Economic Summit 2017
Economic Forces in U.S. History—Let’s Hear from the People
June 27–29, 2017 Dallas Fed
This program is a collaborative effort of the National Archives and the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta, Dallas, Philadelphia and St. Louis.
Economic forces have shaped the history of the United States from its earliest days. Explore these ideas at the Economic Summit 2017. Examine primary sources with Dr. Charles Flanagan, the Director of Educational Programming for the Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Collaborate with fellow educators and participate in classroom lesson demonstrations. Each day of the conference will focus on a different period of interaction between the government and the economy, as seen in the legislative records, including:
- The Bank Wars—How does government shape the financial system?
- The Great Depression—How does the government respond to financial crisis?
- The Great Society—How does the government shape the economic outcomes of individuals and regions?
- June 27–29, 2017
8 a.m.–3 p.m.
- Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
2200 N. Pearl Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
- Directions and map
- Registration fee: $25
- Register online
Professional Development Credit
- 18 hours