"Geronimo: Warrior for an American Dream" 2/16/2010
The Center for Oklahoma Studies Spring Symposium, “Geronimo: Warrior for an American Dream," will honor the prominent American Indian leader and help separate legend from life. The symposium will feature presentations on various aspects of Geronimo's life and legend. The symposium closes with a public screening of "Geronimo: An American Legend."
Cosponsors are the Center for Oklahoma Studies, the OSU Library, the History Club and Phi Alpha Theta.
- When: Tuesday, February 16
Film- 7 p.m.
- What:The Center for Oklahoma Studies Spring Symposium, “Geronimo: Warrior for an American Dream"
- Who:Free event open to the public
- Where: OSU-Stillwater
Symposium-Peggy V. Helmerich Browsing Room, Edmon Low Library
Film-Room 313, Classroom Building
- Press Release: Geronimo's Life & Legend
- Event Flier
- Event e-Invite
- About the Speakers
- Paul Hutton, Distinguished Professor of History, University of New Mexico & Executive Director of Western Writers of America (see also wikipedia)
- Bob Blackburn, Executive Director, Oklahoma Historical Society
- Rawdon Tomlinson, author of "Geronimo after Kas-ki-yeh"
- George Moses, Professor of History, Oklahoma State University
- About the film: "Geronimo: An American Legend"
- About the Sponsors
Last Updated: 19 January 2010