Monthly Archives: March 2012

Women’s History Month: The Girl Scouts of Wyoming

March is Women’s History Month and 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America.   What better way to recognize Women’s History  month than by highlighting one of the organizations that strives to empower … Continue reading

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Roger Q. Williams, American Aviation Pioneer

A finding aid for the previously unprocessed Roger Q. Williams papers has been created. Williams (1894-1976) was an early aviator and barnstormer of the 20thcentury. He is perhaps best known for his flight with Lewis Yancey from Old Orchard Beach, … Continue reading

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W. Dale Nelson at the AHC, March 22 @ 3pm!

W. Dale Nelson, Wyoming author, will talk about and sign his latest book, The Imprint of Alan Swallow: Quality Publishing in the West, on March 22, 3:00 p.m., at the UW American Heritage Center. –Vicki Schuster, Graphic Designer

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Free cash money! Papers wanted.

The UW American Heritage Center announces the Award for Undergraduate Research Using Primary Sources. As your midterm papers come due and your final research papers start to take shape, keep the following opportunity in mind. Each semester the AHC offers … Continue reading

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Niobrara Shale Oil Play Oral History Project

Many oral history projects that deal with energy development’s effects on a community do interviews either while the development is occurring or months or years after the fact.  This project turns the tables on that notion.  What about the expectations … Continue reading

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A Red Carpet Collection

Those of you who watched the Oscars recently might have found yourselves wondering what it is like to hold the most coveted award in Hollywood. Well readers, question no longer! The AHC is pleased to count, among the many informative … Continue reading

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