|"Road" by Susanne Nilsson is licensed under CC BY 2.0|
|Millie, Act II, Scenes iv-viii|
by Darrin J. Pufall
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The Bosnian and Herzegovinian Cultural Center of Idaho received a grant from The Idaho State Historical Society to create a traveling museum of Bosnian and Herzegovinian history. Boise State Service Learning students worked together with the members of the Cultural Center to find ways to present the history in visually appealing posters. This project is only one of its kind that showcases the tradition and heritage that Bosnian refugees brought to the state. Idaho has been influenced by waves of immigrants, each contributing in some way to the history of the state. Bosnians are a modern day example of how history develops in Idaho, and this traveling history museum will help to preserve the rich Bosnian heritage brought to the American melting pot of cultures.
|From 'Travel Training" page at Valley Ride|
|Service-Learning students, Chunkit Li, Boise Urban Garden School, |
Franklin Rd, Photo by Patrick Sweeney
And from said lovely spot you can gaze at the #AlbertsonsLibrary & be glad you're outside enjoying the #sun. #BoiseState ^MCA photo posted by Albertsons Library (@albertsonslibrary) on
|"OPEN 24 HRS" by Tom Magliery is licensed under CC BY 2.0|
|This image is from a poster in the library’s Curriculum Resource Center |
collection and available for check out.