The 2013 Conference on New York State History
The Conference on New York State History accepts registrations through the RegOnline program. Please follow this link to register:
Early Bird Rate:
(paid by May 15) Full Conference (6/6-6/8) $70 member* / $90 non-member
Full Conference (6/6-6/8) $95 member* / $115 non-member
$30 member* / $40 non-member
*Member rates apply to members of NYSHA, APT, and APHNYS
What is the Conference?
The Conference on New York State History is an annual meeting of academic and public historians, librarians, archivists, educators, publishers, and other interested individuals who come together to discuss topics and issues related to the people of New York State in historical perspective and to share information and ideas regarding historical research, programming, and the collaboration of resources and services.
The 2013 Conference will highlight the latest research on New York History and culture, including presentations on civil war, urban history, and popular culture. The conference also includes talks by leading authors. This year, Walter Stahr will speak on his 2012 biography of William Seward and the annual Wendell Tripp Lecture in New York State History will be presented by Laurence Hauptman speaking on Susan Fenimore Cooper and the Oneida Indians.
Please see the Conference Schedule for more details.
The New York State Historical Association is proud to sponsor the Conference in collaboration with the New York State Archives Partnership Trust.
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