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Todd Shallat’s Terra Idaho history column: In 1868, a U.S. geography team encountered the magic of the Snake River Basin

Todd Shallat’s Terra Idaho history column: In 1868, a U.S. geography team encountered the magic of the Snake River Basin (Read More) Todd Shallat’s Terra Idaho history column: In 1868, a U.S. geography team encountered the magic of the Snake River Basin

Dr. Todd Shallats column ran in the April 19th Idaho Statesman

A history column written by Todd Shallat, titled “Not every Idahoan mourned Lincoln’s assassination,” ran in the April 19 Idaho Statesman. Shallat noted that some parts of the state were heavily populated with Confederates who had come in droves to … (Read More) Dr. Todd Shallats column ran in the April 19th Idaho Statesman

Shallat has been selected for the grant competition in American Studies.

Todd Shallat Professor in the Department of History and Director of the Center for Idaho History and Politics. The National Endowment for the Humanities has appointed historian Todd Shallat to its Division of Research Programs board of peer reviewers. The reviewers meet … (Read More) Shallat has been selected for the grant competition in American Studies.