Monday, November 10, 2008

Native America At The Crossroads: A New Exhibit

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month and explore the multitude of resources available on Native American history by visiting Archives and Special Collections on the second floor of Bracken Library. Native America at the Crossroads: Resources Celebrating Native American Heritage Month will be on display from November 13 through December 31, 2008.

This exhibit is in collaboration with the Anthropology Department, Geospatial Resources & Maps, and Educational Resources. Items featured in the exhibit include maps featuring Delaware settlements along the White River in Indiana and Indians of North America, photographs from the Miami Indian photo collection, documents from the Indian Reserves Collection, historical texts documenting Native Americans in the U.S., a copy of Richard Greene’s booklet on the Delaware Indians in Muncie, a rawhide rattle and peace pipe from Educational Resources, and pottery sherds and arrowheads from the Anthropology Department.

For more information, please contact Lajmar Anderson at, (765) 285-5078.

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