[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2016-09-09
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Fri Sep 9 14:15:23 PDT 2016
1. Latest Oregon listing in the National Register featured on Oregon Heritage Exchange blog
2. Oregon Women’s History Consortium 2017 Research Fellowships opportunity
3. Oregon Commission for Women meeting Sept 16
4. Klamath County Museum seeks lead collections assistant
5. IMLS now accepting museum grant applications for FY 2017
6. Guidelines available for Oregon Humanities 2017 Public Programs Grants
7. Newest NPS Preservation Brief available online
8. Happy Canyon Pageant and Wild West Show designated an Oregon Heritage Tradition
LATEST OREGON LISTING IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER FEATURED ON OREGON HERITAGE EXCHANGE BLOG
On September 6, 2016, the Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church in Portland was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The latest blog post<https://oregonheritage.wordpress.com/2016/09/06/latest-national-historic-register-listing-helps-preserve-portlands-african-american-civil-rights-history/> on Oregon Heritage Exchange written by Raymond Burell III details the significance of the church and its role in Portland’s civil rights history. Click on this link<https://oregonheritage.wordpress.com/2016/09/06/latest-national-historic-register-listing-helps-preserve-portlands-african-american-civil-rights-history/> to read the full post and learn about the history of this significant site.
OREGON WOMEN’S HISTORY CONSORTIUM 2017 RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS OPPORTUNITY
The Oregon Women’s History Consortium now offers two research fellowships to support scholarship that will lead to a significant contribution in the field of Oregon women’s history. Undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates should apply to the junior fellowship. Academic and independent historians and scholars should apply to the senior fellowship.
Junior Fellowship - $1,000
Senior Fellowship - $1,000
Application deadline is November 1, 2016.
For more information or to apply visit http://www.oregonwomenshistory.org/fellowship/
OREGON COMMISSION FOR WOMEN MEETING SEPT 16
Oregon Commission for Women (OCFW) meeting
Friday, September 16th, 2016, 12 pm to 3 pm
The meeting will cover nominations for OCFW Chair and Vice Chair and items of interest to the Oregon Commission for Women. This is also a notice of intent to amend OCFW Bylaws.
Public may attend the meeting at:
State Office Building in Portland
800 NE Oregon Street, Room 612
Portland, OR 97232
Dr. Lisa Dodson, Brandeis University and Lisa Wittorff, PSU Director of Services for Students with Children, about the Making College Count Initiative
Contact Nancy Kramer at nancy.kramer at oregon.gov<mailto:nancy.kramer at oregon.gov> or 503.302.9725 with any questions or requests.
KLAMATH COUNTY MUSEUM SEEKS LEAD COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT
The Klamath County Museum in Klamath Falls, Ore., has an opening for a lead collections assistant. This is a full-time position in Klamath County government with benefits, including health insurance, vacation time and a retirement plan. A degree in museum studies or a related field required. The Klamath County Museum is supported by tax revenue, donations and a private local foundation. Apply online at this website: https://klamathcounty.applicantpro.com/jobs/
IMLS NOW ACCEPTING MUSEUM GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR FY 2017
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is now accepting applications for four museum grant programs. The application deadline for each of these programs is December 1, 2016.
Notable changes in FY 2017 include increases in award amount limits for Museums for America and National Leadership Grants programs. Museums for America applicants may request awards of up to $500,000, an increase of $350,000 from last year, and National Leadership Grant applicants may request research and non-research awards of up to $1,000,000, an increase of $500,000 from last year. The Museums for America and National Leadership Grants program guidelines also include information about activities of special interest to IMLS for FY 2017.
See the IMLS website for program guidelines (notices of funding opportunities), instructions for completing applications, staff contacts, and webinar information for each museum grant program:
* Museums for America<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001cokIFWx3suq2k7U8ILNXD8sL8Q1gh1TCeWYG7guELKdyonnZ2GwylQKLWU7Hn3w2clJ45-99bYRk-AmlZw7MUZWG31XKS8oZoLXz7DObaicjlY2zn8P-jDgA-7jdJImxKWVxwzrLL6sF_tsA8PBYD08GbLwNBD6ak96aDdMEi3uQYVA2dREWxd59UJE46Odm_VcGharxueaAGhP9nzOwBw==&c=4q5XNJO_8uBHf8M6B0IeWnmSYMvvpJ1Nv_q59ktXM4NXDDkC0bKaDg==&ch=1qJH24PzAVe8unDpA7Geco2J_kus12izc5Us86rmKve9LE-B8vcb7g==>
* National Leadership Grants for Museums<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001cokIFWx3suq2k7U8ILNXD8sL8Q1gh1TCeWYG7guELKdyonnZ2GwylQKLWU7Hn3w2IhS-UvmZtEc-5CyDPSYuaL2fS55_aqEwGu5ZjEf1s91_y6DWSN0plR_BTPIc-idUobxgc3fVk3KPkhMNL8Fg8QFjIUXNUMKPgTLK7ZdaBRpdQH7y1gptpWcuc9eurL7ahkN0c18PkaqA10LEesGv3LDh8uAHJBcRA7pWfeEWiOvNSLpmKklGKg==&c=4q5XNJO_8uBHf8M6B0IeWnmSYMvvpJ1Nv_q59ktXM4NXDDkC0bKaDg==&ch=1qJH24PzAVe8unDpA7Geco2J_kus12izc5Us86rmKve9LE-B8vcb7g==>
* Museum Grants for African American History and Culture<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001cokIFWx3suq2k7U8ILNXD8sL8Q1gh1TCeWYG7guELKdyonnZ2GwylVk2MuM_1vslYhnOwQbHGzavqmRoxvQXFvjwF1i6_vJJNUhY84014gEsNId7gRFmeR-0vkxwU3xum0n6hF3G_h2keuuS9djROC3rqvTeT-AK_2rMqwZ2AtytIH4B_m6N1FfiqjvbMrmsbC68vko-yV9nP8CeSzKH97WWvag2pUvJ4DCgbCfrTJyUd61UZmpMLWyi02zO4kSEwx7S-b2L6cw=&c=4q5XNJO_8uBHf8M6B0IeWnmSYMvvpJ1Nv_q59ktXM4NXDDkC0bKaDg==&ch=1qJH24PzAVe8unDpA7Geco2J_kus12izc5Us86rmKve9LE-B8vcb7g==>
* Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001cokIFWx3suq2k7U8ILNXD8sL8Q1gh1TCeWYG7guELKdyonnZ2GwylVk2MuM_1vsllU_lhu5yUABHUmZfNPuJJ1LduSbuc-97IC0lH8Faeqfz6Q05GWYSI-v9OZ8fxOL9Le4TSOriLNJQXA-9pkeHRY2NlE6cWMwbQdFLSIGpPDhNjyfxX7GW9bNZJcv_MO88a3JO3mTsECp1GWhxD4bot6zZAvAzLOQWrVBfyT_EV-X9sw_N4QTxXjFfOaFJ-KON7PmUVi_3Vsc=&c=4q5XNJO_8uBHf8M6B0IeWnmSYMvvpJ1Nv_q59ktXM4NXDDkC0bKaDg==&ch=1qJH24PzAVe8unDpA7Geco2J_kus12izc5Us86rmKve9LE-B8vcb7g==>
A pre-recorded webinar<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001cokIFWx3suq2k7U8ILNXD8sL8Q1gh1TCeWYG7guELKdyonnZ2GwylQKLWU7Hn3w2Za6HWPb4MRTIEORaV8dmt6LiW9mgQ6ou2K4bmVtPB_zmWyIetJFvcxu1v327LzYjgO7TSvnuNKeDvuDf2PFu2e7n-qNfAhfm3xx7kT-7LrEqAkTsz9L6dMmBHk7iqzJVzV5BWdN047gqxXvZCsvCQ8wLSK8XLcv61wow9pozI_QtPUASwdndp_TfsX3rbyTB&c=4q5XNJO_8uBHf8M6B0IeWnmSYMvvpJ1Nv_q59ktXM4NXDDkC0bKaDg==&ch=1qJH24PzAVe8unDpA7Geco2J_kus12izc5Us86rmKve9LE-B8vcb7g==> detailing important information about museum funding opportunities is accessible online. Potential grant applicants are also invited to participate in one or more of the live pre-application webinars listed below. Click here for instructions on how to join the webinars<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001cokIFWx3suq2k7U8ILNXD8sL8Q1gh1TCeWYG7guELKdyonnZ2GwylWs3LI3E8o04xPc7EGgtfEHw5-obU48bJ2bH5pkDTUYqX-VVZLCGai9zuZf_NLQ1hU97KhKsdzGI25pV_amLO975VBQNm5urVFAeoFrX6KGoCVpk4_6JGsSCKICI5ci85NfOV5Fkat6l&c=4q5XNJO_8uBHf8M6B0IeWnmSYMvvpJ1Nv_q59ktXM4NXDDkC0bKaDg==&ch=1qJH24PzAVe8unDpA7Geco2J_kus12izc5Us86rmKve9LE-B8vcb7g==>.
* Museums for America: Friday, October 14, 3:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
* National Leadership Grants for Museums: Monday, October 17, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT
* Museum Grants for African American History and Culture: Thursday, October 13, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT
* Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services: Thursday, October 6, 3:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
GUIDELINES NOW AVAILABLE FOR OREGON HUMANITIES 2017 PUBLIC PROGRAM GRANTS
Oregon Humanities announces guidelines for 2017 Public Program Grants. Grants between $1,000 and $10,000 will support programs across Oregon that get people together to think and talk about challenging issues and ideas.
The deadline to submit a letter of interest for a 2017 Public Program Grant is October 31, 2016. All applicants are encouraged to read the guidelines<http://oregonhumanities.org/programs/public-program-grants/public-program-grants/82/?utm_source=2017+public+program+grants+apply+now&utm_campaign=2017+PPG+outreach&utm_medium=email> in full before applying. Letters of interest must be submitted using Oregon Humanities' online form<http://oregonhumanities.org/online-forms/view.php?id=30044&utm_source=2017+public+program+grants+apply+now&utm_campaign=2017+PPG+outreach&utm_medium=email>.
There will be a series of webinars to talk about this year's grant guidelines and how to write a strong letter of interest. If you'd like to participate, please register at the links below:
* 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 20<https://oregonhumanities.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?nomenu=true&siteurl=oregonhumanities&service=6&rnd=0.9896474593515308&main_url=https%3A%2F%2Foregonhumanities.webex.com%2Fec3100%2Feventcenter%2Fevent%2FeventAction.do%3FtheAction%3Ddetail%26%26%26EMK%3D4832534b000000025142c07883b50cd998efe08c9ac03980f1605d5004f6e28c616b1e416da49db1%26siteurl%3Doregonhumanities%26confViewID%3D1757297447%26encryptTicket%3DSDJTSwAAAAJli6Uu59L8zNEeMvRbdCAoq_uXCD_FdAscTwZckEPyag2%26>
* 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 28<https://oregonhumanities.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?nomenu=true&siteurl=oregonhumanities&service=6&rnd=0.9682096730867886&main_url=https%3A%2F%2Foregonhumanities.webex.com%2Fec3100%2Feventcenter%2Fevent%2FeventAction.do%3FtheAction%3Ddetail%26%26%26EMK%3D4832534b000000026b4c6ae4c535a0afdc7f4bd3183ea7d7e2c39edd6b36e319167760f096797a6e%26siteurl%3Doregonhumanities%26confViewID%3D1757297746%26encryptTicket%3DSDJTSwAAAAK-0EdrZCFE93pd6qTYVJmzc2aEyki7cAcF5yPNN4WfCw2%26>
For more information, please visit oregonhumanities.org or contact Annie Kaffen at a.kaffen at oregonhumanities.org<mailto:a.kaffen at oregonhumanities.org> or (503) 241-0543.
NEWEST NPS PRESERVATION BRIEF AVAILABLE
Technical Preservation Services has revised and updated Preservation Brief 41, The Seismic Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings. The original brief on this subject was released in 1997. The new Preservation Brief 41 is available to download as a pdf<https://www.nps.gov/tps/how-to-preserve/preservedocs/preservation-briefs/41Preserve-Brief-SeismicRetrofit-508.pdf> or in print from the Government Printing Office<https://www.nps.gov/tps/education/sale-pubs.htm>.
To view all Preservation briefs visit here<https://www.nps.gov/tps/how-to-preserve/briefs.htm>.
HAPPY CANYON PAGEANT AND WILD WEST SHOW DESIGNATED AN OREGON HERITAGE TRADITION
Happy Canyon Pageant and Wild West Show, a community cultural event accompanying the Pendleton Round-Up, marks its 100th year with an Oregon Heritage Tradition designation by the Oregon Heritage Commission.
Other Oregon Heritage Traditions include the Oregon State Fair, the Pendleton Round-Up, the Klamath Basin Potato Festival and the Linn County Pioneer Picnic.
The pageant takes place September 14 through 17 in Pendleton. A banner will presented Friday evening before the show.
“The designation recognizes those traditions that have helped define the state,” said Eric Martin, the commission’s chair. “This event truly celebrates what is local heritage in Oregon.”
This event began as a way to entertain Pendleton Round-Up fans in the evening. It started as just a wild-west show, but in 1916 the show was scripted to include the Tribal portion. The founders portrayed the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla cultures for all the world to see. This show was a distinct opportunity to demonstrate for the non‐Indian audience a way of life they couldn’t learn about anywhere else‐‐with local Tribal people presenting their own culture and history.
The show continues to share the local history and culture with thousands in its performances and through participation in community events throughout the year.
"To receive this designation is such an honor for Happy Canyon." said Happy Canyon President JJ Spriet. "We have to thank the visionaries, Roy Raley and Anna Minthorn Wannassay, who wrote our show, and the thousands of volunteers who have made it happen since 1916." Spriet said.
An Oregon Heritage Tradition must have been in continuous operation for more than 50 years, demonstrate a public profile and reputation that distinguishes it from more routine events, and add to the livability and identity of the state. A list of Tradition designations is available at http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/pages/oht.aspx.
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Oregon Heritage News is a service of Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The news editor can be contacted at heritage.info at oregon.gov<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>
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