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Native American Continuing Exhibitions
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/exhibitions/native-american-continuing-exhibitions
to understanding the Native people who originally and still call Indiana home—the Miami, Potawatomi, Delaware, map. Website visitors can use the changing map of the Indiana Region to see where Miami and other Native peoples lived from the 1600s to where they live today. Hear Miami speakers say, “Mihtohseenionki, into the region; see and listen to contemporary Miami and Potawatomi people as they discuss treaties
Thanksgiving Weekend
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/festivals-and-events/2017/11/26/default-calendar/thanksgiving-weekend
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend at the Eiteljorg. Meet local artists Katrina Mitten (Miami) and Teresa Webb (Anishinaabe) and hear about Native American cultures through stories and songs, create art, watch demonstrations and see the museum’s annual holiday display, Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure. Cost: Eiteljorg members – Free, Non-members/General Public - Program included with admission to the museum
Thanksgiving Weekend
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/festivals-and-events/2017/11/25/default-calendar/thanksgiving-weekend-2015
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend at the Eiteljorg. Meet local artists Katrina Mitten (Miami) and Teresa Webb (Anishinaabe) and hear about Native American cultures through stories and songs, create art, watch demonstrations and see the museum’s annual holiday display, Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure. Cost: Eiteljorg members – Free, Non-members/General Public - Program included with admission to the museum
Symposium: Water is Life: Conversations about Native Peoples of the Great Lakes
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/calendar/event/2017/09/16/default-calendar/symposium-water-is-life-native-peoples-of-the-great-lakes
, Ph.D. (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), Thomas G. and Susan C. Hoback curator of Native American Art, the Water): The Miami People and Water" Scott Shoemaker, Ph.D. 12:30 - 1:30 p.m
Board of Directors
http://www.eiteljorg.org/about/the-museum/board
James T. Morris Erin Oliver (Miami) George Pappas Todd
Resources
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can use the changing map of the Indiana Region to see where Miami and other Native peoples lived from the 1600s to where they live today. Hear Miami speakers say, “Mihtohseenionki.” See objects similar, to contemporary Miami and Potawatomi people as they discuss treaties and the 19th century removal, Pt. 6 Related History Documents Miami Language Learning Center Miami Greeting Conversation (MP3
Native American
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/collections/native-american
to understanding the Native people who originally and still call Indiana home—the Miami, Potawatomi, Delaware
Eiteljorg Indian Market & Festival Opens at 10 a.m. Saturday
Bread, Miami Acorn Flat Bread and Navajo Fry Bread WHERE: Military Park and Under the Sails
Shop
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about many Indian tribes including the Miami Indians of Indiana. The children’s section offers
Inside Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival: How artists are selected
Eiteljorg festival and market manager, Jaq Nigg, blogs about the selection process for Indian Market and Festival which takes place June 22 and June 23.
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2013/05/27/inside-eiteljorg-indian-market-and-festival-how-artists-are-selected
is the Miami Indians of Indiana. Simply put, organizations like the Eiteljorg have to follow
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