Historical Tour of the Fort Douglas National Historic Landmark Cemetery

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Join Cemetery Program Manager Amy Barry from the Utah Division of State History for a walking tour of the history of Utah’s longest-serving military post’s cemetery. Learn about who was buried there and how efforts to preserve these fragile tombstones continue.  At the end of the tour participants are welcome …

The Oljato Trading Post: Renewed Significance in the 21st Century

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In celebration of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month, the Utah State Historic Preservation Office is excited to host a series of brown bag lectures. Join us on May 27 as we welcome SHPO’s own Steve Cornell to the Utah State Archives! About the presentation: The Oljato Trading Post (from the Navajo …

An Alter-Native History of America: Music and Storytelling

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“An Alter-Native History of America” Lecture and Performance by Ed Kabotie (Hopi/Tewa) Musician and artist Ed Kabotie (Okwhua P’ing) shares the courageous stories of the people and lands of Indigenous America through art and music filled “edu-tainment” performances. Learn about Native Americans’ struggle for social, political and environmental justice, and how …

Modern Applications for Detecting Fremont Sites in Utah Valley

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In celebration of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month, the Utah State Historic Preservation Office is excited to host a series of brown bag lectures. Join us on May 20 as we welcome Jacob Jepsen of BYU! About the presentation: The high deserts and well-watered valleys of the eastern American Great Basin …