2017 Annual Meeting Resources

History Matters!

Ohio Local History Alliance Annual Meeting 2017

Meeting Schedule and Brochure

Resources from Sessions

Moving Beyond 1922: Understanding Public Domain and Copyright from 1923-1963 (Society of Ohio Archivists Session)
Jenni Salamon, Ohio Digital Newspaper Coordinator, Ohio History Connection

Introduction to the National Register of Historic Places
Barbara Powers, DSHPO for Inventory & Registration, Ohio History Connection

Family Treasures in Transition: Become a Relevant Resource for Collectors at a Crossroads
Jennifer Souers Chevraux, Education & Institutional Advancement Officer, ICA-Art Conservation

AAM’s Collections Care White Paper: What It Means for Your Museum
Cameron Wood, Ohio History Connection

The Digital Public Library of America and You (Society of Ohio Archivists Session)
Jen Johnson, DPLA Project Coordinator, State Library of Ohio

Researching and Interpreting the Underground Railroad
Déanda Johnson, PhD, Midwest Regional Coordinator for the National Park Service Network to Freedom Program

Documenting Our Doughboys: Commemorating the World War 1 Centennial in Summit County
Victor Fleischer, University Archivist, The University of Akron; Leianne Neff-Heppner, President and CEO, Summit County Historical Society; Toivo Motter, Director of Education, Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens; David Lieberth, Former Deputy Mayor for the City of Akron; Rebecca Larson-Troyer, Special Collections Divison, Akron-Summit County Public Library

LGBT History Matters!
Nancy Yerian, Independent Historian; Ben Anthony, Community Engagement Coordinator, Ohio History Connection; Eric Feingold, History Curator, Ohio History Connection

The Highland County Gist Settlement: Public Archaeology, Manumission and a 19th-Century African-American Community
Jarrod Burks, Director of Geophysical Surveys, Ohio Valley Archaeology

ColoredConventions.org and Historical Research on Race in the City
M. Christine Anderson, Associate Professor of History, Xavier University; Nancy Yerian, Independent Historian

Inreach and Outreach: Letting People Know You Exist!
Collette McDonough, Archivist, Kettering Foundation; Natalie Fritz, Curator of Library and Archives, Clark County Historical Society; Bill Stolz, Archivist for Reference and Outreach, Wright State University

Sharing Our Stories: An Introduction to Oral History
Donna DeBlasio, Professor and Director, Center for Applied History, Youngstown State University

15 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Excel
Nancy Yerian, Independent Historian; Leann Rich, External Relations Manager, Mahoning Valley Historical Society; Amy Rohmiller, AmeriCorps Coordinator, Ohio History Connection

Exhibit Case Nuts and Bolts
Christy Davis, Registrar, Pro Football Hall of Fame

Making a Day of It: Hosting a National History Day Field Trip at Your Site
Shoshanna Gross, State Coordinator, Ohio History Day, Ohio History Connection; Liz Plummer, Outreach Reference Librarian, Ohio History Connection

Historic Buildings as Artifacts
Nathan A Bevil, Community Planning & Preservation Manager, Ohio History Connection

Practical Tips for Creating a Local History Program for 3rd Grade
Laurie Schaefer, Diane Williams, and Susan Logan, Delaware County Historical Society

Marketing in the 21st Century
Mary Lawrence, Marketing Director, Fairfield Heritage Association; Ann Lowder, Director, Robbins Hunter Museum

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