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Exhibit Hall

The OAH Exhibit Hall is an important feature of the Annual Meeting, providing you with access to the newest scholarship (and old favorites!); demonstrating the newest technologies and changing trends; and allowing you to connect with people who can help build your knowledge and skills for your professional profile. The Exhibit Hall is also crucial in maintaining the offerings of the OAH Annual Meeting. Help support the profession by exploring and connecting with the many exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall!


Exhibit Hall Hours
Thursday, April 12 | 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday, April 13 | 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, April 14 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall
Museum Displays
Library Lounge
Meals On-site
Sponsors
Exhibitors
Exhibit Hall Map

Museum Displays

Capital Brew Exhibit
Beer brewing has been a part of Sacramento history since Swiss immigrant John Sutter produced home brew at Sutter’s Fort in the 1840s. By 1849, German immigrants recognized there was money to be made quenching the thirst of the thousands of 49ers arriving daily. The story of the brewing industry and its people is an essential part of the Sacramento’s history.


Reclaiming the Past: The Sitka Project
On November 25, 1847, the “little pony boat,” the Sitka steamed out of San Francisco up the Delta, bound for Sacramento. It was crewed by a multicultural/multinethnic team and captained by William Alexander Leidesdorff, an African-Danish entrepreneur and Mexican land grantee. When the boat arrived in Sacramento six days later, it marked the advent of steam power on the Sacramento River, heralding the day when steamboats would routinely ply the waterways between the Central Valley’s Delta towns and the San Francisco Bay Area. The exhibit displays the history of the Sitka and the project to tell its story in Sacramento and African American history. Historian and California State University, Sacramento, emeritus professor Shirley Ann Wilson Moore, author of the recent Sweet Freedom’s Plains: African Americans on the Overland Trails, 1841–1869 and co-director of the Sitka project will be available at the exhibit.

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Library Lounge

The two main Library Lounge areas (and two smaller seating areas) offer convenient mix-and-mingle spaces in which to relax and catch up with colleagues and friends, meet with publishers, or grab a bite to eat. The lounge also offers recharging stations for electronic devices.

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Meals On-Site

Maximize your time at the conference by visiting the concessions at the Sacramento Convention Center to pick up a coffee, quick snack, or lunch. The Center offers a full-service Starbucks for the duration of the conference, APizza on Thursday and Friday, and concessions will be available by the Exhibit Hall on Saturday.

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Sponsors

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Clio Sponsors

Oxford University Press
With origins dating back to 1478, Oxford
University Press is the world’s largest university press. Our History program spans the academic and higher education spectrum, including books, journals, and online products.
In addition to award-winning and innovative online research products, Oxford publishes a wide array of
scholarly and general interest books to meet all of your research and teaching needs. Taken together, our History program seeks and supports excellence in research, scholarship, and education. Oxford is the proud publisher of the Journal of American History.
Booths 407-413

Bedford/St. Martin's (Macmillan Learning)
At the Bedford/St. Martin's website (macmillanlearning.com/history), you’ll find detailed information about our history books and media,
including complete tables of contents, author bios, reviews, details about supplements and value packages, and more. You can request an exam copy, download free classroom materials, access online instructor resources, and get valuable tools for your first day of class.
Booth 304

   

Steamboat Sponsor

University of Richmond

Raintree Sponsors

Cambridge University Press
C-SPAN

Forrest T. Jones

 

Harvard University Press
Booths 108/110
History Channel
H-net
Booth EL2
Pearson
University of North Carolina Press
Booths 204/206
W. W. Norton
Booths 201/203

Sponsors

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  Cambridge University Press
  Claremont Graduate University
  Columbia University, Department of History
  Coordinating Council for Women in History
  C-SPAN
  Creighton University Department of History
  Forrest T. Jones
  Fr. Henry W. Casper Professorship in History, Creighton University, Department of History
  George Mason University
  H-net
  History Channel
  Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West
  Middle Tennessee State University
  Occidental College
  Oral History Association
  Oxford University Press
  Pearson
  Saint Louis University
  Society for the Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era
  Siena College
  Stanford University, Department of History
  University of Arkansas
  University of California Press
  University of California, Santa Barbara
  University of California, Santa Cruz
  University of Kansas
  University of Massachusetts, Department of History
  University of Mississippi, Department of History
  University of Richmond
  University of Southern California, Department of History
  University of Southern California, Department of American Studies and Ethnicity
  University of Washington, History Department
  W. W. Norton
  Washington State University
  Yale University

ProQuest

Exhibitors

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University of Chicago Press

University of Chicago Press presents BUILDING THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC: A Narrative History of the United States—a free history textbook by Harry L. Watson & Jane Dailey.

408

University of California Press

University of California Press is one of the most forward-thinking scholarly publishers in the nation, influencing public discourse in multiple fields of study.

418

Ingram Academic Services

Ingram Academic Services works alongside communities of higher learning. We’re dedicated to helping academic publishers discover easier ways to disseminate knowledge to a wider audience

 

 

218 Adam Matthew Digital
311 Association Book Exhibit
301 Basic Books
400 Beacon Press
304 Bedford/St. Martin's (Macmillan Learning)
Panel Display BUNK
215/217 Cambridge University Press
104 Clements Center for Southwest Studies- Southern Methodist University
118 Clio
303 Columbia University Press
121 Cooperative Book Exhibit
403 Duke University Press
108/110 Harvard University Press
410 The History Makers
EL2 H-net
418 Ingram Academic Services
205 Johns Hopkins University Press
300/302 Macmillan
307 NYU Press
407-413 Oxford University Press
Panel Display Oral History Association
EL1 Palgrave Macmillan
402 Penguin Random House
Panel Display Pennsylvania Historical Association
202 Princeton University Press
Panel Display Preserving Electronic Government Information (PEGI)
106 ProQuest
319 Readex
105 Rowman & Littlefield / Lexington Books
111 Rutgers University Press
102 Stanford University Press
121 Syracuse University Press
210 Temple University Press
317 University of Georgia Press
113 University of Illinois Press
220 University of Massachusetts Press
107 University of Missouri Press
406 University of Nebraska Press
204/206 University of North Carolina Press
119 University of Notre Dame Press
212 Univeristy of Pennsylvania Press
103 University of Pittsburgh Press
101 Univeristy of Texas Press
219 University of Toronto Press Journals
405 Univeristy of Washington Press
200 University Press of Kansas
114 University of Virginia Press
210 University Press of Mississippi
201/203 W.W. Norton
EL4 Washington Post's Made by History
Panel Western History Association
401 Yale University Press

Exhibit Hall Map

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