2019 Annual Meeting Resources

Local History is American History

2019 Ohio Local History Alliance Annual Meeting

Meeting Schedule and Brochure

Business Meeting Minutes

Pre-Conference Workshop

Tyler Swinney – Introduction to NAGPRA and NAGPRA at the Cincinnati Museum Center

Keynote Address

Indians in the Attic and Basement – Nekole Alligood, Delaware Nation

Resources from Sessions

Native American Consultation: Insights from a 50+ Year Bridge Project – Jason Watkins, Archaeologist/Tribal Liaison, Ohio Department of Transportation

How to Win an Ohio Historical Marker – Andy Verhoff, Team Lead, Local History Services, & Laura Russell, Historical Marker Coordinator, Ohio History Connection

Ohio Women’s Suffrage Centennial – Megan Wood, Cultural Resources Division Director, Ohio History Connection

Working Towards Community-Engaged Research with American Indian Tribes – Christine Thompson, Archaeologist, Ball State University

Grant Management Basics – Jennifer Souers Chevraux, Illumine Creative Solutions, LLC

Collections Care for Archaeological Objects – Brian G. Redmond, John Otis Hower Chair and Curator of Archaeology, Cleveland Museum of Natural History; and Juli Six, Assistant Curator of Archaeology, Ohio History Connection

Ohio. Find it Here. – Matt MacLaren, Director, Tourism Ohio

Deaccessioning 101 –  Jessica Sells, Assistant Registrar, and Dr. Becky Preiss Odom, History Curator/Manager; Ohio History Connection

Navigating Complex Issues in Modern Archival Collections: Privacy and Copyright (SOA)—Virginia Dressler and Cindy Kristof, Kent State University

Rethinking Community Connection –  Ben Anthony, Community Engagement Coordinator, Ohio History Connection; and Malik Moore, Community Impact Professional

Introducing American Indian Cultures to Grade School Students –  Kathy Creighton, Executive Director, Butler County Historical Society

Making Living History Live! – Kyle Yoho, Education Director, The Castle Historic House Museum

Women at King Records – M. Christine Anderson, Co-Director, Xavier University Public History Program; and Sue Plummer, Ohio History Service Corps Alumni

Human Resources for Small Museums – Bethany Hobbs, Business Manager, and Liz Schultz, Executive Director, Oberlin Heritage Center

Myths and Misconceptions about Ohio’s Ancient American Indian Heritage: Hopeless Malarkey or Teachable Moments? – Brad Lepper, Curator of Archaeology, Ohio History Connection; Jennifer Bush, Director, The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

Relevance: Is Not a Dirty Word Part II – Terrie Puckett, Executive Director, The Grail in the US; Greg Palumbo, Executive Director, Lakewood Historical Society