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BC-50465-09Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsColorado HumanitiesWe the People: A Colorado Initiative (2009)7/1/2009 - 12/31/2010$115,040.00William Wei   Colorado HumanitiesGreenwood VillageCO80111-2881USA2009Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1050401000010504010000

To support the High Plains and Two Rivers Chautauqua festivals in 2009; the expansion of the 2009 Young Chautauqua program; the Chautauqua Speakers Bureau; the 2010 tour of the traveling exhibition, "Between Fences: Web Resources on Native AmericanTopics;" and grants for programs and research on significant historical and current themes in Colorado and American history and culture.

We the People: A Colorado Initiative (2009) consists of 3 program areas: I. History, II. Education Resources, and III. a Regrant Program. I. With NEH funds, CH will expand History programs, including high quality historical portrayals by scholar/presenters in our High Plains and Two Rivers Chautauqua festivals and Chautauqua Speakers Bureau; increase opportunities for K-12 students to research and present portrayals of historical figures in our Young Chautauqua program; and build capacity of small museums participating in the inaugural Colorado tour of "Between Fences," a Museum on Main Street exhibit. II. We will launch on our website Educational Resources from our Native American Institutes for K-12 teachers. III. Through the Regrants Program, CH will support public humanities programs throughout Colorado.