The Dynamic Relationship between American Indians & the Constructed Wilderness of Yellowstone
Museum of the Rockies, Hager Auditorium
Join Rosemary Sucec, cultural anthropologist with the National Park Service, for a fascinating presentation about a part of Yellowstone's history that is rarely revealed. As the original occupants of what we now know as Yellowstone National Park, American Indians were dispossessed of their aboriginal homeland in the 19th century when the concept of Yellowstone as an "untouched wilderness" was being constructed. Learn who those tribes are, how they lived in what became Yellowstone National Park, and the resource that compelled them to successfully re-engage with the Federal Government in the 20th and 21st centuries - actively restoring their presence in America's first national park.
The cost of this event is: Free and open to the public
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