The start of our modern world can be traced to the outcomes from World War I. Discover what role our region played in ending the conflict. “Cease fire” was in 1918. Local impacts lasted to 1919, and beyond.
Conference Co-sponsor: The Veterans Museum at Balboa Park
TIME to REGISTER! for March 3 & 4, 2017!
THE GREAT WAR, FROM A LOCAL PERSPECTIVE.
2-day Conference, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. $35 • ($25 seniors, $15 students & active-duty military). Children over 12 welcome to attend. REGISTER TODAY! Conference Registration.
We would like to extend a thank you to The Heritage of the Americas Museum ( located in Cuyamaca College ) and to their director Kathleen Oatsvall for the wonderful tour.
ORAL HISTORY WORKSHOP
San Diego History Center (link )
Saturday, October 29, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (30 minute break)
$15 SDHC members; $25 general admission
This introductory workshop for budding oral historians will discuss the importance of oral history and how to do it, how to select recording equipment, how to use SDHC archival resources, and how to transcribe an preserve interviews.
Taught by SDHC Oral Historian Amanda Tewes and Archivist Jane Kenealy, this workshop is perfect for those interested in starting family, community, and academic oral history projects.
The San Diego History Center and the Congress of History are co-sponsoring a special morning for all area historical societies. “Building to the Next Level: Forum for Local History Groups” will feature vital topics like building your membership and volunteer base, developing partnerships with other community players, using social media for fundraising and marketing, going after grants, and audience engagement.
Saturday, November 12, 2016
San Diego History Center
1649 El Prado, Suite #3
San Diego, CA 92101
Appreciation to the San Marcos Historical Society for graciously hosting the meeting. Tours of the Heritage Park Victorians and the outdoor education areas.
Bi-National Effort Kicks Off to Receive UNESCO World Heritage Status for El Camino Real de las Californias
El Camino Real de las Californias UNESCO Nomination Project press conference held at the historic San Diego Presidio site on October 20, 2015. (From left to right) Honorary Consul of Spain María Ángeles O’Donnell-Olson; CMF Executive Director David A. Bolton; CMF Chairman Milford Wayne Donaldson, FAIA; CAREM President Hernán Ibañez; CAREM Executive Director Zella Ibañez; and INAH B.C. Delegate Julia Bendímez.
SAN DIEGO, CA – On the site of the original Presidio in San Diego, two leading organizations dedicated to historic preservation in their respective countries announced a Bi-National Initiative to work toward earning an UNESCO World Heritage Nomination for El Camino Real de las Californias more… ( Link to Press Release via CAREM website )
The Congress of History would like to extend a thank you to Oasis for hosting our annual event and to all the wonderful speakers who made this come together.
Looking forward to our next conference in 2017.
Our annual conference starts today at Oasis in Mission Valley.
Public is welcome to attend and link below is our program for the conference.
COH Program 2016 Scoundrels Program