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BC-50250-05Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsNew Hampshire Humanities Council1905: America Reinvents Itself7/1/2005 - 11/30/2005$52,780.00Deborah Watrous   New Hampshire Humanities CouncilConcordNH03301-3852USA2005U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership37780150003778015000

To support chautauqua programming, "1905: America Reinvents Itself," in Keene, Portsmouth, Nashua, and Manchester. In addition to the evening presentations, programming will include Young Chautauqua presentations by teen-agers, teacher workshops, breakfast discussion, and musical performances.

The NH Humanities Council (NHHC) will make history come alive during 8 days of Chautauqua in 4 NH regions: Keene (west), Portsmouth (southeast), Nashua (southwest), and Manchester (central). Chautauqua will offer 8 evening presentations by nationally acclaimed scholars assuming personas of historical American figures; 8 Young Chautauqua presentations by teen-aged students who spend 8 weeks studying historical figures and training for public presentation; 2 daylong teacher workshops for K-12 curriculum development; 3 breakfast discussions with Chautauqua scholars; and 8 musical performances.