I’m very much looking forward to our upcoming History on Location program at Fort Vancouver. If you haven’t yet reserved a seat, contact me soon: They’re going fast!
Presented by the Center for Columbia River History
March 6, 2010, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
E.B. Hamilton Hall, Red Cross Building
605 Barnes Road New Location! The Grant House – 1101 Officers Row
Dr. Katrine Barber, Director, Center for Columbia River History
Dr. Richard Etulain, Professor Emeritus, University of New Mexico
Greg Shine, Chief Ranger & Historian, Fort Vancouver National Site
Donna Sinclair, Program Manager, Center for Columbia River History
9:00 Introduction, Neither North Nor South – Dr. Katrine Barber
9:30 Historical Perspectives Tea Party: Developing Historical Empathy
10:30 The Civil War and the American West – Dr. Richard Etulain
11:30 Role Play: What did the Civil War mean to different groups?
12:00 Lunch Break
12:40 Lincoln and the Oregon Country – Dr. Richard Etulain
1:15 Fort Vancouver in the Civil War – Greg Shine, NPS
2:00 On Location: Re-visiting Fort Vancouver with Greg Shine and Donna Sinclair
3:15 Question and Answer – Greg Shine
3:30 Considering Classroom Implementation