November 5, 2022
These popular Humboldt County Historical Society Lectures happen monthly, via Zoom. Sign up ahead of time to get your Zoom invitation and be ready to go on Saturday!
Free, sponsored by the Humboldt County Historical Society.
2:30 PM Historical Lecture, A Brief Ethnohistory of the Mattole. Jamie Roscoe (Zoom)
Saturday, November 5, 2022
Mattole Valley Historical Society board member, local historian and archaeologist Jamie Roscoe presents 'A Brief Ethnohistory of the Mattole'. Hear how his understanding has broadened and deepened over time since his first 1985 writing on this subject. Working closely with representatives of the local tribes, he has completed cultural resource management investigations on over 600 project areas in Humboldt County and Northern California.
Humboldt County Historical Society Library Lectures
First Saturday of Every Month
A Brief Ethnohistory of the Mattole
The presentation is by HCHS past president, archaeologist and lecturer at Cal Poly Humboldt and College of the Redwoods, Jamie Roscoe.
Roscoe founded the Cultural Resources Facility at HSU which provides assistance to state, federal and local agencies, tribes and private entities on a variety of cultural resource investigations. Mr. Roscoe is a past president of the Humboldt County Historical Society and a Board member of the Mattole Valley Historical Society.
Now Meeting Via Zoom. Sign up to get your invitation!
If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, there are a few useful videos created by the HSU Library to help you out: