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2019 COH Thank you

We would like to thank our sponsors for helping make this year’s conference a success. See you next year!Link to 2019 photos from Jack & Sharon Larimer ( Vista Historical Society )

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54th Annual Conference

Great Speakers to Share Important “Defining Moments” at our 54th Annual Conference March 29 & 30 We are excited to share with you the names of the historians who will be presenting “Defining Moments” at the 54th Annual Conference on … Continue reading

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“Defining Moments”

Conference Showcases Unique Historic Happenings that Shaped Our Region Register Now ( link to form ) The Congress of History 54th Annual Conference will be March 29 and 30, 2019. Once again, we think we’ve succeeded in gathering the best speakers of … Continue reading

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Coronado Library Meeting

The Congress of History would like to extend many thanks to Christian Esquevin, the Director of the Coronado Public Library, who told us about the library’s special collections. He also showed us many of the beautiful works of art which are … Continue reading

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Request for Speakers

Congress of History of San Diego & Imperial Counties 54th Annual History Conference * Friday, March 29, & Saturday, March 30, 2019 Conference Location: Portuguese Hall, Point Loma, San Diego, CA Final Request for Speakers Thank you to all the … Continue reading

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Thank You

Our thanks go out to Carl Shipek and the Sycuan Cultural Center for hosting our meeting today We will post photos and a recap soon. We would recommend a visit to this wonderful center and take a tour. The July … Continue reading

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The President’s Column

 Dianne Cowen, President Congress of History of San Diego and Imperial Counties e-mail: diannepcowen@gmail.com  Summer musings –– Like some of you, I am an emigrant to California, as our family followed my step-dad west for work. In the first 16 years … Continue reading

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