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Nov
'Digging Into The Past' Lecture Series Features Archaeology Talk - CapeNews.net
A visiting assistant professor at Bridgewater State University in the Department of Anthropology, Dr. Mires has led and worked on more than 30 maritime archaeology projects around the world, including Greek and Roman shipwrecks and harbors, Sweden's ...
Source:  CapeNews.net

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17
Nov
Curator To Give Gallery Talk On Landscapes, Still Lives - CapeNews.net
Exhibitions curator Michael A. Giaquinto has mined gifts from CCMoA's collection with an eye to the images, compositions and perspective of the works. In a Gallery Talk on November 24 coinciding with the museum's show "Grateful for Gifts: Landscapes ...
Source:  CapeNews.net

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17
Nov
Tri-City museums begin food donation competition - KSNB Local 4
(KSNB) - Across Tri-City museums this month is a charitable competition has just begun. The Kearney Archway, Grand Island Stuhr Museum, and Hastings Museum are all competing in their annual Food Fight. They aren't throwing food, but are trying to see ...
Source:  City museums begin food donation competition

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17
Nov
Rob Hedelt: Unique center provides park service and others with workers trained in historic preservation - Fredericksburg.com
Melissa Cobern, superintendent at the George Washington Birthplace National Monument, called the Training Center a tremendous asset, one that supplies teams with historic preservation training in carpentry, architecture, masonry, wood-crafting and ...
Source:  Fredericksburg.com

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17
Nov
Group Seeks Landmark Designation — For Historic Buildings - The Missourian
... Monday voted to recommend the city council pass a resolution designating the buildings through the "historic local landmark" mechanism, which prohibits them from demolition before review by the Washington Historic Preservation Commission (WHPC).
Source:  The Missourian

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17
Nov
Historic Preservation Board plans to salvage Carey Building keepsakes - Wyoming Tribune
CHEYENNE - There's no saving the Carey Building now. The 142-year-old structure, wracked with mold, asbestos and pigeon droppings, will meet the wrecking ball in February to make way for a new city court facility. But the Cheyenne Historic Preservation ...
Source:  Wyoming Tribune

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17
Nov
Grow your business like an anthropologist - Fin24
According to the Harvard Business Review, the average business spends three times more on their sales training and sales enablement than they do on their media spend or marketing efforts. This means companies are spending far more on enabling sales ...
Source:  Fin24

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17
Nov
Letters: Bob Andrade: Historian's contributions to Commentary are excellent - The Providence Journal
Just having finished Patrick T. Conley's latest contribution to the Commentary pages ("We've always debated America's meaning," Nov. 14), I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank him for all of his extremely interesting and informative ...
Source:  The Providence Journal

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17
Nov
Presidential historian proudly shares the personal side of presidents past - WBNG-TV
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- A presidential scholar visited Binghamton on Saturday to not only shed light on the personal side of a former president, but to display part of his more than 8,000 item collection as well. Larry Cook received a Lincoln-Kennedy ...
Source:  WBNG

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17
Nov
Laura Ingalls Wilder historian visits Dassel History Center - Crow River Media
Historian Melanie Stringer, who gives first-person historical interpretations of the author, visited the History Center to give a presentation as a not-yet-famous Wilder. In 1898, Wilder was married to Almanzo Wilder and had an 11-year-old daughter, Rose.
Source:  Crow River Media

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