NEH | Creating Humanities Communities Grant

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES

<NN> Cannery History Project was just awarded an NEH Creating Humanities Grant to revive, reunite and raise awareness for the multi-cultural working community that has existed in canneries throughout the Pacific slope for over a century. Thank you to our project partners, particularly Trident Seafoods, and to NEH for recognizing the significance of cannery work. We are thrilled, honored and excited to help preserve an important part of Alaska history.

 
 
 Historian Bob King, Historian Katie Ringsmuth, Title John Wachtel, Film Maker Sharon Thompson and Second Generation &lt;NN&gt; Cannery Watchman Carvel Zimin on site in the Superintendents White House during the collaborative effort to document the architecture of the campus in preparation for seeking a listing in the National Register of Historic Places.

Historian Bob King, Historian Katie Ringsmuth, Title John Wachtel, Film Maker Sharon Thompson and Second Generation <NN> Cannery Watchman Carvel Zimin on site in the Superintendents White House during the collaborative effort to document the architecture of the campus in preparation for seeking a listing in the National Register of Historic Places.

 
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