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History Cafe Message Board › Watch the History Cafe online!!

Watch the History Cafe online!!

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Hi History Buffs!

Have you checked out our online recording of our monthly History Cafés? Now you can watch fantastic presentations from our local historians and experts online, as well as casual and engaging dialogue between the speakers and other history buffs. Now, you never have to miss a thing from our history café and can easily share your enthusiasm for history.

Peter Blecha and Cassandra Tate weaved together the disparate stories of American history and its people from the tragic Dust Bowl era, the creative and political workings of Woody Guthrie and Northwest Music. Check it out at­.

Olympic National Park Network Anthropologist, Jacilee Wray talked about the development and impact of the Civilian Conversation Corps on various arenas of American life and environmental issues. Check out the full presentation at­.

Paula Becker and Alan Stein, authors of Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: Washington’s First World’s Fair: A Timeline History, shared stories of those who witnessed the AYPE and discussed the historical influence and significance it had for Seattle as a growing metropolis. Get a peek into a formative period of Seattle’s rich history at­.
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