Southwest Seminars Native Culture Matters Lecture Series: Ancient Pathways To Highways: El Morro National Monument

Jeremiah Maybee B.A. (N.Arapaho/Seneca), park ranger (interpretation) at El Morro National Monument and naturalist

Event

Monday, October 10, 2016, 6:00 pm, Southwest Seminars (SWS), Hotel Santa Fe, Admission to all seminars is by subscription or $12 at the door.

The School for Advanced Research (SAR) is pleased to announce that Southwest Seminars Native Culture Matters Lecture Series is dedicated to and honors the Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) at SAR. In this lecture, Jeremiah Maybee B.A. (N.Arapaho/Seneca), park ranger (interpretation) at El Morro National Monument and naturalist will discuss Ancient Pathways To Highways: El Morro National Monument. He has had the unique opportunity to learn different ways people have used nature to survive in the Southwest and will share knowledge of many cultures from the 16th -19th centuries who have had interactions, both positive and negative, with indigenous communities in western New Mexico and the routes they used to travel through the medium of historical story-telling.

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