NCPH Working Group 3
National Council of Public History Annual Meeting
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Case 1: “Finding Common Ground Between Interpreters and Historians”
Case 2: “We Found the Common Ground: Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site”
Case 3: “Social History, Rebel Soldiers and Slavery: Interpretation / Scholarship at National Military Parks”
Case 4: “Observations of an Independent Historian of National Park Interpretation”
Case 5: "Why is There So Little History of the Parks in the Parks"
Case 6: "Stepping Back From Education"
Case 7: "Resolving 'Interpretive Conflict' between the Geological and Human Time Scales at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument"
Case 8: "Park Rangers: Challenges to Working The Historians' Ground"
Case 9: "Roads for the Modern Tourist"
Case 10: "Interpreting the History of the Homestead Act from Multiple Perspectives"
Did You Know?
Parts of three different Native American nations lived in the Blackstone River Valley: the Nipmuc, the Wampanoag and the Narragansett. Members of each of these nations, along with other Native Americans, still live here today.