History Network

Please Join us in the History Network this year.

A part of the Annual DC Historical Studies Conference


The Network will be held on Friday, November 4 starting at 12:30-2:00pm;
in the main hall at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.

As in previous years we have tables for organizations to have a representative and literature–somebody to tell conference attendees what is going on with your institution, program, or group and why folks should join or participate.
Fliers can be left for the duration of the conference for attendees to take.

The History Network (previously known as the History Marketplace) has been the opportunity for organizations involved in documenting, preserving, and presenting the history of Washington, D.C. to be in the same room together so they might see what each other is doing, and so that conference attendees can easily and conveniently see the broad sweep of historically related projects, initiatives, and institutions.

Who: History-related organizations
What: History Network
When: November 4, 2011, 12:30 pm
Where: Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
Why: Showcase your organization and its programs

If you are interested in participating in the History Network (or have any
questions), please RSVP/contact Jason Moore by email at jasonr.moore@dc.gov
(or email dchistoricalstudies@gmail.com)

A sampling of past participants:

Anacostia Watershed Society
Capitol Fire Museum
Catholic Historical Society
College Park Aviation Museum
Cultural Tourism DC
DC Preservation League
Dumbarton House
EHT Traceries
George Washington University Special Collections
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington
Tudor Place
Washingtoniana Division, DCPL


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