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March 2014 Date: 24 February 2014 *Midwestern History Meeting at MVHA in Omaha, Nebraska* Midwestern History Working Group At 5:30 pm on Friday March 7^th , 2014 in room Council Bluffs B at the Embassy Suites Hotel in the downtown/Old Market area of Omaha a meeting will be held for anyone interested in hearing about or being a part of the Midwestern History Working Group. The MHWG is designed to share information about and to promote collaboration and cooperative research on the history of the American Midwest and, over the long-term, to more formally organize historical research on the region. Any and all are welcome to discuss and/or contribute to MHWG's goals. For more information, see the MHWG's Facebook page, Twitter account, and blog. If you would like to join the MHWG e-mail list or have other questions, send a note to Jon Lauck firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> The meeting of the MHWG will follow the panel discussion about Midwestern history noted below: Panel Discussion: The State of Midwestern History at the 57^th Annual Missouri Valley History Conference Sponsored by the Midwestern History Working Group in Room Council Bluffs B Embassy Suites Downtown/Old Market Omaha, Nebraska March 7, 2014, 3:00-5:00 PM _Commentators_: Catherine Cocks, University of Iowa Press Timothy Mahoney, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Kurt E. Leichtle, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Kenneth H. Wheeler, Reinhardt University John Miller, South Dakota State University, emeritus Mike Allen, University of Washington-Tacoma _Chair_:Jon K. Lauck http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/the-lost-region-toward-a-revival-of-midwestern-history-by-jon-k-lauck/2014/02/05/55e90e08-8a90-11e3-833c-33098f9e5267_story.html --