Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Fellowship at the Center for Columbia River History

Here is an exciting announcement from the Center for Columbia River History: "The Center for Columbia River History announces the James B. Castles Fellowship to support original scholarly research that contributes to public understanding of the history of the Columbia River Basin. The $3,000 Fellowship is open to graduate students, professional historians and independent scholars. CCRH encourages proposals from diverse historical perspectives, including social, ethnic, political, cultural and environmental studies."

The deadline for applications is June 1, 2010--follow the link for more information.

[Image: "Beach seining salmon, Sand Island, Columbia River, Oregon," (1897) Washington State Archives, Digital Archives item # AR-07809001-ph001915.]

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