Wabanaki Storytelling: History and Lessons with John Bear Mitchell on May 19, 2022

13 May 2022 4:15 PM | Anonymous member

The Skowhegan History House continues its Wabanaki Voices Speaker Series, featuring John Bear Mitchell on May 19, 2022 at 7:00pm.  A citizen of the Penobscot Nation from Indian Island in Maine, John Bear Mitchell is a Lecturer of Wabanaki Studies and Multicultural Studies at the University of Maine in Orono, where he also serves as the Native American Waiver and Educational Program Coordinator. He will speak about “Wabanaki Storytelling: History and Lessons.”

The talk takes place at Tewksbury Hall, located on Weston Avenue behind the Federated Church on the island in Skowhegan. Masks are required for in-person attendees.

This presentation will also be broadcast on Zoom. To register, visit: http://skowheganhistoryhouse.org/speaker-series/

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