Teachers have new opportunity to learn about Calif. missions

11/9/2012 | Monterey County Herald (Calif.), The

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded California State University Monterey Bay a $170,000 grant to help train teachers in the history of the state's many missions. The grant is part of the NEH's "Landmarks of American History and Culture" program, and is being used to help pay for a university workshop series next summer called, "The Fourteenth Colony: Native Californians, Missions, Presidios and Colonists on the Spanish Frontier, 1769-1848."

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