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UP History Conference

by on June 27, 2013
Flier for the UP History Conference (Image courtesy of the Historical Society of Michigan)

Flier for the UP History Conference (Image courtesy of the Historical Society of Michigan)

This is just a reminder that the UP History Conference kicks off tomorrow with site tours at various Copper Country Heritage sites.  Also, the conference will accept walk-in registrations for the Saturday lecture sessions.  Please see the following announcement, which is courtesy of the Historical Society of Michigan.

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Walk-in registrations are welcome for Saturday breakout sessions at this weekend’s 2013 Upper Peninsula History Conference in Houghton. A registration table will be open from 12-4pm Friday, June 28 at the Magnuson Franklin Square Inn Lobby (820 Shelden Ave., Houghton) and from 8am-12pm Saturday, June 29 at MTU’s Memorial Union Building (1503 Townsend Drive, Houghton). Meal tickets are not available.  Admission for Saturday-only (which does not include the Saturday evening awards banquet) is $79 for HSM members and $109* for non-members. A discount on conference registration is available to Houghton County residents in honor of our host institution.

This year’s conference is hosted and sponsored by the Michigan Technological University Archives and Copper Country Historical Collections. In addition to our lead sponsor, the conference is also sponsored by the Houghton County Historical Society, Keweenaw National Historical Park, and Quincy Mine Hoist Association.

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