Indigenous Lifeways

Tuesday, November 7, 11:10 AM-12:30 PM | Catonsville Campus

Barn (BARN) | Room 005

To celebrate National Native American Heritage Month, Community Book Connection will host a naturalist to present 'Indigenous Lifeways' Maryland has a long history of settlement by indigenous people, from early mammoth hunters to large villages along the Chesapeake Bay and recent migrants to Baltimore. While providing a timeline of these changes, this program focuses on the Eastern Woodland Indians and their adaptations to living in Maryland and use of its natural resources, including looking at recreated artifacts and trying some traditional skills. (20% of the cost of this program will be donated to the Baltimore American Indian Center).

For more information, contact:
Lauren Pollak

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