First Nations: Interacting with Indiana's First People
with Michele Greenan, Director of Archaeology at Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites
Posted Jun 14, 2018
From the Indiana State Museum, Director of Archaeology Michele Greenan walks through the new, permanent gallery focusing on Indiana's founding people. Within the gallery, Michele highlights the interactive elements that allow visitors to see how these nations built vibrant communities focused around many aspects that still cement cultures today: games, food and traditions passed down through generations.
Hosted by: Taylor Bennett Produced by: Heartland Newsmakers Team

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