Wabanaki Voices Speaker Series on May 5, 2022 with Darren Ranco: Our Indian Distinction: Wabanaki Diplomacy, Treaties, and Colonial Legacies of the Maine Frontier.

01 May 2022 4:25 PM | Anonymous member

The Skowhegan History House presents the second of the Wabanaki Voices Speaker Series at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, with Darren Ranco at Tewksbury Hall on Weston Avenue, behind the Federated Church on Island Avenue in Skowhegan.  Ranco, a Penobscot Tribal member, is an associate professor of anthropology and coordinator of Native American research at the University of Maine at Orono. He will discuss “Our Indian Distinction: Wabanaki Diplomacy, Treaties, and Colonial Legacies of the Maine Frontier.”

Masks are required for in-person attendees. 

Those who prefer to attend by Zoom can register online here:

https://msad54.maineadulted.org/course/wabanaki-voices-speaker-series/

After registering, a confirmation containing information about joining the meeting will be emailed.  

“Our Indian Distinction: Wabanaki Diplomacy, Treaties, and Colonial Legacies of the Maine Frontier.”

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