Third Annual Dearfield Conference
University of Northern Colorado
You are invited to attend the 3rd annual Dearfield conference at UNC. Named after the African American agricultural community founded east of Greeley in 1910, the conference will have presentations of ongoing research, focusing on the early 20th century African-American towns of Dearfield and Chapelton and Dearfield colony, Colorado’s largest African American pioneer farming community, along with related areas of historic research. For a full description of the event click here. For the agenda click here. For further information, contact Dr. George Junne or Dr. Robert Brunswig or phone Dr. Junne at 970-351-2418. The conference is free and open to the public.