NORTHWEST BOOK TOUR: SOLDIER TO ADVOCATE: C.E.S. WOOD’S 1877 LEGACY
The following list–in reverse chronological order–records public lectures, radio interviews, and television broadcasts featuring George Venn’s work between 11/2006 and 5/2008.
Linn County Historical Society, Albany, Oregon, 5/18/2008
“C.E.S. Wood.” Laurence Cotton and John Degraaf. KCTS, Seattle, Washington, 30 minutes, 5/27/08
Pacific Northwest American Studies Association, Annual Meeting, Walla Walla, Washington, 4/11/08
“C.E.S. Wood.” Laurence Cotton and John Degraaf. Oregon Public Broadcasting (“Oregon Experience.”) 30 minutes, 2/11/08
Columbia Forum, Astoria, Oregon, 11/12/07
Coaster Theater, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 11/11/07
Tamastslikt Cultural Heritage Museum, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation, Pendleton, Oregon, 11/3/07
High Desert Museum, Sagebrush Soldiers Event, Bend, Oregon; two presentations with Stephan Zacharias, Living History Program Actor, as Lt. C.E.S. Wood, 6/9/07
Lewis and Clark State College, Native American Awareness Week, Lewiston, Idaho, 3/15/07
Deschutes Public Library, Deschutes Historical Society, Bend, Oregon, 1/14/07
Van Meter, Mike. “Mike Van Meter Interviews Author George Venn.” KLCC Radio: Northwest Passage, 12 January 2007, at 4:00 and 4:30 pm.
The Book Barn, Bend, Oregon, 1/12/07
Central Oregon Community College Library, Nancy R. Chandler Visiting Scholar Program, Bend, Oregon, 1/11/07
“The Talking Earth.” George Venn’s Soldier to Advocate Interview by Walt Curtis. KBOO Community Radio, Portland, Oregon, 12/11/06.
Eastern Oregon University, Reading Room, Pierce Library, La Grande, Oregon, 12/4/06
Multnomah County Library, Hollywood Branch, Portland, Oregon, 11/11/06
Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission, Native American Center, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, 11/10/06