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InSights & InPerson ~ Connections: The Espinosa Brothers’ Petaca—Borderlands History and Conservation

September 2

The Espinosa Brothers’ Petaca (trunk) is currently on display in Borderlands of Southern Colorado exhibit at the History Colorado Center and needs conservation treatment so we can continue to share this great story with future generations.

The Espinosa Brothers’ Petaca (trunk) is currently on display in Borderlands of Southern Colorado exhibit at the History Colorado Center and needs conservation treatment so we can continue to share this great story with future generations.

Join us ONLINE for a dynamic discussion of the Espinosa Brothers and the Borderlands of Southern Colorado and learn about the history surrounding the Petaca and our conservation goals. Speakers include Dr. Nick Saenz (Associate Professor of History-Adams State University), Robert Sanchez (Senior Staff Writer-5280 Magazine), James Peterson (Assistant Curator for Artifacts-History Colorado), and Julie Parker (Parker Art Conservation).

Ticket sales will support the Petaca conservation efforts and long-term preservation. You can donate at www.coloradogives.org/HCConservation

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Date:
September 2
Event Category:

Venue

CO United States

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Primary Category
565
Website 1
https://www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=insights-inperson-connections-the-espinosa-brothers-petacaborderlands-history-and-conservation;instance=20210902190000
Submitter Email
zach.werkowitch@state.co.us
Street
Online Event
City
Denver
Phone/Email
zach.werkowitch@state.co.us
Brief Description
The Espinosa Brothers’ Petaca (trunk) is currently on display in Borderlands of Southern Colorado exhibit at the History Colorado Center and needs conservation treatment so we can continue to share this great story with future generations.