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History Day Educators are invited to sign up for free hands-on workshops to be hosted this summer in Bellevue, Bellingham and Ellensburg. These two-part workshops (registration required) are offered by the Washington State Archives and WWU's Center for Pacific Northwest Studies.
Bellingham sessions will be held on Wednesday July 27 (10:00 – Noon) and Thursday August 4 (9:00 – 12:00) at the Goltz-Murray Archives Building.
Attendees will learn more about archival resources and research, and engage in a fun "hands-on" exercise with primary and secondary sources about women’s role in movements for change and reform. Workshop participants will work with archival documents from groups including the YWCA of Bellingham, American Association of University Women and local chapters of the League of Women Voters and National Organization for Women. Example: Women's Role in Movements: Primary Source
Workshops are free (5 credit hours available), and each will be held in two sessions.
See attached flyer (PDF) for more details and registration information.