Newsletters

6/20/14 – SHRA Spring 2014 Newsletter

Editor’s note:  We recently mailed our Spring 2014 newsletter.  Below you will find an expanded version of our feature article, as well as a link to the full newsletter. Environmental historians are just beginning to analyze the ties between war and the environment. SHRA’s recent finds in the archives demonstrate firsthand the significant historical impact of government…Read the Rest »

7/19/13 – SHRA’s Summer 2013 Newletter

Recently, SHRA mailed our Summer 2013 newsletter.  Our cover article was on a boat railway that was proposed in the 1880’s to help navigate the mighty Columbia river.  This article is part of our newsletter series called “Archive Archaeology,” which highlights lighter or curious finds made in the course of our research.  A link to…Read the Rest »

12/28/12: Fall 2012 Newsletter

We’re taking a break from our blog this week, but we’d like to share our Fall 2012 Newsletter for those of you who haven’t seen it before.  SHRA wishes you and yours all the best in 2013.  Happy New Year! Posted 12/28/12    

8/1/12: SHRA’s Spring 2012 Newsletter

SHRA SPRING 2012 NEWSLETTER Clink on the link above to take a look at our latest newsletter that was mailed in June. Our Facebook fans already know that the National Archives at Seattle highlighted our “Archive Archaeology” story on their Facebook page today, August 1; the story that sparked their post can be found on…Read the Rest »

4/26/12: Fall 2011 SHRA Newsletter

Fall 2011 SHRA Newsletter We are a little late posting this newsletter to our website, although it was mailed out in late December after the judge in our Baker City case handed down her decision. Testifying at this trial in October was a great experience. The judge in Pendleton, Oregon seemed to be fascinated by…Read the Rest »

3/17/2011 SHRA’s First Newsletter

1Q2011 NewsletterThanks to the help of our great new office manager, Jill Johnson, we have finally created our first newsletter.  We are hoping to provide these quarterly, giving our clients and friends an interesting peek into the archives.  Often I hear from my colleagues in academia that they just don’t have the kind of time…Read the Rest »

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