VIRTUAL COOK INLET HISTORICAL SOCIETY LECTURE
This event has ended. It was scheduled for 6/18/2020.
We’re Saving It for You: The Value and Importance of Archives and Museums in Alaska7 p.m. Thursday, June 18 Online via WEBEX
In response to the COVID-19 virus, the Cook Inlet Historical Society has transitioned to a free, online speaker series. See below for details and follow events on Facebook.
Local archivists and museum curators give an overview of their respective institutions archival, manuscript and museum holdings related to Alaska and the Circumpolar North. Archives also have been used in innovative and creative ways for community outreach, film documentaries and educational outreach. By emphasizing how these collections are used in research, the panelists will discuss the rich resources in the state’s archives. They will present what archives can do for you, how to best use them for personal and historical research, types of users, digital collections and success stories. Public support for archives and museums is a continuing priority of the Alaska Historical Society and the Cook Inlet Historical Society. Free. Advance registration required for this virtual talk. Online meeting details will be included in the automatic confirmation email.