Tuesday, August 1, 2017

44th Annual Montana History Conference

September 21-23, 2017, Helena, Montana

Source: Montana Historical Society,  http://mhs.mt.gov/

This is an example of a marvelous sharing opportunity.  Some may have interests in this area, or the subject material may benefit everyone.

Made in Montana”, Business tour, such as sawmills, factories, clay manufacturing, etc.
“Teaching the Progressive Era and World War I”, 
Focus for teachers on issues, ideas, strategies to assist teachers understanding of this era.
Keeping it All in the Family”, Promoting genealogical resources in archival collections. Teaching research techniques, online databases, and much more.
“Show me the Money! How to Secure Grant Money for History Projects"
Practical instructions and tools to succeed at writing grants.

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