Fonds 34-1997 - 1995 Northern Great Plains History Conference fonds

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1995 Northern Great Plains History Conference fonds

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CA MCK 34-1997

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  • 1994-1995 (Creation)

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30 cm textual records

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In 1995 the History Department at Brandon University hosted the Northern Great Plains History Conference, held annually at a university in the northern plains region of Canada or the United States. Two-hundred and fifty conference registrants and presenters participated in sixty sessions on a wide range of subjects of interest to historians of the northern great plains.

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This fonds was assembled by members of the History Department of Brandon University chaired in 1995 by Professor James Naylor. It was accessioned in 1997 by the McKee Archives.

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This fonds includes vitae for presenters and abstracts relating to each paper presented at the conference. Fonds also includes copies of the program, and related administrative records for the conference. Principal themes of conference sessions included Aboriginal history, twentieth century African-American history, gender history, imperialism, the history of Canadian settlement, and the history of labor in Canada.

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Researchers are responsible for observing Canadian copyright restrictions.

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