Monthly Archives: November 2010

AHC Hosts Teaching American History Grant Workshop

The American Heritage Center and the Cowboy Coalition from Natrona County School District recently collaborated on a three-day teacher workshop designed to demonstrate the use of primary documents in the teaching of American history and government in grades 4-12.  The … Continue reading

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AHC Hosts Regional Archival Conference

On Friday, October 15th, the AHC hosted the Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists’  2010 fall conference. The title of the conference was “Archives: Outreach in the Modern Era” and the conference focused on the variety of ways that archivists can … Continue reading

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New UW Initiative Honors Wallop, Aims to Educate on Democracy

 Whether through statesmanship, discourse or love of state and country, Malcolm Wallop has been a symbol for democracy throughout his remarkable political and public service career.  A newly-created University of Wyoming initiative, founded by a group of former Wallop staffers … Continue reading

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Black 14 Panel Discussion Reaches Wyoming High School Students

The AHC’s Alan K. Simpson Institute for Western Politics and Leadership held a panel discussion of participants from the Black 14 incident that occurred at the University in 1969. The panel occurred on September 22, 2010 and is available for … Continue reading

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