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  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Maximizing Site Potential
    Grant Miller
    Day Three
    Presidential Sites Summit
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 17, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The fourth session on March 17 was titled, "Maximizing Site Potential." In this session, representatives from institutions across the nation discussed how they have found success increasing visits from the public and encouraging community participation and awareness. Speakers included Robert McGee, Jamie Bosket, Sara Bon-Harper, Charles Hyde, and Christie Weininger. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.
  • Presidential Sites Summit 2022: Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education
    Grant Miller
    Presidential Sites Summit
    Day Two
    The Adolphus Hotel
    This photograph by Grant Miller was taken on March 16, 2022 at the Presidential Sites Summit. The Summit was hosted by the White House Historical Association and took place in Dallas, Texas from March 15 to March 17. Held every two years, the Summit included attendees from institutions all over the country and from across the spectrum of the historical profession to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. The first session on March 16 was titled, "Sparking Civic Engagement through History Education." The panel was a discussion of how to encourage civic literacy and engagement as a fundamental component of historical and cultural institutions in the United States. The panel discussed the best practices and challenges for providing the public with historical information. Speakers included Stewart McLaurin, Anita McBride, Cathy Gorn, David Bobb, Tim Bailey, and Wendy May-Dreyer. Attendees of the 2022 Presidential Site Summit are welcome to download and use this photo for personal use such as social media. Photography may be used for non-commercial, educational purposes in classrooms or lectures. For press use or inquires, please email press@whha.org. For all other uses or clarification, please email rights@whha.org.