Library
From: San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum
Visit and Pet Farm Animals
Weekends through August
Micke Grove Park – Visit and pet a variety of live farm animals every weekend May 6 through August 27 at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum in Micke Grove Regional Park. The Critter Corral is free with regular Museum admission, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., except in case of significant rain or other unsafe conditions.
The 18-acre Historical Museum reveals the rich history of San Joaquin County in eight exhibition buildings, four historic buildings, the renovated Sunshine Trail (a living exhibition of native plants and habitats) and the new Delta Water path.
Recent additions at the Museum include an exciting 9,000-square foot exhibition on “Innovators in Agriculture” in the Cortopassi-Avansino Building. A special exhibition, “Washington Street: The Heart and Soul of Stockton Chinatown,” continues through May 28. It will be followed by a showing of the Smithsonian’s traveling exhibition, “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America,” from June 24 through August 6.
Regular Museum admission is $5 for adults (18-64), $4 for seniors (65+) and teens (13-17), and $2 for children (6-12). Admission is free for children 5 and under and for members of the San Joaquin County Historical Society. There is a parking fee for each vehicle entering Micke Grove Regional park, waived for members of the Historical Society. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday; closed Mondays and Tuesdays and selected holidays.
The San Joaquin County Historical Society operates the Historical Museum. The Society provides education programs for school groups such as “Valley Days” and “Pioneer School Day” (in the 1866 Calaveras School). The Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. For more information see www.SanJoaquinHistory.org.
From: Alliance for California Traditional Arts
New Funding Opportunities for 2018: ACTA’s Living Cultures Grants Program and Apprenticeship Program
LIVING CULTURES GRANTS PROGRAM Deadline to apply: JULY 17, 2017
Theultures Grants Program seeks to sustain and strengthen the folk and traditional arts in the state of California with grants of $5,000 to California-based nonprofits, as well as other organizations who work with fiscal sponsors.
To learn more about ACTA’s Living Cultures Grants Program, click here.
APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM Deadline to apply: JULY 17, 2017
The Apprenticeship Program encourages the continuity of California’s traditional arts and cultures by contracting master artists to offer intensive, one-on-one training to qualified apprentices. Each $3,000 contract will support a period of concentrated learning for apprentices demonstrate a committed engagement with and talent for a specific folk and traditional art form or practice.
To learn more about ACTA’s Apprenticeship Program, click here.
Join a webinar with ACTA staff to learn more about these programs. See more on our website.
Promise Zone Arts is Launched By Beto González
On March 28th ACTA and our partners LA Commons, the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles Promise Zone Office and Youth Policy Institute, kicked off the Promise Zone Arts project with an evening of food, performance, and community engagement.
The project is a two-year culturaing program that will celebrate the cultural treasures of the Los Angeles Promise Zone. Read on to learn about how you can get involved!
New Folk and Traditional Arts guidelines at CERF+
For over 30 years, CERF+ (the Craft Emergency Relief Fund) has provided emergency relief to artists working in craft disciplines who have experienced a career-threatening emergency. In an effort to assist more artists working in craft disciplines whose work is rooted in and reflective of the cultural life of their community, CERF+ has developed guidelines that specifically address the needs of folk and traditional artists.
To learn more about this important resource available to traditional artists, visit the new guidelines on the CERF+ website. MORE INFO
From: California Humanities
COMMUNITY EVENTS: JAPANESE AMERICANS ON THE PENINSULA: LEARNING FROM OUR PAST TO LOOK TO OUR FUTURE
PALOS VERDES & ROLLING HILLS– These hands-on events are part of a series hosted by the Palos Verdes Library District, and include Japanese bilingual storytime, arts and crafts, film screenings, and sumi-e painting workshops.
FILM SCREENING/BARNSTORMING and PANEL: GHOST TOWN TO HAVANA
SAN FRANCISCO, OAKLAND, RICHMOND- Barnstorm for Inner City Baseball with film screening of GHOST TOWN TO HAVANA, the San Francisco Junior Giants, and Positive Coaching Alliance! Join us for three free Bay Area community screenings.
GRANTSEEKER WORKSHOP in BAKERSFIELD
BAKERSFIELD– California Humanities will conduct a free information session about funding opportunities for humanities programming in Bakersfield on Thursday, May 4, from 11:00 am– 1:00 pm hosted by our long-time programming partner, Kern County Library.
ORAL HISTORY TALK AND SCREENING: THE WOMEN ON THE MOTHER ROADN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, ROUTE 66
BARSTOW– Project director Katrina Parks and historian Mark Ocegueda will present a slide lecture and several filmed and edited oral histories.
FILM SCREENING AND DISCUSSION: LET THE FIRE BURN
LA HABRA– Film screening and discussion of the film LET THE FIRE BURN as well as a discussion oace relations, inner city poverty, and how documentary film can expose stereotypes and help confront institutional racism.
BROADCAST: BREATHIN, THE EDDY ZHENG STORY
NATIONAL BROADCAST– Eddy Zheng came to America with his family when he was 12 years old. Then at the age of 16, he committed a horrible crime: home invasion and kidnapping. He was sent to San Quentin Maximum Security Prison, the youngest prisoner in the jail.
GRANTSEEKER WORKSHOP IN SANTA BARBARA
SANTA BARBARA– California Humanities will conduct a free information session about funding opportunities for humanities programming.
TRAVELING EXHIBIT: HISTORY IN MOTION
SANTA MARGARITA– Go back in time with tractors & old time marketing fairs.
California Council for the Promotion of History
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