SW Migration History

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For the 2014 teacher scholar collaboration, the Northern Arizona History Academy Teaching American History (NAHA TAH) program convened a teacher-scholar symposium on Southwest migration history in Santa Fe, New Mexico April 25-27, 2014. The symposium was a collaborative effort between NAHA TAH, the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Western Region (TPS), and the Western History Association (WHA).

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“Search for Arms–Mexican Border,” c.a. 1910-1915, Library of Congress American Memory

The symposium drew together scholars from eight institutions, and teachers from Arizona Schools (at Flagstaff Unified School District, Williams School District, and Northland Preparatory Academy). Professor Jason Chang, University of Connecticut, Storrs, and Mark Johnson, a teacher at Concordia International School Shanghai, China participated in programs prior to the Santa Fe event. They showcased their collaborative work that they presented at the WHA in 2013.

Santa Fe Participants
Santa Fe Participants

For a biographical list of participants at the Santa Fe symposium,

please see the participant page on this website. To join the conversation, meet us on the TPS Teachers Network.

 

Here are a few pictures from the Santa Fe Symposium

 

 

For the old photo displayed above, click here  “Search for Arms–Mexican Border,” c.a. 1910-1915, Library of Congress American Memory

 

 

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