Samantha Jackson, an sophomore Middle School Education major at Peru State College, is presenting the paper, “JFK: Why ‘Camelot’ Still Resonates” at the 56th Annual Northern Great Plains History Conference in Bismarck, North Dakota on Friday, Oct. 2.

Additionally, Peru State faculty members, Spencer Davis, Sara Crook, and Daniel Holtz, will be presenting “Trails and Tails: An Experiential Learning Model" at the conference. The conference features the research of historians who live and work in the Northern Great Plains, as well as that of other historians, on a variety of topics in local, regional, U.S., Canadian, and world history.