May 23, 1935 – Officials held a drawing on the newly established Matanuska Colony to award the primary 200 tracts to the settlers of this government-sponsored reduction and improvement project. January 10, 1882 – The name of the first post workplace on Gastineau Channel (and today’s state capital) was modified from Harrisburgh to Juneau. January 6, 1874 – The Unalashka submit workplace was established, then discontinued 9 months later. It was reestablish as Ounalaska in 1892 and the name changed to Unalaska in 1898. Tlingit Indian kids enjoying with a toy canoe in Taku Harbor south of Juneau, Alaska, May 25, 1905. Edward M. Kindle Collection, U.S. Geological Survey.
Also introduced Soyinka’s poetry reading the same day. Placed “Four Seasons within the Palouse” video on YouTube, Fall 2006, seen by 129 individuals by 2/3/07, featured as streaming video on the official WSU video website, Experience WSU, Summer 2006. Designed and created sets of tapes and notes covering the history of music from Gregorian Chant to Stravinsky to be used in Humanities programs. Conceived of and supervised creation of a multimedia module on the history of writing in the West, 1994. Selected and annotated the fiction for a display of science fiction within the library atrium during October, 2000. The Tillamook tradition on the time of white contact.