Missouri Valley History Conference
"For fifty years the Missouri Valley History Conference has been an annual rite of spring for the midwestern historical community. Founded and organized by the [University of Nebraska at Omaha] Department of History, the conference is the longest standing professional gathering of historians in our region. With panels on all time periods of history, from the classical era to the modern, and with all topical emphases, from political history to newer social and cultural approaches, the conference allows scholars to exchange ideas and advance historical knowledge."--From University of Nebraska at Omaha Department of History Missouri Valley History Conference website http://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-arts-and-sciences/history/mvhc/index.php (retrieved on 7/13/2015).
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Scope and Contents The Missouri Valley History Conference (MVHC) is an annual history conference organized by the University of Nebraska at Omaha Department of History. The first conference took place in 1958, and the collection includes conference records from 1958 to the present. Materials include conference programs, announcements, correspondence, information about individual sessions, material from UNO history professor Oliver Pollak, and miscellaneous material. The collection is primarily paper with one...
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Scope and Contents Much of this collection includes materials generated by Professor Pollak during his historical research and through his association with the Missouri Valley History Conference. Also included are materials from the Winchell Lecture Series sponsored by the UNO Department of History.