Public History in Goodland, Kansas

Fall interns Haley, Blake, Michael, Jessica and graduate research assistant Katie examine photographs for a public history exhibit of Goodland, KS.

Fall interns Haley, Blake, Michael, Jessica and graduate research assistant Katie examine photographs for a public history exhibit of Goodland, KS.

Fall interns recently worked with former intern and graduate research assistant Katie Goerl. Katie returned to collaborate with us, helping us to figure out the best presentation of a public history exhibit on Goodland, Kansas. Check our website soon for more about this interesting Kansas Humanities Council Grant. Summer interns Will Lienberger and Jennifer Milnes contributed research and photography for the upcoming October 18 Town Hall Meeting. All told, six undergraduates and two graduate students worked on this project, directed by Dr. Morgan. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more details on the Goodland Project!

Intern Blake makes a suggestion for placement of photos in the exhibit.

Intern Blake makes a suggestion for placement of photos in the exhibit.

Our interns and Katie settle on a method for the best presentation of Jennifer Milnes’ photos capturing Goodland’s identity today as a High Plains county seat.

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