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Wed/Thurs/Fri, September 19-21, 2018 The Park Record State history awards announced Winners will be honored during Sept. 28 ceremony Submitted by Utah Department of Heritage & Arts The Utah Division of State History announced its 2018 annual awards. The winners will be honored during the annual Utah History Conference on Sept. 28. • William P. MacKinnon Award: Given to the professional development of a meritorious employee of Utah State History. This year, the MacKinnon award goes to Alycia Rowley, an employee for 18 years. Outstanding Contribution in History Awards These awards are for a lengthy period of excellence, this year given to six individuals: • Kaaron Jorgen: For managing, planning and facilitating one of Utah’s longest functioning and most successful voluntary landuse organizations in Utah, Canyon Country Partners, since 1995. • Robert Voyles: For displaying an unwavering commitment to the collection, preservation, presentation and access to essential military history of our state and the advancement of the Fort Douglas Military Museum for nearly 20 years. • Monte Bona: For being the driving force for historic preservation efforts in Mt. Pleasant and Sanpete County and for spearheading the Heritage Highway 89/Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area effort. Monson Shaver and Tyler Thompson:Manages the Watershed Restoration Initiative for the Utah Department of Natural Resources, which restored more than 785,000 acres of Utah wildland and identified nearly 2,7000 archaeological and historical sites across nearly 250,000 archaeologically-inventoried acres on state and federal lands. • Robert Austin: For leading the effort to revise Utah’s Core Standards for Social Studies. Historical Article Awards • Helen Papanikolas Award: Given to the best college or university student’s paper on the subject of “Women’s History in Utah.” This year’s award goes Continued from C-3 Author will speak Thursday had a wild imagination,” she said. “I think writing was the cheapest option for me to create, because all I needed was a piece of paper and something to write with.” Writing has opened many doors for Sánchez. She is the Local Park City news every Wednesday and Saturday to Kelli Morrill, a Utah State University graduate student, for her article, “From Housewives to Protesters: The Story of Mormons for the ERA.” • LeRoy S. Axland Award: Given to the best Utah history article appearing in a publication other than the Utah Historical Quarterly. This year’s award goes to James R. Swensen for “Reflections in the Water: An Exploration of the Various Uses of C.R. Savage’s 1875 Photograph of the Mass Baptism of the Shivwit,” published in the July 2017 Journal of Mormon History. • Dale L. Morgan Award: Given to the best scholarly article appearing in the Utah Historical Quarterly. This year’s winner is Tonya Reiter for “Redd Slave Histories: Family, Race, and Sex in Pioneer Utah,” published in the Summer 2017 Quarterly. “Redd Slave Histories” rethinks the past by carefully examining John Hardison Redd and his wife Elizabeth who owned a handful of slaves, six of whom emigrated from the South to Utah with the family. • Charles Redd Center for Western Study Award: Given to the best general interest article appearing in the Utah Historical Quarterly. This year’s award winner goes to Larry R. Gerlach for “Appropriation and Accommodation: The University of Utah and the Utes,” a carefully argued history of the university’s use of the Ute name and imagery from the early 20th-century to the present. • Nick Yengich Memorial Editors’ Choice Award: Given to Dale Topham’s “Staking Claims on the Markagunt Plateau: Creation of Cedar Breaks National Monument, 1916-1934,” which illustrates contending ideas about public lands management and use in Progressive Era-Utah. selves, such as slavery, in Utah it became part of the debate about polygamy and more. • Honorary Life Member of the Utah State Historical Society A person who has provided a “distinguished service to the State and the Society,” including service and leadership over a long period of time. This year, Jill Mulvay Derr has been selected. Mulvay Derr was a senior research historian in the Church History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the managing director and associate professor of church history at the Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for Latter-day Saint History at Brigham Young University, and past president of the Mormon History Association. TWO for ONE 7700 Stein Way Park City, UT 84060 Reservations (435) 645-6455 www.steinlodge.com/dining Valid Sunday-Thursday until 9/29/18 for dinner at Glitretind Restaurant only. Cash not accepted. For dine-in only. Buy one entrée, get the second of equal or lesser value for free. 20% gratuity will be added to original amount. Excludes Sunday brunch. Must present coupon. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer, nightly special, or special event. 2018 Utah State Historical Society Fellows • Francis Armstrong Madsen Award: Utah’s highest and most prestigious book award, recognizing the best book in Utah history published during 2017, goes to Brent M. Rogers for “Unpopular Sovereignty: Mormons and the Federal Management of Early Utah Territory.” Rogers places Utah Territory in the arguments about federal authority and local governance at a time when America teetered on the edge of civil war. While the idea that territories could decide some institutions for them- The Utah Division of State History’s most prestigious honor is presented to individuals with long and distinguished careers in scholarly research and writing in, or who have made an extraordinary contribution to, state history, historic preservation or archaeology. Two individuals have been given this honor this year. • Jessie Embry: Few scholars have published more widely in Utah, Mormon and Western history than Embry. The author or editor/co-editor of at least 19 books and 120 articles, she is a pioneer in the field of oral history and in the study of race in Mormonism. As a result of her work, well over 2,000 oral history interview transcripts have been catalogued and made available to researchers. • Dr. Gary Topping: Professor of history (retired) at Salt Lake Community College and the Historian-Archivist of the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Salt Lake City. In his 45 year career, Topping has written some of the most composed biographies of Utah’s most influential historians and respected and enduring interpretations concerning Utah and Western History. The Utah History Conference is is free, including lunch. Please register by the end-of-day Monday, Sept. 24, 2018. RSVPs can be taken at history.utah.gov. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the program begins at 9:00 a.m. at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center, 3100 South 1355 West, in West Valley City. recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship. She was one of four writers invited by the Guild Complex of Chicago to participate in the Kapittel International Festival of Literature and Freedom of Speech in Stavanger, Norway, in 2014. Sánchez was also a sex and love advice columnist for Cosmopolitan for Latinas for three years, and was awarded the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship form the Poetry Foundation. She was also named a 2017-19 Princeton Arts Fellow and currently teaches writing at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. “It’s funny, I struggled a lot as a writer during my 20s and 30s, but I kept doing it because writing was the one thing I loved,” Sánchez said. “I couldn’t have imagined that I would be a New York Times best-selling author, or teaching at an Ivy League University.” Novelist, essayist and poet Erika L. Sánchez, author of “I’m Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter,” will give a presentation and do a book signing from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Park City Library, 1255 Park Ave. The event is free and open to the public. For information, visit www. parkcitylibrary.org. Historical Book Awards C-7 VOTED PARK CITY’S BEST STEAK HOUSE 5 YEARS RUNNING! Discover Park City at: www.ParkCityHomesAndLand.com Patio Dining and Live Music! Come see our fresh new interior! 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