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AUTRY PUBLIC HISTORY PRIZE
Todd Holmes and Emi Kuboyama, “Redress: An Oral History”
2021 | Rapid City Indian Boarding School Lands Project for Rapid City Indian Boarding School Lands Project. Contributors: Eric Zimmer et. al
2019 | Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri for The Pendergast Years: Kansas City in the Jazz Age and Great Depression; Contributors: Jason Roe, David LaCrone; View more here: https://pendergastkc.org/
2018 | Utah Division of State History, Utah State Historical Society, Utah Historical Quarterly, University of Utah, Utah State Capitol Preservation Board for Utah Drawn: an Exhibition of Rare Maps
2017 | Benjamin Johnson, Trinidad Gonzales, Sonia Hernández, John Morán González, Monica Munoz Martiñez at the Bullock Texas State History Museum for the exhibition Refusing to Forget
2016 | Oakland Museum of California for the exhibition Pacific Worlds
2015 | South El Monte Arts Posse for East of East: Mapping Community Narratives, digital archive, Columbia University, 2015. Click here to read more
2014 | Kansas City Public Library for Civil War on the Western Border: The Western-Kansas Conflict, 1854-1865
2012 | Oregon Historical Society for the Oregon Encyclopedia Project
2011 | Ferndale Museum for Letters Home
2010 | American West Center at the University of Utah for the Utah Curriculum Project
2009 | National Oregon/California Trail Center for Big Hill Experience
2008 | Estevan Rael-Galvez for New Mexico Digital History Project. Click here to read more.
THE AUTRY MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN WEST
The Autry Museum of the American West brings together the stories of all peoples of the American West, connecting the past with the present to inspire our shared future. Co-founded in 1988 by Jackie and Gene Autry and Joanne and Monte Hale, the Autry has grown to encompass a broad and inclusive representation of art, artifacts, cultural materials, and library holdings. In 2002, the Autry merged with Women of the West, a nonprofit organization highlighting the impact of diverse women’s experiences on the history of the American West. In 2003, the Autry merged with the Southwest Museum of the American Indian. The Autry's diverse collections include more than 600,000 artifacts, artworks, and archival materials that reflect the interconnectedness of cultures and histories in the American West.