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Focus On EMU: Mark Jefferson Versailles Symposium

Oct 12, 2019

Mark Jefferson and his personal notes.
Credit EMU Today

On this week's episode of  "Focus On EMU," host Patrick Campion conversates with Dept. Head of Geography and Geology, Dr. Rick Sambrook, and EMU Archivist Alexis Braun Marks. They discuss the life, career, and legacy of Mark Jefferson ⁠— including his crucial role in the Versailles Peace Conference of 1919, which marked the end of WWI.

Resources:

EMU Today Story

Mark S. W. Jefferson Papers

Geography & Geology

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