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Wednesday, April 10th, 2019 at 8:41am
Tomorrow at #curl19 we will present #ldnont during the #spanishflu as part of @Moments_Canada national exhibit. @huronatwestern is the only stop for the exhibit in London. It is on until Apr 19! Come visit!
Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 at 2:31am
Check out @Moments_Canada travelling Spanish Flu Pandemic History Commemoration Exhibit in partnership with @HistoryHuron & @tpcanoe Hist2204 course! Part of #CURL19 conference on April 10 @huronatwestern in Great Hall until April 18! #communitypartnership #undergradresearch https://t.co/C0JUa37SrA HistoryHuron photo
Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 at 2:31am
Interested in learning about #SpanishFlu in #cdnhistory? Check out ⁦ @Moments_Canada⁩ exhibit in ⁦⁦ @huronatwestern⁩ Great Hall until Apt 19. Centre panel focuses on #ldnont & produced by ⁦ @HistoryHuron⁩ students. #ResearchLearning https://t.co/Unau6c7RoQ HistoryHuron photo
Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 at 2:31am
Big thank you to @woodlandcc for hosting @HistoryHuron students today as part of our Documenting Early #ResidentialSchools project! A big congratulations to the students on some research presentations! #ResearchLearning https://t.co/5tVOK2myEJ
Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 at 2:30am
Student research investigating daily life at the Mohawk Institute and Shinguwauk Residential School, including archival evidence of health conditions, connections to missions, role of the printing press, staff personalities, all within broad context of 19th c colonialism.