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Archives Department Open House on May 19, 2017.

50 States of Preservation: Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians in Harbor Springs, MI

By Ralph Canevali

This feature is part of a series we call “50 States of Preservation,” in which we are touring small and mid-sized

Drafting class in the Commercial Arts classroom, IAIA.

50 States of Preservation: Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM

By Ralph Canevali

Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Institute of American Indian Arts provides a Native American art and culture-based curriculum to students from across the country.

Interior view of museum with Lorén Spears

50 States of Preservation: Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum in Exeter, Rhode Island

By Leah Weinryb Grohsgal

Two NEH Preservation Assistance Grants help the Tomaquag Museum preserve artifacts of Native history and culture and engage communities across the nation.

Alan Kahan

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Impertinent Questions with Alan Kahan

Tocqueville is still trenchant.

Mohawk woman, eighteenth century

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Madam Sacho: How One Iroquois Woman Survived the American Revolution

General George Washington gave the orders to destroy towns and take prisoners in Sullivan’s Campaign, but her story lives on.

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An American Legend

A biography of Daniel Boone is published 140 years after it was written.

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Tradition Comes to Light in a 20th-Century Space

Long-unseen Native American objects find a refurbished home in Pittsburgh.

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Where Settlers and Sioux Collided

A Montana conference explores the destiny of the West.

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Changing with the Times

From horses to motorcars, an exhibition chronicles cultural change among the Plateau Indians.

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Thaw of the Ice Curtain

Stories from both sides of the Bering Sea come together in a new exhibition.