Wednesday, May 30, 2012
A unique experience is being held in Denver, Colorado June 29-30. Sponsored by Teaching with Primary Sources at Metro State, History Colorado, Colorado Humanities, Denver Post Educational Services, Metro State’s One World, One Water Center, and the Theodore Roosevelt Center, a symposium is being held to discuss current water issues in the context of decisions made during the time of Theodore Roosevelt. Historians Clay Jenkinson, Patricia Limerick and Elliott West will be featured along with Thomas Andrews, Justice Greg Hobbs, Matthew Makley, Amber Tafoya and Sid Wilson.
Friday hosts all day workshop for Educators who wish to learn how to use primary sources in the classroom through the Library of Congress and Theodore Roosevelt Center digital collections. Friday night is An Evening with Theodore Roosevelt to be held at the brand new History Colorado Center and will feature Clay Jenkinson in the costume and character of Theodore Roosevelt. Saturday is an all-day symposium event which will be a day long exploration into Water in the West through the eyes of Theodore Roosevelt.
These events are open to the public with fees and you should register soon! For more information or to register, visit http://www.historycolorado.org/theodore-roosevelt-and-water-west or call 303-866-4686.
See Flyer for Event (PDF)