Oct 21 2020
Sites of Refuge and Resilience: Anishinaabe Loggin...

Sites of Refuge and Resilience: Anishinaabe Loggin...

Presented by Marquette Regional History Center at Marquette Regional History Center

Sites of Refuge and Resilience: Anishinaabe Logging Settlements

Wednesday, October 21, 7:00 p.m. - Live online presentation

Eric Drake, PhD, Heritage Program Manager of the Hiawatha National Forest,
will present his talk: Working to Stay Together in Forsaken Out of the Way Places:”  Investigating Anishinaabe Logging Settlements as Sites of Social Refuge and Resilience. In his presentation Drake will discuss stories of some of Michigan’s oldest Native American tribes. Learn about Anishinaabe labor in the logging industries of the central Upper Peninsula and the history of the Nahma Indian community in Delta County, through Eric Drake’s archaeological investigation of Native American logging camps as sites of social refuge. This live online slide presentation will include time for questions. $5 donation to the History Center to join this program.
Register ahead for the online program: Go to marquettehistory.org/things-to-do to join the program.
This program is supported in part by the Community Foundation of Marquette County.

Dates & Times

2020/10/21 - 2020/10/21

Location Info

Marquette Regional History Center

145 W. Spring St., Marquette, MI 49855

Parking Info

Ample parking around building and public parking, within walking distance of facility.