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What’s New

Oral History Curriculum Available!
The Northern Arizona Writing Project at Northern Arizona University has completed a grade 6-12 curriculum based on the Ecological Oral Histories project. It's being tested by middle-school and high-school teachers at schools in several northern Arizona communities, and is available for download here.

Slide Rock and Oak Creek Canyon
Recollections from Slide Rock orchardist Tom Pendley form part of a story on Oak Creek Canyon in the May issue of Mountain Living magazine. Pick it up free around Flagstaff, or get more information here.



Celebrating the Power of Stories
An evening about stories and how they echo the land around us

Come join us on April 21 as we celebrate the opening of our new exhibit at the Pioneer Museum in Flagstaff.

Featuring

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Timothy Egan
Winner of the National Book Award for The Worst Hard Time
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for The New York Times
Author of the new book The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire That Saved America

Vernon Masayesva
Executive director, Black Mesa Trust
Former chairman, Hopi Tribe

Wink Crigler
X Diamond Ranch, Eager, Arizona
Designated as an Arizona Culturekeeper by the
Arizona Historical Foundation

Wednesday, April 21
7 p.m.
Coconino Center for the Arts
2300 North Fort Valley Road
Flagstaff
Admission free

Exhibit on view April 21 at the Pioneer Museum
2340 North Fort Valley Road
Free admission 5 to 7 p.m.

This event is supported by funding from:
Arizona Humanities Council
Pioneer Museum/Arizona Historical Society
State of Arizona Technology and Research Initiative Fund
NAU Master of Arts in Sustainable Communities Program
NAU School of Communication
NAU Ecological Restoration Institute
NAU Honors Program
NAU Program in Community, Culture and Environment


Northern Arizona University Arizona Humanities Council Arizona Historical Society
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