Contemporary flags contributed by Native American nations, at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum, Ledyard, CT.
Symposium on language, culture, and revitalization, at the American Philosophical Society.
Stretching over 2,500 miles from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River has been called “the Nile of North America.” Like its counterpart in Egypt, the Lower Mississippi Valley is among the richest archaeological regions on the continent. Meg Kassabaum speaks about Mississippi Valley prehistoric earthen mounds, which constitute the oldest and the most elaborate monumental architecture in North America.
Exploring Native American Languages and Design: A New Typeface for the Osage Nation of Oklahoma.