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Hello CCPHers, 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 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 ccph@csus.edu. 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. 자연주의성형외과 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. The National 스킨부스터 주름살제거 피부관리 피부관리 이벤트 이마주름 팔자주름 기미 잡티 물광피부 봄철 피부관리 여름철 피부관리 가을철 피부관리 겨울철 피부관리 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 나나성형외과 situations. (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 Fund스킨부스터 주름살제거 피부관리 피부관리 이벤트 이마주름 팔자주름 기미 잡티 물광피부 봄철 피부관리 여름철 피부관리 가을철 피부관리 겨울철 피부관리 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 Announcements 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 (beatty@aaslh.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 ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History주름살제거 피부관리 피부관리 이벤트 이마주름 팔자주름 기미 잡티 물광피부 봄철 피부관리 여름철 피부관리 가을철 피부관리 겨울철 피부관리 Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon in California as well as articles 눈성형 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: Contra Costa County Historical Society Saturday, September 16 In the Shadow of Diablo: Mystery of the Great Stone House History talk and book signing with Dan Hanel눈성형 효과 1:00pm – 3:00pm CoCo History Center 724 Escobar Street, Martinez The Contra Costa County Historical Society invites you to its next Author in the Archives Series on Saturday, September 16th. Author and educator Dan Hanel presents an illustrated talk about his book In The Shadow of Diablo: Mystery of the Great Stone House. Enjoy hearing Dan talk about his novel which alternates between a local teacher’s present day adventure and the historical accounts of the brutal murder of Dr. John Marsh, one of the most important figures in Contra Costa County and California history. Dan’s talk begins at 1:00 p.m. Book signing to follow immediately. For more information, visit www.cocohistory.com WHEN: September 16, 2017 Dan’s talk begins at 1:00pm WHERE: Contra Costa County History Center 724 Escobar Street, Martinez 눈성형 비용 DETAILS: Admission and parking are free. Refreshments will be served. RSVP is requested. Email: mkting@cocohistory.org or Call: (925) 229-1042 A $10 donation is suggested at the door. All proceeds benefit the preservation work of the CoCo County archives. About the Author Dan Hanel has been an educator for over 30 years – as an award winning science teacher receiving the Eukel Teacher Trust award for outstanding teachers of Contra Costa County and named the Distinguished High School Science Teacher for the State of California; as an award winning school administrator serving as a high school Assistant Principal, a Curriculum Coordinator for K-12 Math and Science, and as a Principal of Student Programs for the Contra Costa County Office of Education. He grew up in Richmond, CA and graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Biology. He received a Masters in Education from Cal State University, Hayward. Dan and his wife currently live in Brentwood, CA. For more information, visit www.danhanel.com From: California Historical Society 60th Anniversary of On the Road with Jack Kerouac Biographer Dennis McNally Tuesday, September 5, 2017, 5:30 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join us for a very special evening with Dennis McNally, curator of On the Road to the Summer of Love and the author of Desolate Angel: Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation, and America. McNally will talk about the book’s importance, Kerouac’s influence on the counterculture, and the Beat influence on San Francisco in the years leading up to the Summer of Love. As the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love heads toward an end, it is an evening you won’t want to miss. These Walls Speak Film Screening and Discussion Thursday, September 7, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join us for a special screening of the film These Walls Speak with one of the filmmakers, Carla Wojczuk. The film documents and contextualizes San Francisco’s community mural movement, early murals, and mural artists, incorporating old and new archival materials. From: California Association of Museums EMERGING LEADERS OF COLOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM APPLICATION DEADLINE – AUGUST 31 Western States Arts Federation is seeking applicants for their 2017 Emerging Leaders of Color Professional Development Program. The program promotes equity in the arts by building a cohort of cultural leaders of color in the western United States, strengthening competencies, and preparing participants for leadership positions in the field by providing networking opportunities and deepening their understanding of the arts in America. Two California participants will be selected. Learn more CONFERENCE: 2017 GRANTMAKERS IN THE ARTS OCTOBER 18-31 – EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS AUGUST 31 The Grantmakers in the Arts Conference provides a networking opportunity for arts grantmakers nationwide to share best practices, learn from each other, and stay up to date in the field. This year’s conference takes place Saturday, October 28, through Tuesday, October 31, in Detroit, MI. Early registration ends August 31. Attendance is open to foundations, public funding agencies, and corporate giving programs. Learn more 2017 AASLH ONLINE CONFERENCE: SEPTEMBER 7 – 8 Register to participate virtually in the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) Annual Meeting sessions September 7-8. Each session is broadcast live from the Annual Meeting, as a presentation reworked for a live audience. See slides, ask questions, and interact online with presenters and the virtual audience. Learn more WEBINAR: HOW TO MAKE EVERYONE AT YOUR NONPROFIT A FUNDRAISER – SEPTEMBER 12 How can you create a culture in which everyone shares responsibility for fundraising? Many factors contribute to a nonprofit’s desire to shift to a culture of philanthropy – perhaps the biggest driver is the fierce competition for charitable dollars. Learn more WEBINAR: GETTING STARTED WITH EMPLOYEE ONBOARDING – SEPTEMBER 14 The AAM Getting Started series presents basic and practical information on selected topics for museum colleagues who are new to their functional role, individuals entering the museum field from a different industry, or both. Join museum human resources professionals to discuss the basics of employee onboarding, including defining and crafting an onboarding process, developing activities to include at various points in your onboarding program, and creating a customized onboarding toolkit for your institution. Learn more FORUM: MEMBERSHIP/MARKETING PROFESSIONALS FORUM – SEPTEMBER 15 The Membership/Marketing Professionals Forum is a unique opportunity in Sacramento to exchange ideas and challenges with your peers. Though it is primarily for managers, directors, and VPs, the forum is open to all association staff who are interested in learning. The forum will focus on networking and be peer-facilitated in a relaxed and informal setting. Learn more 2017 WESTERN MUSEUMS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE: SEPTEMBER 20 –23 WMA’s theme this year, UNITE, focuses on the ways museums can unite across sectors, communities, and borders to work toward innovative and inclusive solutions to shared concerns. The international museum dialogue in Edmonton is certain to be groundbreaking, and the cross-pollination of ideas promises to contribute powerfully to positive change in the museum sector. Learn more WEBINAR: GETTING STARTED WITH CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS – SEPTEMBER 28 Learn how to form partnerships with businesses that align with your mission to attract revenue and raise awareness of your work. Nonprofits can form long-lasting ties with corporate partners by offering benefits such as volunteer opportunities for employees, positive news coverage, or access to supporters through social media or live events. Learn more CONFERENCE: NATIONAL GUILD FOR COMMUNITY ARTS EDUCATION – NOVEMBER 15 – 18 The National Guild conference is the annual gathering of the nonprofit arts education community, providing learning, networking, and tools to ensure all people have opportunities to maximize their creative potential. Featuring more than four dozen workshops, roundtables, plenary sessions, site visits, and social events – plus full-day preconference institutes –delegates will develop new skills, share effective practices, build relationships with colleagues, and return home inspired by new ideas about how to advance their organization and better serve their community. This year’s conference will focus on how arts education can serve as a source of hope, healing, and strength, in challenging times. All arts education stakeholders are encouraged to participate: leaders, funders, policy makers, academics, researchers, and allies, including those in non-arts sectors. Learn more ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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Bi-Weekly Update – Aug. 13 Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history 눈밑지방재배치 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: California Historical Society Murales en la Comunidad: Free Family Day Celebration Sunday, August 27, 2017, 12:00 PM LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes 501 North Main 눈밑지방재배치 효과 Street, Los Angeles Learn More Celebrate community murals with us! LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, in collaboration with City Terrace Park, invites you and your family to a free Family Day celebration. Be inspired by the mural Inner Resources (©1990), painted by muralist Paul Botello, and participate in hands-on art, culinary, and garden workshops! Family Day Workshops: Murales inspired by your Community – Learn about muralist Paul Botello, his mural “Inner Resources” ©1990, and the way he uses murals and art to give communities a voice. Create your own mural and tell us what message you have for your community! Plantas para la Comunidad – Grow your own garden! Visit the garden workshop for live plants to take home with you. Multi-Sensory Exploration with Herbs and Spices – Explore herbs & spices using the five senses. Prepare a tasty Mexican seasoning that you can take home to add to your favorite recipes! Exploring Red Power in the 1960s Wednesday, August 30, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More When we think about the 1960s in California, certain images come to mind of hippies with flowers in their hair, the Grateful Dead, anti-war protests, or 눈밑지방재배치 비용 racial justice organizations like the Black Panthers, Diggers, or Brown Berets. Coinciding with these historical events was the Indians of All Tribes takeover of Alcatraz Island in November of 1969. The Alcatraz occupation triggered a national movement as American Indian peoples united to fight for land reclamation, environmental protection, human rights, cultural preservation, and ultimately sovereignty under the banner of Red Power. This event attempts to bring together key veterans from the Alcatraz takeover and scholars to discuss the larger Red Power movement of the 1960s. Moderator: Professor Sherry L. Smith. Panelists: Professor Kent Blansett; Professor Edward D. Castillo; and Dr. LaNada War Jack. History Keepers: Eleven Stories That Moved Los Angeles August 4 – October 1, 2017 El Tranquilo Gallery & Information Center El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument 634 N Main Street, Los Angeles, California Entrance on Olvera Street, W-19 For more than two hundred years, Los Angeles has been molded and shaped by its people. This exhibition tells eleven compelling stories that are part of our city’s complex fabric. Some are stories of promise, others are of despair. In the retelling, these stories that have shaped our city move us emotionally in the present, helping us to understand how we got to where we are—and perhaps better see where we are going. History Keepers: Eleven Stories That Moved Los Angeles is an exhibition by the California Historical Society and LA as Subject, and is presented in partnership with El Pueblo Historical Monument and the El Pueblo Park Association. Learn More From: California Association of Museums Announcements INVITE CONGRESS TO VISIT YOUR MUSEUM WEEK August 12-19 is Invite Congress to Visit Your Museum Week 2017. State and district work periods are ideal times to connect with state, local and federal elected officials at your museum. AAM has made it easy to participate in this critical week with a step-by-step “How To” guide. Learn more SMITH LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM ON SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT REGISTRATION DISCOUNT The 2017 Smith Leadership Symposium will take place September 6 in Balboa Park, San Diego. A timely professional development opportunity, this year’s symposium focuses on how individuals can be advocates for themselves and for organizations as a whole through civil discourse and inclusive programming. What is your organization’s social responsibility to the arts, culture, and science community, as well as the community at large? How can organizations be more civically engaged? The symposium brings together local and national speakers for a full day of exploration into these important questions. Use code Affiliate_Org to receive $5 off registration. Learn more 2017 AASLH ONLINE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN Register to participate virtually in the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) Annual Meeting sessions September 7-8. Each session is broadcast live from the Annual Meeting as a presentation reworked for a live audience. See slides, ask questions, and interact online with presenters and the virtual audience. Learn more WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NEW I-9 FORM The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires employers to verify that all employees hired after November 6, 1986 are legally entitled to work in the United States. Within the past 8 months, two different versions of the I-9 have been issued, the most recent one in July 2017. Employers may use either version until September 17, 2017, whereafter only the most recent version will be permitted. Nonprofits with Directors and Officers insurance coverage including Employment Practices Liability coverage through the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance Group have access to free consultations with an Employment Risk Manager. To request one, call (831) 621-6130 or email eriskmanagement@insurancefornonprofits.org. Learn more IMLS ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR 2018 NATIONAL MEDAL The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is now accepting nominations for the 2018 National Medal, which recognizes outstanding libraries and museums that have made significant contributions to improve the wellbeing of their communities. Anyone can nominate an institution. To be considered, the institution must complete and return a nomination form by October 2, 2017. All types of nonprofit libraries and library organizations, associations and consortia are eligible, including academic, school, digital, tribal, and special libraries or archives. Public or private nonprofit museums of any discipline are eligible, including general, art, history, science and technology, children’s, and natural history and anthropology, historic houses and sites, arboretums, nature centers, aquariums, zoos, botanical gardens, and planetariums. For questions, email nationalmedals@imls.gov or call Mark Feitl, Program Specialist, (202) 653-4635 (museums) or Laura McKenzie, Administrative Specialist, (202) 653-4644 (libraries). Learn more NORTHERN CALIFORNIA NONPROFITS 2017 COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS SURVEY REPORT NOW AVAILABLE The 2017 Northern California Nonprofits survey report provides information about compensation, base pay, employee benefits, salary increases and personnel policies, as well as information about how peer organizations are dealing with current economic conditions. 600 nonprofits participated in the this year’s survey, reporting on over 33,000 employees. Learn more Professional Development Opportunities PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR This calendar is a listing of professional development opportunities for those in the museum field, hosted by either the American Alliance of Museums or other museum service organizations. Learn more WEBINAR: CALIFORNIA POLICY FORUM 2018 POLITICAL FORECAST – AUGUST 15 The California Policy Forum presents What Can We Expect and How Can We Prepare?, a political forecast webinar that considers where nonprofits and philanthropy should focus their attentions in 2018. What are some of the trends to pay attention to and how will community work be impacted? Learn more WEBINAR: UPGRADE YOUR PARTNERSHIPS: NONPROFIT COLLABORATION – AUGUST 22 Formalizing partnerships is key for successful collaboration. Funders love to see collaboration among nonprofits. grant writer Cheryl Kester will share tips for collaborating to fulfill your mission. Learn more WEBINAR: MAJOR GIFT MAGIC: DATA + DONORS = DOLLARS – AUGUST 24 Did you know that 80% of charitable giving in the U.S. comes from individuals? Individual giving can be a fundraising cornerstone, but it first requires a major gifts program framework to keep donors committed to your cause. Emma Kieran will lead a presentation on how to build a framework to help you define major gifts, find prospects, and build relationships that lead to big gifts. Learn more EMERGING LEADERS OF COLOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM APPLICATION DEADLINE – AUGUST 31 Western States Arts Federation is seeking applicants for their 2017 Emerging Leaders of Color Professional Development Program. The program promotes equity in the arts by building a cohort of cultural leaders of color in the western United States, strengthening competencies and preparing participants for leadership positions in the field by providing networking opportunities and deepening their understanding of the arts in America. Two California participants will be selected. Learn more WEBINAR: HOW TO MAKE EVERYONE AT YOUR NONPROFIT A FUNDRAISER – SEPTEMBER 12 How can you create a culture in which everyone shares responsibility for fundraising? Many factors contribute to a nonprofit’s desire to shift to a culture of philanthropy — perhaps the biggest driver is the fierce competition for charitable dollars. Learn more WEBINAR: GETTING STARTED WITH EMPLOYEE ONBOARDING – SEPTEMBER 14 The AAM Getting Started series presents basic and practical information on selected topics for museum colleagues new to their functional role and/or individuals entering the museum field from a different industry. Join museum human resources professionals to discuss the basics of employee onboarding, including defining and crafting an onboarding process, developing activities to include at various points in your onboarding program, and creating an onboarding toolkit to customize for your institution. Learn more ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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Hello CCPHers, 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 쌍꺼풀 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: California Humanities Latest News HFA Project Grant 쌍꺼풀 수술 Deadline is August 16, 2017 Applications for the second round of our new grants program, Humanities for All Project Grants, will be accepted through August 16. 2017 CA DOCUMENTARY PROJECT GUIDELINES NOW AVAILABLE California Humanities announces guidelines for the 2017 California Documentary Project Grants—deadline November 1. Celebrating 100yrs of an iconic Oakland Landmark To celebrate Swan’s Market’s Centennial Anniversary, we hosted two free public events in our Oakland office on July 22. PBS Announces Broadcast Premiere for “THE VIETNAM WAR” THE VIETNAM WAR, a landmark documentary event by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick Map of America through Literature The American Experience in 737 novels. Upcoming Events RACE & SPACE IN LOS ANGELES V: THE WOMEN OF THE LA REBELLION 08.04.2017 LOS ANGELES–For the latest installment of 쌍꺼풀 효과 Echo Park Film Center’s ongoing series dedicated to cinematic explorations of race and space in Los Angeles, the EPFC Filmmobile presents a program of short films by female filmmakers of the LA Rebellion including Ijeoma Iloputaife, Barbara McCullough, Alile Sharon Larkin and Stormé (Bright) Sweet. FREE! History Walk & Sound Bath 08.04.2017 LLANO–Please join us to walk under the waxing sturgeon moon, reflecting on the end of the Llano del Rio utopian socialist experiment in the Antelope Valley with Karyl Newman, arriving at the silo ruin for a tranquil쌍꺼풀 비용 sound bath to contemplate our next steps with local artists Jean Monte, Moriah Cain Gross and Kristen Cramer. Potluck Poetry Workshop #3 08.07.2017 MONTEREY PARK–Join us for the third in a series of workshops on poetry. The third workshop will celebrate poetry with a potluck and bilingual poetry reading performances. RACE & SPACE IN LOS ANGELES VI: 16MM FILMS FROM THE 1960s-1970s 08.10.2017 LOS ANGELES– A sequel to the sold out programs of the same name that took place in 2014 and 2016, the Echo Park Film Center Filmcicle will 쌍꺼풀 매몰법 project five short 16mm films about race and space in Los Angeles from the UCLA and USC film archives, this time focused on Asian Americans in the city. FREE! Humanities for All Project Grant Application Deadline 08.16.2017 STATEWIDE– Project Grants ($10,00 to $20,000) will be awarded twice a year for larger public humanities projects of up to two-years duration. Harlem of the West: Author Talk at San Francisco Public Library 08.19.2017 SAN FRANCISCO–The authors will discuss the creation of the Harlem of 쌍꺼풀 절개법 the West SF Project and the many ways co-author and project director Elizabeth Peppin Silva utilized numerous SF Public Library archives and resources in her research. National Broadcast Premiere: Tribal Justice on PBS 08.21.2017 NATIONWIDE– In TRIBAL JUSTICE, two Native American judges reach back to traditional concepts of justice in order to reduce incarceration rates, foster greater safety 세미아웃 for their communities and create a more positive future for youth. Panel Discussion: World War II Brings Social Change to Long Beach 08.26.2017 LONG BEACH– The population in Long Beach dramatically increased to support the World War II effort. Craig Hendricks, Kaye Briegel, and Jack Humphrey will discuss how this impacted everyday life. Exhibit Closing: War Comes Home: The Legacy 08.27.2017 UPLAND– The War Comes Home Exhibit offers a cell phone audio tour of powerful letters read in English and Spanish that explore feelings of grief, joy, doubt, and love, bringing the real experiences of war home to all of us. These intimate perspectives – from the Civil War era through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq – reveal how war can shape a life, a family, and a community. Performance of a 세미아웃 쌍꺼풀 Staged Reading: Found Suitable 08.28.2017 LOS ANGELES–Found Suitable, Conceived and Produced by Susan Franklin Tanner and Directed by James Macdonald, is a staged reading based upon the writing and stories of and performed by four residents of The Francisco Homes transitional housing for Lifers—men on parole from life sentences. From: California Historical Society Other Avenues Are Possible: The Legacy of the Peoples Food System of the San Francisco Bay Area Thursday, August 3, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Shanta Nimbark Sacharoff will discuss her new book, Other Avenues Are 세미아웃 연예인 Possible: The Legacy of the People’s Food System of the San Francisco Bay Area, which offers a vivid account of the dramatic rise and fall of the San Francisco People’s Food System of the 1970s. Gustavo Arrellano leads a panel discussion for ¡Murales Rebeldes!: L.A. Chicana/Chicano Murals Under Siege Sunday, August 20, 2017, 4:00 PM Vroman’s Bookstore 695 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91101 Learn More The Chicano Civil Rights Movement (El Movimiento) of the 1960s and 1970s protested the social, political, and educational inequalities in Mexican American 쌍수 절개 communities across the country, primarily in the Southwest. Chicana/Chicano muralists also took to the streets – with their art – creating works that expressed cultural pride, embodied political activism, and challenged the status quo. On walls of city buildings, housing projects, schools, and other community structures, they painted their interpretations of Chicana/o heritage and identity. In Los Angeles and its environs, Chicana/o murals reinvigorated and transformed communities, expanding into 쌍꺼풀 절개 new genres and locations. Murales Rebeldes!: L.A. Chicana/Chicano Murals under Siege is a co-publication of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes and the California Historical Society. (Angel City Press) Panelists: ¡Murales Rebeldes! contributors, Erin M Curtis & Jessica Hough, along with Muralists Barbara Carrasco & David Botello. From: California Association of Museums Announcements INVITE CONGRESS TO VISIT YOUR MUSEUM August 12-19 is Invite Congress to Visit Your Museum Week 2017. State and district work periods are ideal times to connect with state, local and federal elected officials at your museum. AAM has made it easy to participate in this critical week with 눈매교정 a step-by-step “How To” guide. 2017 AASLH ONLINE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION IS OPEN Register to participate virtually in the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) Annual Meeting sessions September 7-8. Each session is broadcast live from the Annual Meeting as a presentation reworked for a live audience. See slides, ask questions, and interact online with presenters and the virtual audience. STEM LEARNING THROUGH MAKING INSPIRES UNDERSERVED YOUTH Maker/STEM Education Support for 21st Century Community Learning Centers is an exemplary collaborative between national and local partners. The IMLS and the U.S. Department of Education (ED) entered into an interagency agreement to bring together science centers, children’s museums, and afterschool providers to leverage each other’s complementary strengths and collaborate as co-facilitators of learning to benefit their communities. This approach has elements of 눈매교정 효과 collective impact—local organizations bringing together their assets to achieve a common goal with shared measures of success. Professional Development Opportunities PRESENTATION: SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGIES NONPROFITS CAN LEARN FROM CORPORATIONS – AUGUST 3 Time, money, and headcount are the three most common challenges for nonprofits in creating top notch social media presence. Join Aidan Lukomnik and Sahana Jayaraman, for an in-person discussion on strategies that nonprofits can use to create their own successful social media programs. This presentation takes place in San Francisco. WEBINAR: INTERPRETING ANNIVERSARIES AND MILESTONES AT MUSEUMS AND HISTORIC SITES – AUGUST 8 This webinar will provide a wealth of ideas to jump start your anniversary planning. Learn from what others have already accomplished in their own communities. This webinar will discuss why people are drawn to celebrating and commemorating anniversaries in their own lives and in their communities, as well as the institutional benefits of planning this type of programming. WEBINAR: CONTINGENCY PLANNING FOR LIVING COLLECTIONS IN THE EXOTIC ANIMAL INDUSTRY – AUGUST 9 In this webinar, 눈매교정 비용 Dr. Yvonne Nadler, and Ashley Zielinski of the Zoo and Aquarium All Hazards Preparedness Response and Recovery Fusion Center (ZAHP Fusion Center) will discuss the evolution of contingency planning for living collections in the exotic animal industry. This process, equally applicable to other collections, is based upon proven Federal Emergency Management Agency recommendations for the planning process. WEBINAR: UPGRADE YOUR PARTNERSHIPS: NONPROFIT COLLABORATION – AUGUST 22 Formalizing partnerships is key for successful collaboration. Funders love to see collaboration among nonprofits. grant writer Cheryl Kester will share tips for collaborating to fulfill your mission. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - July 16

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting 트임수술 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: San 트임성형 Francisco Museum and Historical Society TOUR Haight-Ashbury and the Summer of Love July 22 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm; $15 SFMHS/CITY GUIDES TOUR Explore San Francisco’s first “suburb,” which evolved from a Victorian playground to a post-1906 earthquake and fire refugee camp, and ultimately became the home of the hippies, Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead, Hell’s Angels, and Charles Manson. The tour is somewhat strenuous, as we walk into hilly Buena Vista Park. Guide: Michael Meadows SFMHS is pleased to present this walk in association with City Guides. Reservations are required, and the cost is $15 per person. Click here to buy ticket. Make your reservations by calling (415) 537-1105, ext. 0, or sending an email to rsvp@sfhistory.org. When you register, we will give you the meeting place. BARBARY COAST TRAIL WALK North Beach, Washington Square, and Telegraph Hill July 29 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Part III “Hipsters, 트임수술 효과 Paesani, and Semaphore Hill” Explore the artistic and cultural traditions of North Beach, from Italian immigrants to free-spirited Beats. Visit Washington Square in the heart of North Beach and Coit Tower, where historic Depression-era murals picture San Francisco’s tumultuous past. The four-part Barbary Coast Trail Walks are led by SFMHS volunteers. These tours are free for SFMHS members and $15 for non-members. Reservations and pre-payment are required. Call (415) 537-1105, ext. 0, or email rsvp@sfhistory.org at least 48 hours 트임수술 비용 before the tour, and we will give you the meeting place. You need not take the tours in order. BARBARY COAST TRAIL WALK Northern Waterfront, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Aquatic Park August 5 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Part IV “Stevedores, Feluccas, and Windjammers” Explore San Francisco’s past as a port city and cover the waterfront from the days of sail to the era of the longshoreman. Follow the Great Seawall, San Francisco’s largest public works project, to Fisherman’s Wharf, past two WWII vessels and the Hyde Street Pier, boasting the largest collection of historic ships in the United States. The tour ends at the Streamline Moderne Aquatic Park bathhouse, home to the San Francisco Maritime Museum. The four-part Barbary Coast Trail Walks are led by SFMHS volunteers. These tours are free for SFMHS members and $15 for non-members. Reservations and pre-payment are required. Call (415) 537-1105, ext. 0, or email rsvp@sfhistory.org at least 48 hours before the tour, and we will give you the meeting place. You need not take the tours in order. Find out more at http://sfhistory.org/ From: Sacramento 트임성형 효과 County Historical Society September Event History of the American River Parkway When: Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 7pm Where: Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society Building 5380 Elvas Ave, Sacramento, CA To learn more, click here. From: American Association for State and Local History Upcoming Continuing Education Instagram for Museums and Historic Sites July 25 Webinar Cost: $40 AASLH 트임성형 비용 Members/ $65 Nonmembers History Crash Course: Immigration in a Changing America August 2 Webinar Cost: FREE for everyone Interpreting Anniversaries and Milestones at Museums and Historic Sites August 8 Webinar Cost: $40 AASLH Members/ $65 Nonmembers AASLH 2017 Early Bird Deadline July 21 Will we see you in Austin this September? Our annual meeting, September 6-9, will be packed with informative sessions, inspiring speakers, hands-on labs and workshops, and boundless opportunities to meet others working to shape the history field today. Register by July 21 for the best price. 앞트임 Read more. Crowdsourcing Biographies of Women Suffragists Since March 2015, the online journal and database Women and Social Movements in the United States has been creating an Online Biographical Dictionary of the Woman Suffrage movement, and they’re asking for our help. Organizers seek volunteers to research and write biographical sketches for 2,800+ suffragists between now and the centennial of the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment in August 2020. Contributors will receive author credit as the work is published online. Read more here. AASLH Launches Master Local Historians Program We are proud to announce our newest program to support local and state historians, thanks to a grant from Humanities Tennessee. The Master Local Historians project is a training program that highlights the relevance of historical inquiry for the general public and provides people with an opportunity to hone their historical research, writing, and interpretation skills. By the end of the course, they will have a greater appreciation for the work of public history and be better able to assist history organizations in a variety of ways. Read more on our blog. New Digital Project on Lynching Created by the EJI and Google With support from Google, the Equal Justice Initiative has created an interactive online experience inspired by the EJI’s report Lynching in America: Confronting the Legacy of Racial Terror, the “most comprehensive work done on lynching to date.” The site features the full report, oral histories, a film, interactive maps, and other resources for educators and interpreters. Explore the site. 밑트임 효과 From: California Association of Museums PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR This calendar is a listing of professional development opportunities for those in the museum field, hosted by either the American Alliance of Museums or other museum service organizations. Learn more 앞트임 효과 WEBINAR: DIRECT-RESPONSE APPEALS THAT WORK – JULY 20 The Chronicle of Philanthropy is hosting a webinar to share real-world examples of successful fundraising campaigns, which will include integrating print and digital efforts, samples of traditional and email direct-response appeals, and a schedule for working with direct-mail companies. Learn more WEBINAR: INTERPRETING ANNIVERSARIES AND MILESTONES AT MUSEUMS AND HISTORIC SITES – AUGUST 8 This webinar will provide a wealth of ideas to jump start your anniversary planning. Learn from what others have already accomplished in their own communities. 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Bi-Weekly Update - July 2

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon in 상안검 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: California 하안검 Humanities Attention Grantseekers: Upcoming HFA Project Grant Deadline Applications for the second round of our new grants program, Humanities for All Project Grants, will be accepted through August 16. Library Innovation Lab Projects to Launch this Summer! With support from California Humanities staff, a group of ten librarians from across the state are conducting상안검수술 research to uncover the needs and concerns of recent immigrants in their communities. Help us celebrate an iconic Oakland landmark! To celebrate Swan’s Market’s Centennial Anniversary, California Humanities will host two free pubic events in our Oakland office on July 22. Meet our new director of development We’re excited to 하안검수술 welcome Sheri Kuehl to California Humanities. WHAT WILL YOU BE READING OVER the summer? California Humanities staff share their summer reading selections. Upcoming Events Screening and Panel Discussion: Life After Life 07.11.2017 OAKLAND– LIFE AFTER LIFE was filmed over 8 years and is told through the lens of three men and their families as they share their path to prison and their challenging journey home. We hope you can join us for the film and a panel discussion and Q&A with the filmmaker and local community leaders. Swan’s Market 100th Anniversary Panel Discussion: What Makes A Neighborhood? 07.22.2017 OAKLAND– This conversation features Mayor Libby Schaaf of the City of Oakland, Kimberly Mayfield, Associate Professor and Chair of Education at Holy Names College, Gayle (Asali) Dickson©, artist and member of the Black Panther Party from 1970-1976. Moderated by Jeremy Liu, Senior Fellow for Arts Culture and Equitable Development at 상안검 효과 PolicyLink. SWAN’S MARKET 100th Anniversary Event: Writing Workshop—Where I Come From 07.22.2017 OAKLAND– Have you ever wanted to record a meaningful memory on paper? Here’s your chance to learn how to craft your own flash memoir! Bay Area-based writer, editor, and experienced writing coach, Frances Lefkowitz, will lead a 2 hour workshop in our office. Film Screening and Discussion: Born in East LA 07.30.2017 LA HABRA– Professor Glen Mimura will facilitate a discussion of the eccentric immigration satire Born in East L.A. (Cheech Marin, 1987), leading with brief comments on the film’s historical context and its uncanny resonances with our current cultural-political climate. From: California Association of Museums Announcements IRVINE FOUNDATION APPROVES $21.36 MILLION IN GRANTS Last week, the James Irvine Foundation Board of Directors approved 29 grants totaling $21.36 million. 하안검 효과 The grants will support a range of organizations expanding opportunities for the people of California. Learn more REPORT: NONPROFIT LEADERS OF COLOR FACE STRUCTURAL BIAS According to a new report from the Building Movement Project and the Annie E. Casey Foundation, nonprofit sector organizations and their boards must go beyond current recruitment, training, and retention strategies. Nonprofits must continue to work to dismantle systemic bias to address the racial leadership gap. Learn more OVER 115 CALIFORNIA MUSEUMS OFFER FREE ADMISSION TO MILITARY FAMILIES THIS SUMMER Each summer since 2010, Blue Star Museums have offered free admission to the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Museums interested in participating in Blue Star Museums in summer 2017 should email bluestarmuseums@arts.gov. Learn more ACCREDITATION COMMISSION NOMINATIONS – DEADLINE JULY 14 Are you a museum professional with current or past experience with history organizations? Have you thought of becoming an Accreditation 안검하수 Commissioner for the American Alliance of Museums or know someone you think should consider it? Now is the time to take the leap—the nomination period is open until July 14. Learn more Professional Development Opportunities PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR This calendar is a listing of professional development opportunities for those in the museum field, hosted by either the American Alliance of Museums or other museum service organizations. Learn more WEBINAR: DIRECT-RESPONSE APPEALS THAT WORK – JULY 20 The Chronicle of Philanthropy is hosting a webinar to share real-world examples of successful fundraising campaigns, which will include integrating print and digital efforts, samples of traditional and email direct-response appeals, and a schedule for working with direct-mail companies. Learn more AAM SESSION AUDIO RECORDINGS NOW AVAILABLE Audio recordings from the American Alliance of Museums’ annual meeting in St. Louis are now available. A package with all session recordings 눈썹거상 can be purchased for $249. Learn more WEBINAR: CONSEQUENCES OF REPEALING THE JOHNSON AMENDMENT – JULY 12 For the benefit of nonprofit staff and board members, CalNonprofits and the California Council of Churches will examine the implications of the potential repeal of the Johnson Amendment. The specifics of the amendment and its current status will be presented by a representative from the National Council of Nonprofits. Learn more WEBINAR: ASSESSING YOUR ORGANIZATION’S DATA MATURITY – JULY 13 The Foundation Center is hosting a webinar to help nonprofit leaders understand their relative position on the continuum of data maturity and to determine the appropriate tools and tactics to move forward on the spectrum. Learn more From: Contra Costa County Historical Society Saturday, July 15, 2017 Ice Cream Social and Open House 11:00am – 3:00pm Contra Costa County History Center 724 Escobar St., Martinez The Contra Costa County Historical Society is hosting an Ice Cream Social and Open House to celebrate 눈썹거상 효과 National Ice Cream Day and summertime in CoCo County. What better way to celebrate summertime in Contra Costa County than with a summertime favorite such as Ice Cream. From Richmond to the West, to Brentwood & Oakley to the East, to San Ramon in the South, the big, beautiful County we reside in is a great place to enjoy summertime activities. Haven’t seen the new exhibit “Justice and Judges” or taken a tour of the County archives? Take advantage of this special opportunity to see how CCCHS preserves delicate records and special collections. Let’s celebrate our County history together over a scoop! WHEN: Saturday, July 15, 2017 WHERE: Contra Costa County History Center — 724 Escobar Street, Martinez DETAILS: RSVP is not required. Parking is free on Saturdays. $5 suggested donation at the door. For more information, visit www.cocohistory.com ABOUT THE EVENT – National Ice Cream Day In 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. He recognized ice cream as a fun and nutritious food that is enjoyed by over 90 percent of the nation’s population. The History of Ice Cream in America The first official account of ice cream in the New World comes from a letter written in 1744 by a guest of Maryland Governor William Bladen. The first advertisement for ice cream in this country appeared in the New York Gazette on May 12, 1777, when confectioner Philip Lenzi announced that ice cream was available “almost every day.” Records kept by a Chatham Street, New York, merchant show that President George Washington spent approximately $200 for ice cream during the summer of 1790. Inventory records of Mount Vernon taken after Washington’s death revealed “two pewter ice cream pots.” President Thomas Jefferson was said to have a favorite 18-step recipe for an ice cream delicacy that resembled a modern-day Baked Alaska. In 1813, Dolley Madison served a magnificent strawberry ice cream creation at President Madison’s second inaugural banquet at the White House. Until 1800, ice cream remained a rare and exotic dessert enjoyed mostly by the elite. Around 1800, insulated ice houses were invented. Manufacturing ice cream soon became an industry in America, pioneered in 1851 by a Baltimore milk dealer named Jacob Fussell. Like other American industries, ice cream production increased because of technological innovations, including steam power, mechanical refrigeration, the homogenizer, electric power and motors, packing machines, and new freezing processes and equipment. In addition, motorized delivery vehicles dramatically changed the industry. Due to ongoing technological advances, today’s total frozen dairy annual production in the United States is more than 1.6 billion gallons. * History of Ice Cream in America Source: Int’l Dairy Foods Assn. From: California Historical Society Marin County Fair June 30 – July 4, 2017 10 Avenue of the Flags San Rafael, CA 94903 Learn More The Marin County Fair: Let the Funshine In celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love emphasizing Marin’s dedication to its community values of Family, Art, Agriculture and the Environment. This year, to celebrate the Summer of Love, the Fair will feature events such as tie-dye and macramé competitions, zen gardens, pop and abstract art competitions, Flower Power horticulture, a daily 60s fashion parade and more. Also on view is a special exhibition, created in partnership with the California Historical Society, showcasing photographs and objects from that historic Fantasy Fair and Magic Music Festival. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - June 18

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon in California as well as articles pertaining to history. I코성형 n 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: California Association of Museums Announcements REPORT: ASPIRING NONPROFIT LEADERS OF COLOR FACE STRUCTURAL BIAS According to a new report from the Building Movement Project and the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the 코성형 효과 nonprofit sector, organizations and their boards must go beyond recruitment, training, and retention and work to dismantle systemic bias to address the racial leadership gap. OVER 115 CALIFORNIA MUSEUMS OFFER FREE ADMISSION TO MILITARY FAMILIES THIS SUMMER Each summer since 2010, Blue Star Museums have offered free admission to the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Museums interested in participating in Blue Star Museums in summer 2017 should email 코성형 비용bluestarmuseums@arts.gov. REPORT: IMPROVING ACCESS TO ARTS EDUCATION IN RURAL AREAS The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) received funding from the National Endowment for the Arts to launch the pilot initiative, Leveraging Change: Improving Access to Arts Education in Rural Areas. A new working paper is a summary of the research results and insights gleaned from this pilot initiative. AASLH TO REVIEW AND UPDATE StEPS PROGRAM Seven years ago, the American Association for State and Local History introduced the Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations (StEPs). AASLH is now embarking on a project to review and update the program. IMPACT OF PROPOSED TAX CHANGES ON CHARITABLE DONATIONS The Independent Sector recently released new research indicating that tax reform proposals under discussion in Congress could reduce charitable giving by $13 billion annually. Meanwhile, making the charitable deduction available to all taxpayers could result in a $4.8 billion increase in annual charitable donations. ALLIANCE MUSEUM ASSESSMENT PROGRAM—DEADLINE JULY 1 Since its inception in 1981, the Museum Assessment Program (MAP) has helped over 4,600 small and mid-sized museums of all types strengthen operations, plan for the future and meet standards. ACCREDITATION COMMISSION NOMINATIONS – DEADLINE JULY 14 Are you a museum professional with current or past experience with history organizations? Would you be a good Accreditation Commissioner for the American Alliance of Museums? The nomination period is open till July 14. Museums in the News Los Angeles Museum Starts a Kickstarter Campaign for a Traveling Egg-Shaped Gallery By Sophie Haigney, The New York Times, June 9, 2017 Railroad Museum Now a Smithsonian Affiliate By Traci Rockefeller Cusack, The Sacramento Press, June 7, 2017 Crocker Art Museum receives highest national recognition By Village Life, June 7, 2017 Oakland zoo unveils $13 million restaurant and gondolas By Justin Phillips, SF Gate, June 6, 2017 Collector charged in theft of Star Wars items from private Northern California museum By Kristin J. Bender, Associated Press, The Mercury News, June 6, 2017 Dr. Seuss Museum Opens Its Doors, With Books and Art Filling 2 Floors By Mark Pratt, NBC Los Angeles, June 5, 2017 From: San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum Smithsonian Exhibit “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America” at Museum in Micke Grove Park Micke Grove Regional Park – The Smithsonian Institution’s special exhibition, “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America,” will be at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum from June 28 to August 6, 2017. The museum in Micke Grove Park is one of only five California museums to host the exhibition, which vividly portrays the drama that unfolds on the neighborhood fields and courts where Americans unite through sports. “Hometown Teams” reflects the triumphs and trials of the American experience through video, graphics, text, artifacts, and hands-on, touchable components. The exhibition highlights how sports have helped form America’s multicultural character. “The exhibition shows us that hometown sports are more than just games—they shape our lives and unite us,” said David Stuart, director of the San Joaquin County Historical Museum. “Sports teach us discipline and teamwork, give us enjoyment and fulfillment. Even if we’re not playing, we’re watching sports and supporting those who are playing.” 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 Smithsonian exhibition is complemented by many regional sports stories, photos, and artifacts displayed at the County Historical Museum. Other museums in San Joaquin County also share the history of local sports; pick up a “Scorecard” and visit them for a special prize. Museums partnering in the “Hometown Teams” effort include: the Tracy Historical Museum, the Manteca Historical Museum, the Clarence Smit Historical Museum in Ripon, the Escalon Historical Museum, and the Lockeford Historical Museum. “We hope people will use this incentive to visit all the museums in the county,” said Stuart. “The folks at these museums add so much richness and flavor to our shared, regional history—go talk with them.” The other special exhibition at the museum in Micke Grove Park, “Washington Street: Heart and Soul of Stockton Chinatown,” continues through August 13. The nonprofit San Joaquin County Historical Society maintains and operates the 18-acre Historical Museum in Micke Grove Regional Park. 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. “Hometown Teams” is part of Museum on Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and State Humanities Councils nationwide. Support for Museum on Main Street is provided by the United States Congress. The nonprofit Exhibit Envoy travels the exhibition in California; it provides rental exhibitions and professional services to California museums. For more information, see www.exhibitenvoy.org. San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum 11793 North Micke Grove Road, Lodi, CA 95240 From: California Historical Society Lunch Time Chat with Author and Music Journalist Harvey Kubernik Tuesday, June 20, 2017, 11:30 AM California Historical Society San Francisco Learn More Join us for a special book signing and short lecture with Harvey Kubernik, music journalist and author of the new book 1967. This event is a part of several free lunch time programs in June and July. Perspectives on Japanese American Incarceration Thursday, June 29, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Fred Korematsu was a 23-year-old welder living in Oakland when the U.S. government forced Japanese Americans from their homes into desolate camps. Korematsu defied the order, and his legal challenge resulted in an infamous Supreme Court decision. Laura Atkins and Stan Yogi, co-authors of Fred Korematsu Speaks Up, a new biography for young readers, will discuss the civil rights hero’s life, its relevance today, and their work to share his story with students. They will be joined by Freda Lin, Education Program Director of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute, who will explain the Institute’s efforts to connect Korematsu’s story with current discrimination against Muslims. San Francisco native George Omi was 11 years old when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. In his award-winning memoir “American Yellow,” he recounts how his immigrant parents built a successful dry-cleaning business, only to lose it when they are ordered to leave San Francisco and eventually imprisoned in Rohwer, Arkansas. Omi will read from his book and provide a first-hand account of the dark days after Pearl Harbor. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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Hello CCPHers, Here are some 가슴성형 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: Spartan Salute – May 2017 Bulletin Military, Military Historical and Veterans Events in the San Francisco Bay Area Saturday, May 20th 7:00 am to 11:00 am Pancakes For Patriots San Mateo County’s First Responders Lions Club Hillsborough Town Hall, 1600 Floribunda Avenue, Hillsborough Proceeds will support postage for packages campaign sending shipments to the 101st Airborne 가슴성형 비용 Division in Afghanistan. $10 per person, Under 5 years old free For information contact LeAnn Thornton, Hillsborough Adopt-A-Unit lthornton@hillsborough.net or (650) 375-7470 Saturday, May 20th 11:00 am (Boarding) 12:00 Departure 4:00 Return S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien Liberty Ship Veterans Memorial Cruise For information go to www.ssjeremiahobrien.org or (415) 544-0100 Upcoming events: July 4 Dockside Fireworks Viewing; July 29 Fortress S.F. Cruise; Sept. 9 S.F. Bay Wine Cruise; Oct. 7,8 S.F. Fleet Week Cruises Saturday, May 20th 2:00 pm Lecture: Sal Compagno “Why World War One Changed America” $5 Admission Richmond Museum of History 400 Nevin Ave Richmond, CA 94802 Exhibit How World War One Changed Richmond open until June 30th Wednesday, May 24th 6:00 pm Lecture: Retired British Army Brigadier Rod (Roderick) Macdonald “The Falklands: 35 Years On” The Falklands War from April 2 to June 14, 1982 was the largest air sea battle since World War II. British forces launched the longest amphibious operation in history sailing 8,000 miles to retake the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic invaded and occupied illegally by over 10,000 Argentine soldiers and marines. Retired British Army Brigadier (General) Rod (Roderick) Macdonald will give a personal overview of the campaign. He was part of the four man group that planned the land campaign on HMS Fearless and, as an Army Commando, he commanded 59 Independent Commando Squadron Royal Engineers part of 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines who were the primary British assault force. The naval, land and air campaign involved battling South Atlantic gales in an antarctic winter along with land fighting over inhospitable and mountainous terrain. In a matter of weeks, 1,000 men died, 2,000 were wounded, 23 ships were hit and seven sunk along with 91 fixed wing aircraft and 23 helicopters destroyed before the Islands were eventually liberated. The Argentine military Junta/Government, that had murdered somewhere between 10,000 to 30,000 of its own citizens, fell. Marines’ Memorial Club and Hotel 609 Sutter Street San Francisco For more information contact: Membership & Development Department
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Email: rsvp@Marineclub.com Saturday, June 3, 2017 (Reservations Taken Until May 20th) 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Midway Dinner Cocktails begin at 5:30 pm; Dinner 6:30 pm Guest Speaker: Admiral Scott H. Swift, Commander US Pacific Fleet. Marines’ Memorial Club and Hotel 609 Sutter Street. San Francisco A formal but lighthearted naval dining out, where protocol is to be followed and fines are levied for the occasional accidental or intentional breaches. Rules of the mess will be sent prior to the event, and they will be posted in the welcoming area. Until the past year, the event was a living history event where surviving Veterans of the engagement were our guests of honor. Members of our mess have included Douglas Dauntless pilots and radiomen/gunners, codebreakers, crewmembers from the patrol aircraft that spotted the advancing Japanese fleet, and the helmsman/lee-helmsman from the carrier YORKTOWN while under attack. Our last Vet passed away this year, just short of the 75th anniversary, and we’ll be honoring him and all our fallen mess members this year. This will be our committee’s twentieth and final presentation as a Marines’ Memorial Club dining out. In the future, the celebration will be hosted by 가슴성형 효과 the Naval Order San Francisco Commanderie as an informal luncheon. For more information, please contact the Membership & Development Department
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Email: rsvp@Marineclub.com Saturday June 3, 2017 2:00pm Lecture Susan Anderson, Curator & Founder of Memory House, “World War I, Resistance and the New Negro in California” $20 for Lecture & Reception. Richmond Museum of History – 400 Nevin Ave Richmond, CA 94802 From: San Joaquin County Historical Museum Special Exhibition on Stockton Chinatown Extended by Popular Demand Micke Grove Regional Park – “Washington Street: The Heart and Soul of Stockton Chinatown,” a special exhibition at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum, has proven so popular that it has been extended through August 13. The exhibition is a collaborative effort between the museum and the Chinese Benevolent Association of Stockton; it opened at the museum in late January. “Washington Street” chronicles Sam Fow (Cantonese for “third city” or Stockton) from the early 1900s through redevelopment in the 1970s. Memories and artifacts from the bygone era are shared, thanks to the efforts of Julie Blood, the museum’s Collections and Exhibit Manager, and many community members. The museum is located within Micke Grove Park at 11793 N. Micke Grove Road, Lodi, CA 95240. 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 nonprofit San Joaquin County Historical Society maintains and operates the 18-acre 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. San Joaquin County Historical Museum 11793 North Micke Grove Road Lodi, California 95240 Phone: (209) 331-2055 From: California Association of Museums ONLY 2 WEEKS LEFT TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL Help California museums stay relevant and inventive by submitting a proposal for CAM 2018 by Friday, May 26th. We have a diversity of formats this year to offer a myriad of experiences–from hands on activities and workshops, to roundtable discussions and sessions. There is something for everyone! PROGRAM FORMATS Trends make great session proposal topics. Bring together a diverse group of museum professionals to share how a hot button issue impacts your museums. Roundtable discussions and dialogue dinners provide the opportunity to dig deeper into topics that are relevant to niche audiences. Successful topics last year included working with volunteers, teens, and legacy loans. Is there a resource you want to share with other museum professionals? Consider submitting a proposal for a pre-conference workshop. Evaluation planning, public speaking, and working with the media are all potential ideas. Some learning experiences are best facilitated through hands-on activities. Submit a creative station proposal to demonstrate how interactivity can help convey a mission or theme in a more tangible way. HOPE TO SEE YOU IN PALM SPRINGS Program contributors receive generous registration discounts. Submit a proposal, get “in on the action”, and join us in Palm Springs Feb 5-7, 2018. Learn more, get help, and submit your proposal today. From: Sonoma County Library Sonoma County Library Announces an Employment Opportunity LIBRARY ASSOCIATE – HISTORY AND GENEALOGY LIBRARY SANTA ROSA LIBRARY Learn more here From: California Historical Society Psychedelic Soul is a three part event produced by CHS and Museum of the African Diaspora. These panel discussions will examine the scope and breadth of the influence of the Summer of Love on the African American community. Encounter 1: Awakenings Thursday, June 8, 2017, 6:30 PM Explore the emerging elements of the Black psychedelic impulse and how the arts began to play an effective role in uprooting presumptions of the institutions of the day. Encounter 2: Aspirations of 1967 Thursday, July 13, 2017, 6:30 PM This second encounter in the Psychedelic Soul series examines the explosion of activity – cultural, social, and political – that took place in this historical moment in 1967. The many social strands of society that were being transformed and confronted could be thought of as a singular force of its own, a wave of consciousness and a sense that people collectively were creating something entirely new. Encounter 3: Outcomes Thursday, August 10, 2017, 6:30 PM This third encounter in the Psychedelic Soul series addresses the outcomes of the period of radical counterculture and how African American artists and free-thinkers applied their craft, and exercised their ideals, imbibed with the liberating lessons of the Summer of Love. Children of the Love Tuesday, June 20, 2017, 6:00 PM Learn More For decades, Northern California has been Ground Zero for countercultural communities, rejecting conventional suburbia in favor of individualism and personal freedom. But what happens to children with this background, growing up amid such unorthodox family dynamics? Three Bay Area authors—Alysia Abbott, Clane Hayward, Joshua Safran—with recent memoirs meet on the summer solstice to discuss their experiences growing up in the shadow of the Summer of Love. Moderated by Ianthe Brautigan-Swensen. Presented in partnership with Litquake. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - April 30

Hello CCPHers, 배꼽성형 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! National History Day – California MEMBERS: HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE배꼽성형 효과 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. ACADEMIC CREDIT Teachers who are interested can earn 1 unit of academic credit through Sonoma State University for 배꼽성형 비용 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 whitneyolson62@gmail.com for more information. Thanks again for helping out – We look forward to seeing you at NHD-CA! Craig Irish Sacramento County Office of Education Coordinator, Student Events/Competitions Coordinator, National History Day-California 916-228-2660 Phone 916-228-2665 Fax 916-803-5682 Cell Whitney Olson Coordinator, NHD-CA Director, History Education Project Director, NHD – Sonoma County www.nhdsonomacounty.org 707-849-3503 From: Sonoma County Library From: San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum Critter Corral at 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 배꼽성형 재수술 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 a배꼽성형 방법 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 배꼽성형 방법 케이스성형외과 Opportunities for 2018: ACTA’s Living Cultures Grants Program and Apprenticeship Program LIVING CULTURES GRANTS PROGRAM Deadline to apply: JULY 17, 2017 The Living Cultures 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. Read More 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 cultural asset mapping program that will celebrate the cultural treasures of the Los Angeles Promise Zone. Read on to learn about how you can get involved! Read More Featured Opportunities 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 Upcoming Events COMMUNITY EVENTS: JAPANESE AMERICANS ON THE PENINSULA: LEARNING FROM OUR PAST TO LOOK TO OUR FUTURE 04.30.2017-05.24.2017 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 05.02.2017-05.10.2017 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 05.04.2017 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 ROAD IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, ROUTE 66 05.04.2017 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 05.21.2017 LA HABRA– Film screening and discussion of the film LET THE FIRE BURN as well as a discussion of race relations, inner city poverty, and how documentary film can expose stereotypes and help confront institutional racism. BROADCAST: BREATHIN, THE EDDY ZHENG STORY 05.23.2017 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 05.24.2017 SANTA BARBARA– California Humanities will conduct a free information session about funding opportunities for humanities programming. TRAVELING EXHIBIT: HISTORY IN MOTION 05.26.2017-05.28.2017 SANTA MARGARITA– Go back in time with tractors & old time marketing fairs. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - May 28

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon 슈링크 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: Center for California Studies Save the Date 28th annual Envisioning California Conference Crossroads: Homelessness in California Thursday, October 5, 2017 Tsakopoulos Library Galleria 828 I Street Downtown Sacramento This free day-long event will include panels and a lunch keynote address, as well as a Reception Celebrating the 35th Anniversary of the Center for California Studies, 60th Anniversary of the Assembly Fellowship, 45th Anniversary of the Senate Fellowship, 32nd Anniversary of the Executive Fellowship, and 20th Anniversary of the Judicial Fellowship. Registration will open in July. Join the event on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1409565322434895/. From: California Humanities Upcoming Events WEBINAR for HUMANITIES FOR ALL Quick GRANT APPLICATION 06.01.2017 Join us for an informational session webinar about the upcoming Humanities for All Quick Grants application deadline June 28, 2017. FILM SCREENING: THE FORCE at MENDOCINO FILM FESTIVAL 06.03.2017 FORT BRAGG– THE FORCE presents a cinema verité look at the long-troubled Oakland Police Department as it struggles to confront federal demands for reform, a popular uprising post-Ferguson, and an explosive scandal. Screening of TRIBAL JUSTICE at Mendocino Film Festival 06.03.2017 MENDOCINO– Documentary Film TRIBAL JUSTICE will screen at the Mendocino Film Festival, followed by a Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace and Yurok Chief Judge Abby Abinanti GRANTSEEKER WORKSHOP IN HANFORD 06.07.2017 HANFORD– California Humanities will conduct a free information session about funding opportunities for humanities programming. Shaping San 슈링크 효과 Francisco Free Public Talk: Kent Minault’s “Diggerly-Do’s” 06.07.2017 SAN FRANCISCO– Kent Minault illustrates a narrative of the explosive first six months of the San Francisco Diggers, chronicling a turning point in SF and the transformation of a youth into a lifelong activist (accompanied by photos by Chuck Gould, and music by Peter Coyote.) Roundtable: Between Sighs and Whispers: The Work of Juan Rulfo 06.08.2017 LOS ANGELES– Discover the literary legacy of Juan Rulfo’s, one of Mexico’s most prominent writers, and enjoy Eva Malhotra’s pictorial interpretation of Rulfo’s work through paintings that evoke his characters, landscapes, and stories. 슈링크 비용 Screening of Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race at Grand Performances 06.09.2017 Narrated by Alfre Woodard, this story of a sharecropper’s son explores realities of race, diversity and coalition building while sharing the power of an election that made a difference. MIXED REMIXED FESTIVAL 06.10.2017 LOS ANGELES– A free public event, the Festival brings together film and book lovers, innovative and emerging artists, and multiracial and multicultural families and individuals for workshops, readings, performances, and film screenings. Webinar for Humanities for All Project Grants 06.15.2017 Join us for an 슈링크 효과시기 informational session webinar about the upcoming Humanities for All Project Grants application deadline August 15, 2017. TRAVELING EXHIBIT: HISTORY IN MOTION FEATURED AT TRACTORS & BREWS 06.15.2017 WOODLAND– See tractors unveiled, engines started, listen to music, enjoy food and brew tastings. From: California Historical Society Taking Alcatraz Screening and Conversation Thursday, June 15, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join us for a powerful program that explores the history of the occupation of Alcatraz, from November 20, 1969, to June 11, 1971. Participants include the filmmakers of Taking Alcatraz, as well as the Native Americans who occupied the island and those who supported them. This program is a collaboration between the NUMU’s exhibition Cement Prairie: The History and Legacy of the 1952 American Indian Urban Relocation Program, open through June 25, 2017, and the CHS Exhibition Public Program Series for On The Road to the Summer of Love. Presented in Partnership with the New Museum of Los Gatos. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - April 30

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon in California as well as 엑소좀 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 ccph@csus.edu. 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. ACADEMIC CREDIT Teachers who are interested can earn 1 unit 엑소좀 효과 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 whitneyolson62@gmail.com for more information. Thanks again for helping out – We look forward to seeing you at NHD-CA! Craig Irish Sacramento County Office of Education Coordinator, Student Events/Competitions Coordinator, National History Day-California 916-228-2660 Phone 916-228-2665 Fax 916-803-5682 Cell Whitney Olson Coordinator, NHD-CA Director, History Education Project Director, NHD – Sonoma County www.nhdsonomacounty.org 707-849-3503 From: Sonoma County Library From: San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum Critter Corral at 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. 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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. Read More 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 cultural asset mapping program that will celebrate the cultural treasures of the Los Angeles Promise Zone. Read on to learn about how you can get involved! Read More Featured Opportunities 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 Upcoming Events COMMUNITY EVENTS: JAPANESE AMERICANS ON THE PENINSULA: LEARNING FROM OUR PAST TO LOOK TO OUR FUTURE 04.30.2017-05.24.2017 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 05.02.2017-05.10.2017 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 05.04.2017 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 ROAD IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, ROUTE 66 05.04.2017 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 05.21.2017 LA HABRA– Film screening and discussion of the film LET THE FIRE BURN as well as a discussion of race relations, inner city poverty, and how documentary film can expose stereotypes and help confront institutional racism. BROADCAST: BREATHIN, THE EDDY ZHENG STORY 05.23.2017 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 05.24.2017 SANTA BARBARA– California Humanities will conduct a free information session about funding opportunities for humanities programming. TRAVELING EXHIBIT: HISTORY IN MOTION 05.26.2017-05.28.2017 SANTA MARGARITA– Go back in time with tractors & old time marketing fairs. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - April 30

Hello CCPHers, 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 ccph@csus.edu. 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 리쥬란 see if you are needed. ACADEMIC CREDIT 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 whitneyolson62@gmail.com for more information. Thanks again for helping out – We look forward to seeing you at NHD-CA! Craig Irish Sacramento County Office of Education Coordinator, Student Events/Competitions Coordinator, National History Day-California 916-228-2660 Phone 916-228-2665 Fax 916-803-5682 Cell Whitney Olson Coordinator, NHD-CA Director, History Education Project Director, NHD – Sonoma County www.nhdsonomacounty.org 707-849-3503 From: Sonoma County Library From: San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum Critter Corral 리쥬란at 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 The Living 리쥬란 비용 Cultures 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. Read More 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 cultural asset 리쥬란잘하는곳 mapping program that will celebrate the cultural treasures of the Los Angeles Promise Zone. Read on to learn about how you can get involved! Read More Featured Opportunities 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 Upcoming Events COMMUNITY EVENTS: JAPANESE AMERICANS ON THE PENINSULA: LEARNING FROM OUR PAST TO LOOK TO OUR FUTURE 04.30.2017-05.24.2017 PALOS VERDES & ROLLING HILLS– These hands-on events are part of a series hosted by the Palos 리쥬란힐러 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 05.02.2017-05.10.2017 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 05.04.2017 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 ROAD 리쥬란힐러 효과 IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, ROUTE 66 05.04.2017 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 05.21.2017 LA HABRA– Film screening and discussion of the film LET THE FIRE BURN as well as a discussion of 리쥬란힐러 비용 race relations, inner city poverty, and how documentary film can expose stereotypes and help confront institutional racism. BROADCAST: BREATHIN, THE EDDY ZHENG STORY 05.23.2017 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 05.24.2017 SANTA BARBARA– California Humanities will conduct a free information session about funding opportunities for humanities programming. TRAVELING EXHIBIT: HISTORY IN MOTION 05.26.2017-05.28.2017 수면리쥬란 SANTA MARGARITA– Go back in time with tractors & old time marketing fairs. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - April 16

ello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events 지방이식 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: California Office of Historic Preservation News and Updates SHRC Meeting to Include National Register Nominations Pasadena will be the location of the next meeting of the State Historical Resources Commission (SHRC). The meeting will be on May 10, 2017, in conjunction with the California Preservation Foundation Annual Conference, and is open to the public. Among agenda items to be addressed by the SHRC are fourteen nominations for the National Register of Historic Places, and one nomination for the California Register of Historical Resources. Visit our Pending Nominations webpage to learn about the nominated properties. Preservation, Local Governments, and Archaeology A paper out of Portland State University addresses the role of archaeology in local government historic preservation planning. Incorporating Archaeology Into Local Government Historic Preservation and Planning: A Review of Current Practice, initially was published last year in the Journal of the American Planning Association, and is now available for free and open public access. Public Meetings Regarding Asian American History Survey The City of Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources (OHR) is holding a series of public meetings to encourage public participation in identifying and documenting places associated with the life and history of Los Angeles’ Asian American communities. The survey project is supported by a grant from the National Park Service. Meetings will be held in April and May. Visit the SurveyLA website for dates and registration information. Preservation Month is Approaching – Let Us Know What You Have Planned May is Preservation 지방이식 효과 Month! The month-long observance provides an opportunity to celebrate and educate about the value and many successes of historic preservation. Is your community, organization, tribe, or neighborhood planning Preservation Month activities? Let us know and we will post a link to your event on our California Preservation Month webpage! 2017-2018 CLG Grants Now Accepting Applications Our Local Government and Environmental Compliance Unit is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Certified Local Government Grants. Grants are awarded to qualifying local governments to assist with a variety of historic preservation projects and programs. Visit our Certified Local Government Program webpage to learn more about the program, and past and present grant recipients. Applications are due May 1, 2017. Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards-Still Time to Submit Nominations! Do you know of a project, organization, agency, or individual whose work exemplifies the best in historic preservation? We encourage you to submit a nomination for the 2017 Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards. Application forms and criteria for the 2017 Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards are available through the OHP website. The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2017. Nominations Also Being Accepted for CPF Awards The California Preservation Foundation is accepting nominations for the 34th Annual Preservation Design Awards, recognizing preservation efforts large and small. An awards ceremony will be held in October in San Francisco. The deadline for nominations is June 15, 2017. Two Fellowship Opportunities from the ACHP For Fall Semester 2017, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) is offering two learning opportunities for college and university students. The ACHP Alumni Foundation is sponsoring a 10-12 week scholar position with the ACHP Office of Native American Affairs. The position is available to American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander students. The deadline to apply is May 30, 2017. Click here for details and the application form. The ACHP and the Smithsonian Institute have partnered to offer a fellowship focused on Latino culture, heritage, sites, and artifacts. The deadline to apply is July 15, 2017. Click here for details and application instructions. Events and Education Preservation Month Symposium, April 23 The City of Palm Springs Historic Site Preservation Board will host their annual Preservation Month Symposium on April 23, 2017. The symposium is a free public event that highlights and celebrates the City’s historic resources and the efforts to preserve them. Free Webinar from 지방이식 비용 the NTHP, April 27 The National Trust for Historic Preservation in partnership with NeighborWorks America, is offering a free webinar exploring the importance local, small businesses have in helping to preserve historic neighborhoods and downtown districts. Main Street Now Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, May 1-3 The 2017 Main Street Now Conference, is being held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The conference provides an opportunity for attendees to share and learn about the latest challenges, successes, and best practices related to preserving and revitalizing historic downtowns. LA Conservancy Preservation Awards, May 3 Awards for excellence in historic preservation will be awarded at the Los Angeles Conservancy’s 36th Annual Preservation Awards Luncheon on May 3, 2017. The awards recognize a variety of successful efforts to preserve the historic buildings and sites of the Los Angeles region. California Preservation Foundation Webinar, May 11 The webinar “Going on the Offensive: Telling the True Story of Preservation Impact on Affordability” looks at recent challenges faced by some of California’s popular preservation programs. CPF 2017 Annual Conference, May 10-13 The California Preservation Foundation (CPF) is marking its 40th year in 2017! This year’s annual conference takes place in Pasadena, in partnership with Pasadena Heritage. Conference sessions will provide an opportunity to look at historic preservation work and successes of the past, and consider directions for the future. Visit the CPF website for registration and conference details. State Historical Resources Commission Meetings for 2017 May 10 – Pasadena July 28 – TBD October 27 – TBD Learn More about Commission meetings, actions, and responsibilities From: California Historical Society Gold Rush Stories: 49 Tales of Seekers, Scoundrels, Loss, and Luck Thursday, June 1, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More The Gold Rush altered the course of world history and transformed the social and cultural landscapes of the American West. Hundreds of thousands of eager migrants rushed to California seeking instant wealth and memorable adventures. But the gold seekers often experienced unexpectedly hard work and disappointment, along with powerful forces of nature – fire and flood. Gold Rush California was frequently swept by massive conflagrations and some of the worst floods in our history. For example, during an 18-month period from 1849 to 1851, San Francisco suffered from seven enormous fires. Historian Gary Noy will present an illustrated lecture on these “Gods of Destruction,” drawing upon material from his book Gold Rush Stories: 49 Tales of Seekers, Scoundrels, Loss and Luck. He will detail the impact and aftermath of many Gold Rush fires. He will also describe the mammoth floods from 1850 to 1862 and their continuing influence on today’s flood prevention measures. Rosie McGee – The Grateful Dead: Before, During, & After the “Summer of Love” Thursday, May 18, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Author and Photographer Rosie McGee’s talk, The Grateful Dead: Before, During & After the Summer of Love”, will be illustrated with her intimate photos of the band, taken when she lived, traveled and worked with them during their first decade as a band. Her lecture will be followed by a Q&A session and book signing. She will have copies of her book and selected photo prints available for purchase. From: American Association for State and Local History Upcoming Continuing Education Project Management for History Professionals Apr 10 – May 5 Online course Cost: $350 AASLH Members/ $425 Nonmembers Collections Camp: Textiles Apr 24 – 25 Onsite workshop in Indianapolis, IN Cost: $300 AASLH Members/ $425 Nonmembers Developing Exhibitions May 15 – July 7 Online course $195 AASLH members/ $295 Nonmembers NARA Rethinks How to Store Presidential Records The National Archives and Records Administration is currently processing and archiving over 500 million files, digital records created by the Obama administration that represent the largest transfer in NARA’s history. The organization is grappling with how best to store the wealth of digital content created by presidential administrations, including social media posts, emails, and documents, that will increase exponentially each year. Read more here. 2017 Developing History Leaders @SHA Applications Due May 15 For three weeks in November, Developing History Leaders @SHA brings together dozens of leaders from the history field to Indianapolis to explore best and future practices for executive management and leadership at museums, archives, historical societies, preservation organizations, historic sites, and heritage areas. Applications are due May 15. To learn more and apply, visit historyleadership.org. Live Civil War Cannon Balls Found in Museum Staff at Petersburg, Virginia’s Siege Museum were surprised to learn that several Civil War-era cannon balls in their collections were still live and dangerous. State police were called in to do x-rays, and an explosive ordnance disposal team is scheduled to remove the artifacts for safety. Read more in the Washington Times. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - April 2nd

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon in California as지방흡입 well as articles pertaining to history. In other news: CCPH members can now purchase or renew their memberships by using the new PayPal option on the CCPH website. Credit cards and checks are all accepted forms of payment. For more information about renewing your membership, visit our “Join Us” web page here. 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 지방흡입 효과 to help us promote history. Email any of your submissions to ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: Martinez and Contra Costa County Historical Societies Saturday, May 6 The Man Who Lit Lady Liberty: The Extraordinary Rise and Fall of Actor M.B. Curtis History talk and book signing with Richard Schwartz 1:00pm – 3:30pm Shell Clubhouse 1635 Pacheco Blvd., Martinez The Martinez and Contra Costa County Historical Societies invite you to be the first to hear author & historian Richard Schwartz talk about his new book The Man Who Lit Lady Liberty: The Extraordinary Rise and Fall of Actor M.B. Curtis. Richard’s presentation will reveal the life of this incredibly influential immigrant actor of the late nineteenth century. As the first Jewish male actor allowed to portray a Jewish male on stage in America, Curtis’ story is one of immigration, assimilation, theatre history and how the invisible wings of comedy can affect the nation’s direction. It is also a story that connects the actor intimately (though forgotten until this book) with the Statue of Liberty, Mark Twain, 지방흡입 비용a murder and the greatest African American entertainment troupe of its day. After all that, Curtis became a pioneer in the still-infant silent movie industry. Focusing on the actor’s early days in San Francisco’s theatrical history and his overnight rise to stardom, Schwartz’s talk will reveal how San Francisco became the actor’s home base from the 1870s through the 1906 Earthquake as he toured the country and how it almost ended his life. Richard’s talk begins at 1:00 p.m. A wine & cheese reception and book signing with the author will follow at 2:30 p.m. Hosted by the Martinez Historical Society and the Contra Costa County Historical Society. For more information, visit www.cocohistory.com WHEN: May 6, 2017 Richard’s talk begins at 1:00pm WHERE: Shell Clubhouse 1635 Pacheco Blvd, Martinez DETAILS: Free Admission and Free Parking. Refreshments will be served. RSVP is requested. Email: mkting@cocohistory.org or Call: (925) 229-1042 A $10 donation is suggested at the door. All proceeds benefit the preservation work of the Martinez & CoCo County archives. About the Author [endif]–Richard Schwartz is a historian and the author of Eccentrics, Heroes, and Cutthroats of Old Berkeley; Earthquake Exodus, 1906; Berkeley 1900; and The Circle of Stones. Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature. An outdoor enthusiast and animal lover, Schwartz worked on a Pennsylvania Dutch farm for two years before heading west to find higher mountains. He now lives in Berkeley, California, where he works as a building contractor and documents early Native American sites in the Bay Area. The Man Who Lit Lady Liberty (April 2017) is his fifth book. For further information, visit www.richardschwartz.info From: The United States World War One Centennial Commission From: The SJSU History Department and the Burdick Military History Project The 2017 Charles B. Burdick Memorial Military History Symposium The Lead-Up to America’s Entry into World War One Saturday April 15, 2017, 1:00 to 5:00 pm San Jose State University Washington Square Hall Room 109 “The 1916 Mexican Expedition” Dr. James Armstead “American Air Power Before the War” Dr. RG Head (Brigadier General, USAF, Ret.) “Not Completely Unprepared: The U.S. Military Before World War One” Mr. Mike Hanlon “American Reaction to the Armenian Genocide” Dr. Dennis Papazian Moderator: Dr. Jonathan Roth Admission to this event is free and open to the public. For Directions to San Jose State University see http://www.sjsu.edu/map/directions/ For more information contact Dr. Roth at (408) 924- 5505 or jonathan.roth@sjsu.edu From: Save Our Heritage Organisation We hope to see you with SOHO on Tuesday, April 4 at 202 “C” Street (12th floor), beginning at 2pm to oppose the complete demolition of the California Theatre project before city council. This is the last stop in the site development permit process and your last chance to let your city councilperson know how you feel about the way they vote on Tuesday. Please Act Now Begin calling and speaking to staff or leaving a voice message with your councilperson’s office. Find your city council member’s contact information here, and a sample phone message to leave here. Send an email by contacting your city council member to oppose this unlawful demolition of the irreplaceable. Find your city council members contact information here, and sample email message here. Attend the City council meeting this coming Tuesday, April 4 at 2pm at the City Administration Building, 202 C Street, 12th floor. Attend. We are asking you to stand with SOHO, to take this time to tell the city council why the California Theatre matters to you. You may cede your time to SOHO instead. Make sure they hear you. Call, write, and show up. Thank you for your help and for opposing demolition of the California Theatre and murals. Some background on the California Theatre Planning Commission Approves Demolition of Beloved California Theatre California Theatre: Time for an Encore, Not an Overture New California Theatre (San Diego History Center) Date: Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Time: 2pm Location: City Administration Building 202 C Street, Council Chambers 12th Floor San Diego, CA 92101 ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Post not marked as liked

Bi-Weekly Update - March 3

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events 리프팅 happening soon in California as well as articles pertaining to history. In other news: CCPH members can now renew their memberships by using the new PayPal option on the CCPH website. Credit cards and checks are all accepted forms of payment. For more information about renewing your membership, visit our “Join Us” web page here. 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: Richmond Museum of History Richmond Museum of History Announces New Exhibition How World War I Changed Richmond March 11, 2017 – June 29, 2017 The Richmond Museum of History is delighted to announce the forthcoming exhibition in the Seaver Gallery “How World War I Changed Richmond.” The exhibit features dozens of World War I related artifacts with connections to Richmond, California. 리팅성형외과 Many artifacts have been in the Museum collection over fifty years and will be on display for the first time. The exhibit commemorates the centennial of the United States involvement in the Great War and is one of the few events marking the centennial in the San Francisco Bay Area. The stories of Richmond residents from all walks of life who were involved in World War I both at home and on the front. Visitors to the exhibit will learn how World War I shaped the City of Richmond to be ready to face the challenges of the World War II Home Front and beyond. Schedule of Related Events Friday March 10, 2017 3-6:00 PM Members only Preview Saturday March 11, 2017 2-4:00 PM FREE Community Reception Saturday April 8, 2017 2:00 PM Guest Speaker Karen English, Professor of English San Jose State University “Poetry of World War I” Saturday June 3, 2017 Guest Speaker Susan Anderson Founder of Memory House “World War I, Resistance and the New Negro” 2:00 PM The Richmond Museum of History is located at 400 Nevin Avenue Richmond, Ca 94802. Learn more at www.richmondmuseum.org Contact Melinda McCrary at (510) 235-7387 or melinda@richmondmuseum.org for more information. The exhibit is made possible by the ClaraBelle Hamilton Fund and the San Francisco Foundation. From: Europeana From all over Europe, Europeana 1914-1918 has collected and digitalised thousands of exciting historical documents from the First World War. Europeana Transcribe is a crowdsourcing initiative for the transcription of this unique, unpublished material. The aim is to create a vast and fully digital record of the written stories in Europeana 1914-1918. But in order to achieve this, we need your help. As a volunteer transcriber, you hold the key to unlocking new secrets of the First World War and safeguarding these stories for future generations. Diving in intimate accounts of the trenches, and trailing through letters from home to front, you join us in our Transcribathon – a race to Discover. Learn. Research. Use. Share. Join the Love 리프팅 효과 Letter Run by transcribing #WWILoveLetters! Read more about the project: http://transcribathon.com/en/transcribathon/ and http://transcribathon.com/en/transcribathon/featured/love-run/. From: California Historical Society Women and Resistance: From the Panthers, to Yippies, to Comix Thursday, March 23, 2017, 6:00PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join the California Historical Society for a panel discussion about the roles women played in resistance and social protest movements in the Bay Area during the 1960s and 1970s. Hear from women who participated and led social and political movements, like the Yippies and Black Panthers, and art protest in comics and underground newspapers, like Wimmin’s Comix and the Berkeley Barb. What Is the Future of Wine Label Design? Thursday, April 13, 2017, 6:00PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join designers, lawyers, and executive directors of label design companies for presentations and a discussion around the future of the wine label. From established label makers to start ups to law, this event will highlight the possible innovations, challenges, 리프팅 비용 and potential futures for the wine label design industry. Letters from the Camps: Voices of Dissent Thursday, April 27, 2017, 6:00 PM Presidio Officers Club, Presidio Trust, San Francisco Learn More Using original letters from the internment camps of WWII, now preserved at California Historical Society, this interdisciplinary presentation focuses on Japanese Americans who spoke out during and after internment. Contemporary descendants, writers, historians, activists, and performers will read from the letters and share their responses, including: Stan Yogi author of Wherever There’s a Fight: How Runaway Slaves, Suffragists, Immigrants, Strikers, and Poets Shaped Civil Liberties in California and Fred Korematsu Speaks Up, John Crew of the ACLU, and Bonnie Akimoto, most recently in the play Beneath the Tall Tree at TheatreFirst in Berkeley. Additional readers to be confirmed soon. From: Conference of California Historical Societies Register for the 민트실리프팅 CCHS Spring Skills Development Workshop Today! Saturday, March 18, 2017 9:00am – 4:00pm Homestead Museum – City of Industry This March, join CCHS for the Spring Workshop at the beautiful Homestead Museum in City of Industry. There will be experts presenting on a variety of topics to help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to successfully run your historical society! Topics include: Audience Development Embracing Millennials How to Write an Effective Newsletter Keeping Relevant Developing Community Partnerships Volunteer Recruitment Presented by:

Bi-Weekly Update - Feb. 10

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events 입술필러 happening soon in California as well as articles pertaining to history. In other news: CCPH membership renewals are now due for memberships that expired in December! An official email has been sent to those of you with expired memberships. Members can renew their memberships by using the new PayPal option on the CCPH website. Credit cards and checks are all accepted forms of payment. For more information about renewing your membership, visit our “Join Us” web page here. 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: Maidu Museum and Historic Site From: California Historical Society San Francisco History Days March 4 & 5, 2017, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM Old U.S. Mint, San Francisco Learn More Join community historians, archivists, representatives of indigenous communities, genealogists, archaeologists, researchers, educators, re-enactors, authors, and filmmakers for this History Open House at the National Historic Landmark Old U.S. Mint. For San Francisco History Days weekend, the counting rooms and brick vaults of “The Granite Lady” will come alive with dozens of organizations offering history displays, activities, tours, and presentations. Highlights of the weekend include presentations on local architectural, transit, neighborhood, and maritime history; exhibits addressing the Summer of Love 50th anniversary; displays of neighborhood and community archives; and a resource center to history organizations, homes, and educational centers around the Bay Area. Mini-theaters and galleries will be set up in the ground floor vaults of the Old Mint over the weekend featuring found footage, film features, and rare and newly digitized photos. Dozens of authors will also be on hand to discuss and sell their books on local historical themes. The History of California Wines in 20 Labels Wednesday, March 15, 2017 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San 입술필러 효과 Francisco Learn More From humble roots, how did California’s wine industry grow into the international powerhouse it is today? Join us as UC Davis wine historian James Lapsley takes us on a journey from the earliest days, when the Gold Rush drove a new thirst for domestic wine, to a world of seemingly endless consumer choice — a world in which wine has become an integral part of American culture. THE ROAD TO JONESTOWN: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple Thursday, April 20, 2017 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join Jeff Guinn as he discusses his new book, THE ROAD TO JONESTOWN. With the same riveting detail and unmatched investigative reporting that made Guinn’s Manson an acclaimed national bestseller, THE ROAD TO JONESTOWN sheds new light on a subject we thought we knew: Jim Jones, the man responsible for the death of more than nine hundred people at Jonestown in Guyana. From: American Association for State and Local History Peb Yog Hmoob Minnesota: Sharing Authority and Building Relationships with Your Communities Feb 14 @ 3pm EST Webinar Cost: FREE for all http://learn.aaslh.org/event/peb-yog-hmoob-minnesota-sharing-authority-and-building-relationships-with-your-communities/ Interpreting Food at Museums and Historic Sites Feb 21 @ 3pm EST Webinar Cost: $40 AASLH Members/ $65 Nonmembers http://learn.aaslh.org/event/interpreting-food-at-museums-and-historic-sites/ Project Management for History Professionals Mar 8-9, 2017 Workshop in Dallas, TX Cost: $475 AASLH Members/ $560 Nonmembers go.aaslh.org/PMdallas Black History Month and the NMAAHC Time published an insightful article comparing the development of Black History Month and the founding of the newest Smithsonian museum, the National Museum of African American History and Culture: “This year the NMAAHC will have its first of many annual Black History Month celebrations, at a site that for decades to come will stand as a shrine to the thousands which Wilkins aptly characterized as “brave and visionary souls,” who — like Woodson — maintained that Black achievement should be acknowledged and celebrated not just for one week, or for one month, but all year long.” Read more. Ask Your Legislators to Fund the ESSA Last year, AASLH worked with the National Coalition for History to advocate for the reauthorization of the Every Student Succeeds Act. Now we need your help once more to ensure that crucial programs in the ESSA are funded for the 2017 and 2018 fiscal years. Read our Advocacy Alert. 2017 Leadership in History Awards Deadline is March 1 Has your organization done something great this year? An exhibit that highlighted untold stories, programming that engaged the community, or a publication that got people talking? Apply for a 2017 AASLH Leadership in History Award! Nominations are due March 1. Check out our six tips for putting together a great application. New National Park Service Chief Historian Dr. Turkiya L. Lowe holds a Ph.D. in African American history and most recently served as Southeast Region Chief Historian and Chief for the Southeast Region’s (SER) Cultural Resource Research and Science Branch. Read More. From: California State Archives HOME FRONT: CALIFORNIA DURING WORLD WAR II California Archives Digital Exhibit Focuses on One of the Most Transformative Periods in California History “World War II 입술필러 비용 had a profound impact on California,” Secretary of State Alex Padilla said. “The social and economic fabric of California was forever transformed, as the war brought massive changes to the home front. Scrap metal drives, victory gardens, and rationing became the new normal as Californians contributed to the war effort. As the war effort grew, the defense industry boomed and many Californians entered new industries for the first time. Women in particular joined the industrial workforce in record numbers.” “World War II was a transformative period in California history. Many citizens demonstrated courage and selflessness through their service both at home and overseas. World War II also represents one of the darkest periods in our state’s history, as over 110,000 Americans of Japanese descent, most of them U.S. citizens, were forced into internment camps,” Padilla said. “Families faced loss of liberty and livelihood. Japanese Americans lost everything as they were forced to sell their homes, businesses, and other possessions for pennies on the dollar and live behind barbed wire for the duration of the war.” “I am grateful to the State Archives staff for compiling the photos, telegraphs, and records that help tell the story of California 어린공주 during World War II. Through our partnership with Google this history will be easily accessible online the world over,” Padilla added. “Home Front: California During World War II” is the sixth digital exhibit released through a partnership between the State Archives and Google Cultural Institute. 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Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon in California as well as articles코재수술 pertaining to history. In other news: CCPH membership renewals are now due for memberships that expired in December! An official email has been sent to those of you with expired memberships. Members can renew their memberships by using the new PayPal option on the CCPH website. Credit cards and checks are all accepted forms of payment. For more information about renewing your membership, visit our “Join Us” web page here. 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, 코재수술 효과 book reviews, events and/or projects are welcomed as submissions to help us promote history. Email any of your submissions to ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: The San Francisco History Center of the San Francisco Public Library From: Sacramento County History Day From: Western Archives Institute 2017 Western Archives Institute The 31st annual Western Archives Institute will be held at Santa Clara University from July 9 – 21, 2017. The Western Archives Institute is an intensive, two-week program that provides integrated instruction in basic archival practices to individuals with a variety of backgrounds, including those whose jobs require a fundamental understanding of archival skills, but who have little or no previous archives education; those who have expanding responsibility for archival materials; those who are practicing archivists but have not received formal instruction; and those who demonstrate a commitment to an archival career. The Institute also features site visits to historical records repositories and a diverse curriculum that includes history and development of the profession, theory and terminology, records management, appraisal, arrangement, description, manuscripts acquisition, archives and the law, photographs, preservation administration, reference and access, outreach programs, and managing archival programs and institutions. Dennis Meissner has agreed to serve as the 2017 Principal Faculty Member. Mr. Meissner recently retired from his job as Interim Deputy Director for Programs at the Minnesota Historical Society, and is a Fellow of the Society of American Archivists. He has participated in a number of SAA and international efforts focused on the arrangement, description, and management of archival materials, and presently serves on the board of the SAA Foundation and on the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. He has worked closely with the design, delivery, and management of electronic finding aids to archival collections, and has participated in numerous U.S. and international working groups in the development and delivery of collection descriptions and the standards that underlie them, including chairing RLG’s EAD Best Practices Working Group and serving on the Encoded Archival Context Working Group. Meissner has consulted and presented workshops on archival processing and description and has published largely in those areas, but also in the area of business records management. In 2003, he and Mark Greene (American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming) were awarded a yearlong NHPRC Archival Research Fellowship to study archival processing expectations and backlogs in U.S. repositories and to recommend changes to existing practices. 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From: American Association for State and Local History Upcoming Continuing Education Basics of Archives Feb 13-March 17 Online Course Cost: $85 AASLH Members/ $160 Nonmembers http://learn.aaslh.org/event/online-course-basics-of-archives-2/ Peb Yog Hmoob Minnesota: Sharing Authority and Building Relationships with Your Communities Feb 14 @ 3pm EST Webinar Cost: $40 AASLH Members/ $65 Nonmembers http://learn.aaslh.org/event/peb-yog-hmoob-minnesota-sharing-authority-and-building-relationships-with-your-communities/ Interpreting Food at Museums and Historic Sites Feb 21 @ 3pm EST Webinar Cost: $40 AASLH Members/ $65 Nonmembers http://learn.aaslh.org/event/interpreting-food-at-museums-and-historic-sites/ Project Management for History Professionals Mar 8-9, 2017 Workshop in Dallas, TX Cost: $475 AASLH Members/ $560 Nonmembers go.aaslh.org/PMdallas Call for 2017 Leadership in History Awards Now Open Has your organization done something great this year? An exhibit that highlighted untold stories, programming that engaged the community, or a publication that got people talking? Apply for a 2017 AASLH Leadership in History Award! Nominations are due March 1. Register for Museums Advocacy Day Members of the AASLH Council, AASLH President John Dichtl, and Chief of Operations Bethany Hawkins invite you to join them at 2017 Museums Advocacy Day, February 27-28, in Washington, D.C. This is a great way to support history organizations and their visitors and to press the issues impacting museums. It’s also an exciting form of professional development for you. Registration is free to AASLH members using this code: MAD2017_AASLH. American Alliance of Museums staff and others will provide policy briefings and schedule meetings for you on Capitol Hill. Whether you can go or not, check out the many advocacy tools and resources that AAM has developed here. Ten Great Digital History Projects from 2016 Rebecca Onion from Slate has published her annual list of innovative and fascinating digital history projects. The 2016 list includes projects that examine topics like slavery at Georgetown University, seventeenth-century African music, and photographs that document the changing landscapes of national parks. See parts one and two of the list here. ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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Hello CCPHers, Here are some 눈재수술 interesting history events happening soon in California as well as articles pertaining to history. In other news: CCPH membership renewals are now due for memberships that expired in December! An official email has been sent to those of you with expired memberships. Members can renew their memberships by using the new PayPal option on the CCPH website. Credit cards and checks are all accepted forms of payment. For more information about renewing your membership, visit our “Join Us” web page here. 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: California Office of Historic Preservation News and Updates New Historic Context from Caltrans The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is proud to 눈재수술 효과 announce the release of their long-awaited statewide context, A Historical Context and Methodology for Evaluating Trails, Roads, and Highways in California. The study takes a holistic approach offering a cohesive and comprehensive examination of these types of properties as well as a methodological approach for evaluating the properties for the National Register of Historic Places. A series of reference appendices are available in conjunction with the context. Visit the Caltrans website to see a list of other contexts published by the Department. First SHRC Meeting of 2017 to be in Sacramento The State Historical Resources Commission (SHRC) will hold their first meeting of the year on February 3, 2017, in the Robert T. Matsui Federal Courthouse, Sacramento. The Commission is scheduled to hear eleven nominations for the National Register of Historic Places. Information about the meeting and nominations can be found on the SHRC webpage. Nomination Forms Now Available for 2017 Awards! Application forms and criteria for the 2017 Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards are now available through the OHP website. Do you know of a project, organization, or individual that exemplifies the best in historic preservation in California? Submit a nomination! The Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards is an excellent opportunity to give much-deserved recognition to efforts that help preserve California’s heritage. The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2017. Registration Still Open for SCA 2017 Annual Meeting The Society for California Archaeology (SCA) is still accepting registrations for their 2017 Annual Meeting, March 9-12, 2017. The meeting provides a chance to share and learn about the latest research and efforts in the field of archaeology. Visit the SCA website for full conference and registration details. Nominations 눈재수술 비용 Accepted for VAF Awards The Vernacular Architecture Forum is accepting nominations for the 2017 Paul E. Buchanan Award. The award recognizes contributions to the study and preservation of vernacular architecture and the cultural landscape. Visit the VAF website for details and nomination forms. The nomination deadline is February 17, 2017. Events and Education California Preservation Foundation (CPF) Workshops January 19: Capitalizing on Opportunity: Financial Incentives for Historic Properties January 20: Out-of-the-Box Thinking: New Survey Methods, Unique Integrity Considerations February 8: How the California Historical Building Code Can Make History Both Accessible and Affordable February 9: Wood, Concrete, Plaster, and Stone: A Materials Primer Visit the CPF website for the full calendar of education offerings. California Preservation Program Workshop January 23, 2017: Grantwriting for Preservation Projects to Enhance Collection Care – Los Angeles Visit the CPP website for additional training offerings. Modernism Week 2017 – Palm Springs, February 19-26 Palm Springs will once again host the annual Modernism Week, February 19-26, 2017. The week offers a variety of sessions, tours, and special events highlighting California’s modern heritage and resources. State Historical Resources Commission Meetings for 2017 February 3 – Sacramento May 10 – Pasadena July 28 – TBD October 27 – TBD Learn More about Commission meetings, actions, and responsibilities From: Save Our Heritage Organisation Events Calendar Irving Gill Tours January 15 & February 19 · 10:30am-3pm Join our expert docents as they tell you some of the stories of one of San Diego’s greatest architects, Irving Gill. See how he left his imprint on San Diego though his architecture, landscapes, and social history. With three great choices we understand if you can’t pick just one. Bring your camera and friends. …Read more Gill Exhibition Continues Irving Gill: Progress & Poetry in Architecture SOHO and 11 other museums and institutions are part of a multidisciplinary collaborative united under the title Irving Gill: New Architecture for a Great Country through March 2017. Check here for more information on our partners’ programs: IrvingJGill.org The exhibition offers insights into the genius of Gill through his creative processes, including recently discovered and previously…Read more An Easy, New Path to SOHO’s Social Media Now, there’s a quick way to stay up-to-the-electronic-minute with essential SOHO info via Facebook posts, tweets, Pinterest, and more. Visit SOHO’s home page and scroll to the bottom center. Click on Social Media Connections (above the familiar icons). This connects you to a full page of social media and clickable…Read more Nominations Sought for People In Preservation Awards Do you know of an outstanding preservation project done by special, devoted and talented people? SOHO invites you to nominate individuals, couples, teams, etc., for our annual People In Preservation Awards, to be announced in May, National Preservation Month. Decades ago, SOHO members created these awards, which have become the…Read more ADVOCACY Balboa Park Watch SOHO Files Suit to Stop Controversial Balboa Park Project Save Our Heritage Organisation has filed a lawsuit in Superior Court to stop the controversial Balboa Park Plaza de Panama Project citing violations of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The $79 million construction of a massive bypass bridge, roads and paid-parking garage would irreparably damage the…Read more SOHO Supports Chicano Park National Historic Landmark Designation SOHO extends a big thank you to Congressman Juan Vargas (CA-51), who introduced the Chicano Park Preservation Act (H. R. 3711) in the House of Representatives last year. This bill mandates a thorough study of the park, which is currently listed on the National Register, to evaluate its…Read more Don Diego Clock Tower – A Beloved Icon is Threatened The Don Diego clock tower at the Del Mar Fairgrounds is slated for demolition in early 2017 due to a 성형외과 진료시간 10-year-old historical assessment that doesn’t recognize the cultural and architectural significance of this outstanding Googie style modernist resource. A highly visible and popular meeting place of generations of Del Mar Fairgrounds visitors, it has…Read more Landmark Events in Mexican and Latino Historic Preservation Preservation of Mexican and American Latino history and culture marked important strides in November 2016. The Tijuana Historical Archive marked its 15th anniversary in a ceremony attended by political officials and members of the cultural community; and Latinos in Heritage Conservation (LHC) held their second…Read more Great Preservation News from Washington, D.C. All of us and the National Park Service got a magnificent gift from Congress in December 2016. In a laudable show of bipartisan support that is of significance to preservationists, Congress passed the National Park Service Centennial Act. It provides NPS with the funding and tools to promote and protect the 가슴보형물 종류 natural, …Read more Help Shape the Statewide Preservation Plan In December, we encouraged you to respond to a California Office of Historic Preservation survey for your input on the next Statewide Historic Preservation Plan. The deadline has been extended until Monday, January 16. The current Statewide Plan expires at the end of 2017 and is to be replaced by a new…Read more From: California Historical Society Movie + Panel: Brewers by the Bay-The History of Beer in SF Thursday, February 16, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Come out for this special screening of a new documentary on the history of SF craft beer, with a panel discussion featuring the filmmaker Jared Stutts, ThirstyBear brewer Brenden Dobel, Author of San Francisco Beer: A History of Brewing by the Bay Bill Yennie, and Historian Tom Jacobs. Film Screening + 코성형 보형물 종류 Tasting: Brewers by the Bay-The History of Beer in SF Saturday, February 18, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join us for the second public showing of the Brewers by the Bay and enjoy a complimentary specialty beer tastings from several San Francisco breweries and snacks after the film! Executive Order 9066 Thursday, February 23, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More Join us as we look back and celebrate CHS’s landmark 1972 exhibition and book of historic photographs, Executive Order 9066. The first exhibition devoted to the exploration of the World War II incarceration of Japanese American citizens and people of Japanese descent, the exhibition premiered at San Francisco’s Legion of Honor and UC Berkeley’s University Art Museum before traveling nationally. Our program will include individuals and descendants of those who visited the exhibition along with the curator of the 코 보형물 종류 Dorothea Lange collection at the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA). ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

Bi-Weekly Update - March 17

Hello CCPHers, Here are some interesting history events happening soon in California 리프팅 as well as articles pertaining to history. In other news: CCPH members can now renew their memberships by using the new PayPal option on the CCPH website. Credit cards and checks are all accepted forms of payment. For more information about renewing your membership, visit our “Join Us” web page here. 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 ccph@csus.edu. Thank you for your continuous support! From: California Historical Society The Mission Book Discussion Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 6:00 PM California Historical Society, San Francisco Learn More The Mission District’s famous public murals are works of art that depict Latin American culture, resistance to political oppression, passion for environmental justice, and outrage at gentrification. Join Dick Evans, photographer and author of The Mission; Carla Wojczuk creator of These Walls Speak: PLACA; and Susan Cervantes, founder 리팅성형외과 of Precita Eyes Muralists Association for a panel discussion featuring the Mission’s history and culture and the artists who have created these colorful neighborhood compositions. Women of the 60s Counterculture: Planting the Seeds of Liberation Wednesday, May 24, 2017, 5:30 PM San Francisco Public Library, Koret Auditorium Learn More Join California Historical Society at the San Francisco Public Library Koret Auditorium for an engaging conversation centered on the rich stories of women from the 1960s Counterculture. Hear stories connected to why and how they created or participated in the counterculture, on sexism and misogyny and how they responded, and suggestions and thoughts for future generations. Speakers: Denise Kaufman, Delia Moon, Judy Goldhaft, Alexandra Jacopetti Hart, Salli Rasberry. Moderated by Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo. The Summer of Love Highlights The California Historical Society has joined with San Francisco Travel to organize and promote efforts related to the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love, the transformative moment in 1967 that forever changed, San Francisco, California and the World. Information on the 50th Anniversary can be found at our new public 리프팅 효과 history site www.summerof.love. Each week, we will present highlights from the anniversary and the website in this newsletter. Arts Commission Poster Series brings the Summer of Love to Market Street Last year the San Francisco Arts Commission engaged three artists to create new works of art that examine the 1967 Summer of Love. The resulting new works will be displayed throughout 2017 as part of the popular Art of Market Street Poster Series. The first in the series, The Zeitgeist by Deborah Aschheim, features highly detailed pen and ink drawings of the people and events that defined 1967. Learn More From: Richmond Museum of History New Exhibition NOW OPEN HOW WORLD WAR I CHANGED RICHMOND Marking the centennial of the United States involvement in the Great War, the new exhibit at the Richmond Museum of History reveals the stories of Richmond people and institutions that were forever changed by World War I. Tour the exhibit with the Curator on April 22, May 20 and June 17, 2017 at 2:00 PM. For more information call (510) 235-7387 and ask for Melinda or Evelyn. Made possible with the support of the ClaraBelle Hamilton Fund at the San Francisco Foundation. RELATED PUBLIC PROGRAMS AT THE MUSEUM April 8, 2017 2:00 PM Karen English, Prof. of English, SJSU Lecture “American Poetry of World War I” $5 adults Richmond Museum of History 400 Nevin Ave Richmond, 리프팅 비용 CA 94802 May 6, 2017 2:00 PM Salvatore Compagno, President World War I Historical Association Lecture “Why American became involved in World War I” $5 adults Richmond Museum of History 400 Nevin Ave Richmond, CA 94802 June 3, 2017 2:00 Susan Anderson, Curator & Founder of Memory House Lecture “World War I, Resistance and the New Negro in California” $20 for Lecture & Reception Richmond Museum of History 400 Nevin Ave Richmond, CA 94802 Visit www.richmondmuseum.org for more information about the Museum and our programs. From: Ontario Museum of History & Art Highlights from the Collection: Millard Sheets and Friends Sunday, March 19, 2017 (2:00pm to 3:30pm) Free Admission Explore the artwork of artists from the era of Millard Sheets. Join staff from the Ontario Museum of History & Art and the Chaffey Community Museum of Art for a discussion of artwork from both collections. In the Public Eye: Bus Tour of Millard Sheets’ Public Art Saturday, March 25, 2017 (10:00am to 12:30pm) Join the Museum for a bus tour highlighting the former studio of Millard Sheets in Claremont and locations in the surrounding region, with a tour led by 민트실리프팅 Claremont Heritage. Tour begins at the Ontario Museum of History & Art. Seating is limited. Bus tour fee is $18. Ontario Museum of History & Art Gallery Hours: Noon to 4pm; Thursday-Sunday Free Admission Reservations Required for Programs/Workshops (909)395-2510 www.ontarioca.gov/museum From: Save Our Heritage Organisation Fundraiser to Benefit Uptown Hillcrest History Guild, one of SOHO’s most effective community partners, invites you to an Uptown Plan Legal Defense Fundraiser on Sunday, March 19 between 1 and 3pm at 3065 Third Avenue (at Redwood Street). SOHO has joined Mission Hills Heritage in a legal challenge to this seriously flawed plan, which went into effect in San Diego on February 6. Read the Preservation Action Alert. The Uptown Community Plan Update puts in serious jeopardy historic Hillcrest. The historic neighborhoods of Mission Hills, Bankers Hill/Park West, University Heights, and Middletown will also be gravely affected. The Guild will generously match donations up to $7,500 at the fundraiser for a total of $15,000. The organizers urge you to attend: “If you love Hillcrest, bring a blank check to attend (fill it in before you leave), along with questions and your support to oppose the Uptown Community Plan Update. Or send a check to the Hillcrest History Guild, 3065 Third Avenue #3, San Diego, CA 92103, and please note Legal Defense Fund in the memo. “Please join the Hillcrest History Guild in raising funds to oppose this deficient plan, which, if implemented, would leave our beloved Hillcrest with a gaping hole in the historic center and commercial core.” For more information, email info@HillcrestHistory.org or call (619) 298-0779. The Hillcrest History Guild, SOHO, and Mission Hills Heritage thank you. Date: Sunday, March 19, 2017 Time: 1-3pm Location: 3065 Third Avenue (at Redwood Street) San Diego, CA 92103 ————————————————— California Council for the Promotion of History Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
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