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Sessions for the 61st Annual Utah State History Conference will be
held September 6, 2013, at the historic Rio Grande Depot, and on
September 7, 2013, at a day of sessions sponsored by Fort Douglas
Military Museum. The public is invited to submit proposals for papers,
sessions, or presentations exploring Utah's past.
Priority will be given to submissions that reflect this year's theme,
which is “The Making of Place.”
Click here for more details. Proposals for individual papers or sessions should be submitted by May 15, 2013.
Compiled by Craig Fuller, Historian, Utah State Historical Society.
Articles and books that deal with the Civil War in the West, including pertinent articles prior to, during, and after the Civil War in Utah; including Indian relations, Compromise of 1850, military activities, slavery, and states rights.