Sonderegger Symposium I Audio Transcript
|Title:||Sonderegger Symposium I Audio Transcript.|
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This is a transcript of the audio from the first annual Sonderegger Symposium on the Northern Michigan University Campus in Marquette, Michigan. Part 1: Presenters Tom Friggins, Keith Widder, Paula Stofer, and David Krause field questions from the Symposium Panel. Part 2: Opening remarks by Dr. Terry Seethoff, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences. Presentation by John Anderton on the historic use of fire by local Native Americans and its impact on the environmental landscape. Dr. Keith Widder speaks of the important role of Metis people of the Upper Great Lakes area. Dr. David Krause discusses early mineral exploration of the Upper Peninsula. Judy Demark’s presentation focuses on Finnish immigration in the Marquette Iron Range.
Oral histories (document genres).
Upper Peninsula (Mich.).
Congresses and conventions.
Indians of North America.
Emigration and immigration.
Marquette Iron Range (Mich.).
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|Is Part Of:||3302-01, Northern Michigan University and Area Audio Collection.|