n. (also Western Round-Up and Western Round Up)a joint conference held every five years sponsored by the Conference of Inter-Mountain Archivists, Northwest Archivists, Society of California Archivists, and Society of Rocky Mountain ArchivistsZachary 2005The Western Round-Up Program Committee is pleased to have you join us for an exciting array of speakers, workshops and presentations at the super regional meeting.Daines 2010, 5The Western Roundup 2005 provided an opportunity for archivists from SCA, SRMA, NWA, and CIMA to meet and share their experiences as well as gain valuable ideas about how to do their work—particularly as related to the challenges that archivists face working in the western United States.Western Roundup 2010Please join us for the Western Roundup 2010 super-regional meeting of archivists from across the western U.S.NWA 2011Some presenters at the Western Roundup 2010 meeting were willing to share their presentations via our conference website.SRMA 2015The Western Roundup is a joint conference of the Conference of Inter-Mountain Archivists (CIMA), Northwest Archivists (NWA), Society of California Archivists (SCA), and Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists (SRMA).Daines 2021, 1In the early 21st century the Conference of Intermountain Archivists, the Northwest Archivists, Inc., the Society of California Archivists, and the Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists began to look for ways to strengthen their regional identity and decided to hold a joint annual meeting. The meeting was called the Western Roundup and was held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This gathering is designed to replace the annual conference of these various organizations. The first meeting was held in 2005. Sites have included Las Vegas, Seattle, and Denver. The 2020 version was rebranded as the Western Archivists Meeting (WAM) and scheduled for San Francisco, but it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.