Date(s) - 03/07/2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Seattle Public Library - Downtown
Given the developing situation with the COVID-19 disease, and based on recommendations from King County Public Health and the University of Washington, the Pacific Northwest Historians Guild has POSTPONED this event until a later date to be determined. Please see the website for more information.
The Pacific Northwest Historians Guild presents People, Politics and Place as the theme of this day-long conference. Hear regional historians discuss subjects ranging from Women’s Suffrage,
Native American Rights & Identities, Union & Immigrant Rights, Asian & Asian-American Political Influence, Regional Military Impact, Trail & Parks Activism, and Researching & Writing History.
Keynote Speaker: Knute Berger
Nazis, Lynchings, and the Lash Law: Why the Northwest
Must Face – and Embrace – its Dark Side
Admission is Free
Registration is open at this link.