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The Story of Akwesasne: The Little Boy

September 5, 2015September 6, 2015

Skilled in traditional oration, Mohawk elder Kay Olan will weave a complex history of Akwesasne reservation and its ever changing relationship with the US and Canada using Salli Benedict's Little Boy Coat as a metaphor. Symbols, culture change, and resiliency are key components of the story. A physical representation of the coat is the centerpiece of the "Buckskin to Bikinis: Haudenosaunee Wearable Art" exhibit and Olan's twice daily presentations are part of the Museum's Labor Day weekend Festival.

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Time: 10:00 am

Contact: Colette Lemmon Phone: (518) 296-8949
Iroquois Indian Museum
324 Caverns Road
Howes Cave, NY 12092
United States
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