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- United States
- South Dakota State Historical Society
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- Public history, historic preservation, architectural history, environmental history, women's history, South Dakota history
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- About Me
Liz Almlie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from Augustana University (Sioux Falls SD) in 2008, and with a Master of Arts in Public History and Certificate in Historical Archaeology & Cultural Resource Management from the University of South Carolina (Columbia) in 2010. She has been a Historic Preservation Specialist with the South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office since March 2011.
- Recent Publications
History in South Dakota. https://historysouthdakota.wordpress.com/, April 22, 2015-present.
“From the Capitol to Main Street: The Landscape of the Woman Suffrage Movement in South Dakota,” South Dakota History 49(4) (December 2019), 257-307.
Introduction, in Robert W. Sebesta, Early Churches in South Dakota: A Lasting Legacy. Pierre: South Dakota Historical Society Press, 2018.
“Continuity & Revitalization: The Possibilities of Historic Preservation.” Architecture SD 6(1) (Summer 2016), 20-23.
“An uneasy fit: History in historic preservation.” History@Work, Public History Commons, NCPH. February 3, 2015. Published online: Tamara Gaskell, Ed. Preserving Places: Reflections on the National Historic Preservation Act at Fifty from The Public Historian, NCPH, October 2016.
“Memories Painted on the Walls: Felix Walking and the Murals of the Old Marty Gym.” South Dakota History 43(4) (Winter 2013).
- Media Coverage
- Country Focus
- United States
- Expertise by Geography
- Expertise by Chronology
- Expertise by Topic
- Art & Architectural History, Environment, Public History, Women