Fri05Nov20217:30 pmZoom Presentation
Presented by Bill Jeffway, Executive Director of Dutchess County Historical Society (DCHS), and Melodye Moore, Chair of DCHS Collections
Only Native People themselves can share the perspective, values, and history of their community. But there is a role for the non-native community as well in helping to protect and preserve archaeological sites and ensuring that our history is inclusive of a variety of perspectives. In addition to preservation priorities and methods, we’ll examine iconic examples of the “one story, one truth” model and discuss the tensions that can arise when balancing a wish to unite in a common identity involves the erasure of distinct communities.
On November 5 at 7:30PM, click here to join the ZOOM presentation!
Fri03Dec20216:30 pmCreek Meeting House
Sat04Dec202110AM - 4PMCreek Meeting House
Featuring local crafters selling their handmade wares. CHS volunteers will sell member-donated crafts, seasonal tag sale items, homemade soups, and baked goods. For more information please contact Judith at email@example.com.