Museum Assistant [Closed]

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Please note this position has been filled Check out other opportunities at the Woodland Cultural Centre HERE Museum Assistant The Woodland Cultural Centre is seeking a student to assist in the Woodland Cultural Centre’s Museum. Within the Museum program, the Museum Assistant assumes responsibility for assisting with the accessioning, cataloguing, photography, labelling, and inventory of… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick, Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 December 20 – Rick Hill, Archaeological Art of the Ogwehonwe Exhibition Description: Indigenous… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick Lecture: Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 December 20 – Rick Hill: Archaeological Art of the Ogwehonwe Exhibition Description:… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick, Dewar Site December 20 – Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 Exhibition Description: Indigenous people have called North American… Read more »

Lecture Series – Onkwehon:we Matters Archaeology Exhibition

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Lecture Series 7PM: September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology  October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River November 23 – Gary Warrick, Dewar Site December 20 – Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851 Exhibition Description: Indigenous people have called North American… Read more »