Revisiting Indiantown

STOCKBRIDGE MOHICAN HISTORY SEMINAR

Saturday May 5th | 9:00am - 5:00pm

Stockbridge Town Hall Gymnasium

50 Main Street, Stockbridge, Mass. 

UPDATE: Unfortunately, pre-registration is now FULL. 
However, there are still many ways to participate, as detailed in red


AGENDA

Doors open at 8:00 A.M. Seating guaranteed for pre-registrants.

* Additional seating will be available for walk-ins on first-come basis.

9:00 AM       Opening & Presentation of the Colors

9:30 AM       Revisting the "Indiantown Experiment" 

10:30 AM     Words of Our Ancestors


11:00 AM     We've Always Returned

11:30 AM     Keynote Speaker: President Shannon Holsey

*Look for an upcoming broadcast of these presentations on Community Television for the Southern Berkshires (CTSB-TV)

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM   INFO & VENDOR FAIR  Open to all in the Stockbridge Town Hall Gym

         Visit archeological displays from area Mohican sites, community items for sale

         View the one-of-a-kind 1750 Stockbridge Mohican bow, found in a home in Stockbridge & being returned

*Lunch is provided for pre-registrants only*
 

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM   CULTURAL DEMONSTRATIONS 

*Full & available only for pre-registrants: Language, Medicine, and Beadwork special demonstrations
 

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM  FOOTPRINTS OF OUR ANCESTORS MAIN STREET WALKING TOUR

         The Walking Tour is Self-Guided, open to the public, & will be available from 9AM-5PM

         Stop 1 will be the event venue, the Stockbridge Town Hall at 50 Main Street. Signs with descriptions will direct you to each stop. Go at your own pace.

 The length is approximately 1 mile.
 

Guides will be posted along the route & special exhibits (open to all) will be open from 2:00-5:00PM at:

          John Sergeant Mission House (19 Main St) will offer a first look at the renovated exhibit on the tribe and be open for free tours!
 

     Stockbridge Library Museum & Archives (46 Main St) will have several vital historic documents from the 1700s available for viewing, and tribal elder Woody Davids will share memories of his family trip to Stockbridge in the 1950s 

Contact bonney.hartley@mohican-nsn.gov with questions